To be able to record as many requests as possible, we made a priority protocol for recordings:
- Has the lecture been recorded in the last two years?
If not, your request has priority
- How many recordings are being requested by your faculty?
We try to find a balance between faculty requests
- How many lectures per week?
For example: can we record your course when it is offered once a week? Can we record your course when it is offered three time a week?
- Is the location of the requested recording reachable for our recording trolley?
- Did we receive the recording request before the deadline for the upcoming lecture period?
For each lecture period, we have set a date before which requests should be made. After this date, there will be limited options to make recording possible. Exceptions can be made for lecture halls where Collegerama has fixed recorders in place. Recordings which require student operators and mobile recording equipment depend on the availability of said assets.
Using this priority protocol, we hope we can facilitate as many requests as possible.
|Collegerama support during lecture/recording||Meaningfull recording|
|Collegerama – lecture recording/livestream with operator in lecture hall||Yes||Yes (lecturer, slides (and Smartboard if applicable) are captured in dual/triple video)|
|Collegerama – automated lecture recording (fixed recorder, running on schedule)||No, although Collegerama staff can be contacted if necessary||Yes, see notion above|
|Collegerama – recording of lecture which uses Teams/Zoom only||No, lecturer is responsible for Teams/Zoom session||No, please record directly in Teams/Zoom. You can upload the video to Collegerama|
|Collegerama – livestream combined with Teams/Zoom||Yes, but only for recording and livestream on Collegerama platform. We do not provide support for Teams/Zoom session.||No, see notion above|
|Overflowroom directly via Lecture hall||No, via FM||No|
|Overflowroom via Collegerama||No, we only support the recording in the main hall. The teacher/TA is responsible for starting the link for the livestream in ‘slave’ room. Problems in the slave room will have to be solved by FM.||Yes|
|DoItYourself recording||No||You can always send us your own recordings using Surffilesender; we will upload (within 1 workday) these recordings into the specified lecture folder in Collegerama.|
|Start request from…||Start global planning||Latest options for addition to planning **||Appearance processed **|
|Period 1||July 2023||14 August 2023|
|25 August 2023|
|WED 30 August 2023|
|Period 2||September 2023||09 October 2023|
|23 October 2023|
|WED 08 November 2023|
|Period 3||December 2023||08 January 2024|
|30 January 2024|
|WED 07 February 2024|
|Period 4||February 2023|| 18 March 2024|
|08 April 2024|
|WED 17 April 2024|
Last Modified: 5 June 2023
1) Data is retrieved from the TU Delft MyTimetable. If it is not yet available there, it cannot be requested yet. You can contact the scheduler for this.
**) It is always possible to make a request after the period. We will look at what is still possible on the basis of request after the date provided. This has to do with possible logistical and personnel deployment.
In the article below from the supplier you can find which video formats can be uploaded.
For fast processing, an .mp4; H264 the fastest option without the video yet to be transcoded.
We assume that the recording recorder can use a fixed network connection (wifi is not possible) in the lecture hall. If this is present, the recording will be online within 20 minutes after the lecture.
No fixed network during the lecture? The lectures will then be online within 2 working days. The recorder will then have to be connected to a different location to upload the recording. We try to implement this as soon as possible.
Between the main hall and the viewer there is a delay of about 30 seconds.
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
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.