It is NOT possible to download a recording
Collegerama records lectures with a double video stream; which makes a fairly strong internet connection essential. We are not recording on high resolutions but already our stream is significant. Lowering resolutions to enable smooth playback on poor wifi is no option for us; slides would become unreadable as well as handwriting on black/whiteboards.
Collegerama uses an editor which can shorten video’s or remove specific parts. The editor keeps both streams (or sometimes even three streams) in sync with each other. If a lecturer specifies which part needs to be cut out, we will do so. This editor can not be used by students however.
It is possible to “embed” the recordings of Collegerama on a website page or
Once you have your video files ready, you can embed them on a webpage. Notice that you can also insert videos from Kaltura, YouTube, Vimeo, etc.
<iframe src=”PASTE HERE YOUR COLLEGERAMA URL” width=”100%” height=”500″ frameborder=”0″ marginwidth=”0″ marginheight=”0″ scrolling=”auto” allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen”></iframe>
To embed via Brightspace, click on the button below.
It is possible to edit a recording of Collegerama. Editing of the recordings is only possible with the corresponding editor of the supplier. This has to do with the different inputs (camera, presentation, smartboard, audio) that must continue to run sync and so you can choose in the player which input you want to view large / small.
The following is possible:
– Trim front / back
– Remove small part
– Extract small part of presentation and upload again to new link
1) Adjustment Collegerama support
It is therefore necessary:
– Right link
– Right times
– What needs to be done
2) Adjust yourself as a teacher
For this we need to set some extra rights that make it possible. After that it is possible to make the adjustment in the online editor.
In both cases, please contact us via our contact form
Update: 2 April:
The new education period 4 starts on April 20, 2020. At this moment we are preparing how we will work this period. On April 7, 2020, we will send all course managers (who are known via Brightspace) an email about the possibilities we can offer.
Because there is no official announcement yet for the upcoming teaching period 4, we request that you still apply for the application in the normal way. If other reports are made public in the coming weeks, we will review our working method.
An annotation is similar to a comment in that it allows for conversation and discussion regarding a video presentation. However, it differs in the fact that it is tied directly to the timeline of the video.
This function is included in all recorded presentations from academic year 2019-2020.
If you are interested in enabling this on older recordings, please let us know via our contact form.
The annotations are not private. Annotations are visible to logged in persons who view a presentation.
Copy the url and paste one of the commands seen below directly behind the url. You can choose a starting point at a specific time. You can also add a duration (the playback will stop after a chosen lenght of time)
NOTE: Use milliseconds
- Playback starting point
- URL -> ?playFrom=MILLISECONDE
- Playback Starting point + Duration
- URL -> ?playFrom=MILLISECONDE&duration=MILLISECONDE
It is possible to place in-video questions in a recorded presentation. It is also possible to use math formulas (latex). They are always closed questions (multiple choice single answer or multiple answer) that can be used.
This currently requires special permissions. You can contact us about this via the contact form.
Because we now facilitate our service in a centralized manner, we have set up a number of rooms on campus. This means that we do not have to cross the entire campus with all our systems. It is now also not possible to provide education in all rooms and buildings are also closed. We also still use ordinary personnel (SA’s) to facilitate the admissions.
In the planning application it is not possible to adjust the location of the lecture and we do not want to put this work down with the faculty-schedulers to have it all changed. We also expect that not all applications will go through. We have also adjusted the times because lectures now simply take longer with admission without students and in order to facilitate more. We already noticed that 80% is being canceled and have therefore opted for this service. It is as required by the protocol to have as few personnel as possible. It would be a shame if we let staff come continuously, without a lecture taking place.