- The colour and state of the lights indicate the status of Lecturecast recording in that room. - This means that staff and students in the space are more easily aware that they are being recorded, and staff can signal any potential issues with recording faster.
- The lights can be used to pause and resume a recording during a lecture. - Many Lecturecast users have found they need to edit their recordings to remove conversations had during breaks. Pausing the recording during the break offers an alternative to this, meaning editing may no longer be required.
1. What do the colours indicate?
|SOLID GREEN||SOLID RED||FLASHING YELLOW|
|Stand-by state/ No scheduled recording taking place||Recording||Paused|
Error / Disconnected
|The Lecturecast recording device is idle and ready to begin recording||The Lecturecast recording device is recording||The recording has been paused||The Lecturecast recording device is faulty/disconnected|