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What is Universal Capture Personal?

Universal Capture Personal is a stand-alone application which can be used to create recordings (captures). Recordings can include slides (or what you choose to show on your computer screen), video of the presenter and audio. You can create as many Universal Capture Personal recordings as you wish, edit these recordings and share only those recordings you choose to make available. Shared recordings can then be accessed by students via Moodle and viewed both before and after class. Please visit the Universal Capture Personal Demo page to find more information on Universal Capture.

Universal Capture Personal is intended for use by Academic Staff only, and is suitable for use on Windows and Mac devices. For more information on system specifications/requirements, refer to Universal Capture Personal Specifications webpage.

 (warning) Universal Capture Personal replaced Personal Capture in September 2019. Recordings made in the previous Personal capture versions cannot be published to Lecturecast. Please ensure that you are using the latest version of Universal Capture Personal.

How to use Universal Capture Personal

  1. Download Universal Capture Personal software
  2. Log into Universal Capture Personal
  3. Create a Universal Capture Personal recording
  4. Edit a Universal Capture Personal recording
  5. Publish a Universal Capture Personal recording from your Library/My Content
  6. Create a Link to a Lecturecast Section in a Moodle course

Help and Support

Central support for Universal Capture Personal software does not include troubleshooting issues on local devices on which the software is installed. It is the responsibility of end users and/or their local IT advisers to ensure that the devices onto which Universal Capture Personal software is installed are suitable. We recommend full end-to-end testing including recording, editing, and publishing to ensure a particular set-up is working as expected.

In addition to the resources available via this Wiki, further help is available via Echo Resource Center Universal Capture Personal.

For system requirements and supported devices refer to Echo Resource Center Universal Capture Personal System requirements.

For additional help and support, please email lecturecast@ucl.ac.uk

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