V4.1.2 Maintenance Release
The Camtasia Relay recorder will capture system audio on a PC, as well as microphone inputs during a recording. This allows you to easily record the audio from other videos that you may use during your presentation, such as a YouTube video.
The Camtasia Relay server was updated to accommodate the Mac OS X 10.8, Mountain Lion, recorder.
Students now have access to Camtasia Relay!
Camtasia Relay 4 is here!
Important: Update your Relay recorder!
See What’s New in Camtasia Relay 4!
With the newest version of Camtasia Relay, you’ll get webcam input, direct publishing to YouTube, and updated caption editing capabilities.
View Video Tutorials on What’s New
Add yourself to your presentation! Now you can simultaneously record webcam video and screen video during your presentations and let your audience see you, hear you, and watch you present as if they were there.
Note: Webcam Support currently works with Flash and Silverlight encodings only.
Publish to YouTube
Send your presentation straight to your YouTube channel with just a click. The new YouTube publishing destination in Camtasia Relay makes it easy.
Global Caption Editor
As a presenter, you can hand over the caption editing responsibility to an assistant, an intern, or anyone else you’d like. With the new global caption editor, anyone can fix the captions for any presentation.
Camtasia Relay’s mobile app for users on-the-go! Designed for use with Camtasia Relay 3.1 or later, TechSmith Fuse® allows you to record camera video with your Apple device – anytime, anywhere – just as easy as the Camtasia Relay recorder on your desktop.
Why Use Camtasia Relay?
Algonquin Replay is a service provided by Information Technology Services & Learning and Teaching Services to facilitate the recording and hosting of classes, presentations, discussions or instructional vignettes using TechSmith’s Camtasia Relay.
Students can download recorded lectures as part of their learning activity and review class material to help them understand concepts they find difficult. They can stop and start presentations, clarifying their notes as the lesson unfolds (accommodating different learning styles and speeds).
Lecture capture is also an excellent way to deliver one-time talks presented by guest speakers or special presentations that students can review on demand.
Content or Demo capture is a great way to provide students with quick content references.
Personalized Marking – you can send each student a voice recording assessment of their test/assignment. You can have the assignment on screen and critique it with a voice over instead of a written reply.
Algonquin Replay is designed for Algonquin College faculty, teaching assistants, and staff to capture instructional or work-related materials for colleagues or students.
With Camtasia Relay, you can capture and publish your lecture or presentation anytime, anywhere — in the classroom, in the conference room, at your desk, or at home.
Camtasia Relay supports a wide variety of video formats allowing any lecture or presentation to be viewed by your audience on multiple playback devices including portable media devices such as the Apple iPod and via iTunes U.
There are two parts to Camtasia Relay – the recorder, which runs on your computer, and the server which processes and publishes all presentations. Watch a short overview video on the TechSmith website.
Click on the following links to get started.
Camtasia Relay Recorder – http://relay.algonquincollege.com
Replay Directory – https://replay.algonquincollege.com/Manager/Login.aspx