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Getting Started with Echo360 for Lecture Capture

How to get started using Echo360:

  1. Create an Echo360 account and select the course sections for which you want to create recordings.
    • Log in to the Echo Account/Course Request Form using your CSU eID username and password.
    • Select the course sections and options you want.
      • Canvas Integration:
        • After your Echo360 course is created, be sure to link your Echo360 course to your Canvas course.
      • Lecture Capture Rooms:
        • If your course will be taught in one of these rooms, select the room from the Classroom drop-down menu to request scheduled recordings.
      • Other Instructions:
        • Other Contributors: If you are the primary instructor of the section, list the names of others who will contribute Echo content and their roles (if applicable).
        • Otherwise, list your role, the primary instructor's name, course name, course number, and section number.
        • Unlisted Courses: To add an unlisted course (such as a non-credit course), provide the course name, course number, and section number.
    • Click on Submit.
      • Your Echo360 account will be created automatically, if needed.
      • Within two business days, your class(es) will be scheduled to automatically record (if applicable).
      • You will receive a confirmation email when your request has been fulfilled. Additional instructions in this confirmation email will include how to link your Echo360 course to Canvas, room specific microphone/camera instructions, how to get help with Echo360 related questions, Echo360 Personal Capture (PCap) instructions, etc.
  2. If you would like to create Echo360 Personal Captures (PCaps),
  3. Access and manage your recordings.
    • Log in to Echo360 with your CSU eID username and password.
    • Your available recordings will be listed under the "Library" tab.
  4. To cancel a scheduled recording, use the Cancel a Scheduled Recording email link.
  5. To request a special (non-scheduled, additional) recording, use the Request a Special Recording email link.

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