Panopto is a video content management platform
used to manage, live-stream, record and share video.

Panopto makes it easy to manage video assets, integrate video into your course, capture lectures, record flipped classroom videos, and more.

CFC Open Training Sessions

In order to practice social distancing and safety precautions, the CFC will be operating by appointment only. No walk-in hours will be available until further notice. We are here to partner with you, help answer your questions and find solutions that will work in this...

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Upcoming Panopto Summer 2020 Update

(Source: https://community.panopto.com/discussion/482/summer-service-update-2020-06-27) Recently Released features New Mobile apps — Earlier this month, we released completely new apps for iOS and Android, giving users a modern, fast, and intuitive way to discover and...

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Upcoming Panopto 2020 Update

(Source: https://support.panopto.com/s/article/Panopto8-Release-Notes)   Headline features Embed player options — Users will be able to customize the size of an embedded video, set options like autoplay or start time, and modify the embed’s interactivity level, all...

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Panopto 7 Release Notes

(Source: https://support.panopto.com/s/topic/0TO39000000EowCGAS/release-notes)   Headline features New mobile and embedded video player — A rich video consumption experience on mobile devices and embedded videos, enabling users to access the table of contents, search...

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Sharing a folder or video in Panopto

Find the folder you would like to share and hover over it, then click the option that says Share. Now you will see the share dialogue. If this is a sub-folder, you will see "Inherit permissions from parent folder: Parent Folder Name". If this is a top level folder,...

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Merging Sessions in Panopto

(Source: https://spotlight.panopto.com/) Panopto allows you to merge any two sessions together. This is often necessary when recordings are made using two different computers to capture audio, video, powerpoint and screen capture, but the recordings are...

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Using additional monitors to record in Panopto

How to install an additional monitor: To add a second monitor to your computer, you'll need to make sure that you either have a video card that supports multiple monitors, or that your computer has more than one video card. Once you have made sure that...

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Equipment recommended by Panopto

Cameras 1.1 HDMI Connection All cameras that output an HDMI stream can be captured by Panopto when using a capture card. Below are examples of different cameras that have been used with Panopto. Video Cameras - point-and-shoot  Canon VIXIA HF R600 Sony HDR-PJ540 DSLR...

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Students Using Panopto

Panopto is primarily a way for faculty to share content with students, but, many faculty are finding success in also using it as a way for students to submit video content for your course. You will need to enable Panopto in the course.  You will need to go to the...

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