RECORDING

3.5

Uploading Media

If you have an existing video on your computer that you would like to share via Panopto, you can upload it to ADAM as explained below.

Upload Media to Panopto via ADAM

If you have already set up a Panopto Object in ADAM, you can jump straight to step 6 in these instructions.

  1. Log in to ADAM with your SWITCH edu-ID.
  2. Open the folder assigned to your lecture or seminar; you will find it in your ADAM workspace. If applicable, open the subfolder where you (and your students) will later want to access the lecture.
  3. Click on the button “Add New Object” at the top right.
  4. A drop-down panel will open up. Under the heading “Other”, click on “Panopto Video”.
  5. You are about to create a new Panopto Object (= that’s the folder where you will later find your video). Give your folder a title and, optionally, a description. Make sure to choose a title that is unique and readily identifiable, so that you can find it easily later on (for example “Lecture on Behavioral Psychology”). You could also use the course number, date or, for example, the topic of the lecture series. Then click on “Erstellen / Create”.
  6. You are now in the folder that you just created. Click on the button “Erstellen / Create”…
    … and in the drop-down menu, choose “Medien hochladen / Upload media”.
  7. A window will open and you will see the folder where the file will be saved (1). (If required, you can choose another folder here.)
    You can either “Drag and Drop” the media file that you want to share into the area marked by (2), or you can click on the area and select your media file with the file manager.
    The file will then be uploaded. Once the process is complete, a green check mark will appear next to the file name.

    The file is now stored in the folder you specified. You can now close the file upload window.

Upload media directly to Panopto

  1. Log in to Panopto with your Unibas username (= Email address) and password.
  2. Click on the button “Erstellen / Create”…
    … and in the drop-down menu, choose “Medien hochladen / Upload media”.
  3. A window will open and you will see the folder where the file will be saved (1). (If required, you can choose another folder here.)
    You can either “Drag and Drop” the media file that you want to share into the area marked by (2), or you can click on the area and select your media file with the file manager.
    The file will then be uploaded. Once the process is complete, a green check mark will appear next to the file name.

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