Easily create and deliver a class audio/video recording in a digital format.
Camtasia Relay can be used anytime and anywhere using your computer or mobile device.
Camtasia Relay is a screen recording solution that allows you to easily record and share presentations, lectures, meetings, and mobile video from virtually anywhere. All current University students, staff, and faculty can immediately download and use Camtasia Relay using your U of M x.500 name and password. Visit Log in or Download Camtasia 4.3.1 (also found in the Quick Links section on this page).
YouTube is our preferred storage setting for Camtasia Relay videos. Therefore, Camtasia Relay’s default setting enables all users to immediately publish video to YouTube via U of M Google Apps.
If you have not yet signed into your U of M YouTube account, you will need to do so first. Instructions are provided here. Note that YouTube’s initial video length is set for a 15 minute maximum, but you can easily increase your limit. Directions on how to do this are found here.
For instructions on how to create your YouTube account in Camtasia Relay, please watch the Camtasia Relay 4:Publishing to YouTube video found on this page.
Publishing to YouTube eliminates the need for new users to wait for an administrator to create an account, but some may still need to use the U of M’s Media Mill and Media Magnet video storage solution. If you would like more info about Media Mill or Media Magnet, please visit this web page.
YouTube is a Google+ application; users, even within the University of Minnesota, must abide by Google's user agreement. You retain ownership of any intellectual property rights that you hold in that content. In short, what belongs to you stays yours. However, by using the service, you agree to a worldwide license that enables Google to use, host, store, reproduce, modify and create derivative works and distribute that content for the purpose of operating, promoting, and improving their service.
You are strongly encouraged to read Google's full Policies & Principles.
This service offering is part of our Academic Technology Spaces services.