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Introduction

Recording indicator lights have been mounted on the podium desk of a number of Lecturecast enabled teaching spaces.

The lights indicate the status of the Lecturecast recording.

In addition to indicating the status of the recording, the lights can be used to pause and resume a recording during a lecture. 
Many Lecturecast users need to edit their recordings to remove conversations had during breaks so having these lights may
remove the need to do this.

In this guide:

1. What do the colours indicate?
2. Pausing/Resuming a recording
3. Reporting a fault with your recording

1. What do the colours indicate?

  SOLID GREEN

  SOLID RED

  FLASHING YELLOW

  FLASHING RED

There is no scheduled recording taking place/Stand-By

  Recording

  Paused

 Faulted/Disconnected

The Lecturecast unit is idle and ready to begin recording

The Lecturecast unit is recording

The recording is paused

The Lecturecast unit is faulty/disconnected

2. Pause/resume a recording

2.1 Press down gently on the Delcom light for roughly one second to change the light from red to flashing yellow.

While the light is flashing yellow your lecture recording will be paused and nothing will be recorded.

2.2 Press down gently on the light again to resume recording. The light should change from flashing yellow to red, providing
the scheduled end time of the recording has not been reached. 


3. Report a fault with your recording

If you have a scheduled recording and the Delcom light is flashing red, it indicates there is a technical fault with the system and
your session is not being recorded.

Please called the Service Desk on the handset on the Podium (extension x25000) and ask to speak to the Digital Education team.

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