SBCapture Sign Up

You must fill this form if you want to record your lectures in rooms that have Echo360 (SBCapture) installed.

SBCapture is available in: Javits 100, 101, 102, 103, 110, 111 (no video camera in 111), ESS 001, Humanities 1003, 1006, Melville Library W4530, W4540, Duke Hall (Southampton), various rooms in Frey Hall and Lecture Hall 3,4 & 5 (HSC).

Update: 2/13/17: Frey 224's applicance is currently out of service


Please view this link to see an example:
http://echoserver.sinc.stonybrook.edu:8080/ess/echo/presentation/9a86237f-ee4e-4590-ab2a-2cc3e95eaf1a


SBCapture provides for the automatic capture of lecture content including audio, screen capture, on-screen notations, and/or a video feed of the lecturer.

It is a versatile system that can be used to meet your instructional needs. Whether that is:

instructors wanting to "flip" their class time usage
blended or online course creation and delivery initiatives
students with a medical emergency/illness that prevented them from attending class
students who are learning impaired
students who use English as a second language
students with a disability
students who require a quiet environment for study
students who have a hard time understanding an instructor
students who want a review session

The instructor gets an account on the SBCapture server, where they can manage the recordings. It includes a simple "in browser" video editor. The instructor can give account access to a TA (so they could edit the content) and the instructor ultimately does have the ability to delete recordings.

More information: http://it.stonybrook.edu/services/sbcapture-echo360-lecture-capture

This form does not trigger an automatic process and typically only one person looks at it. Please allow for this and make your recording requests well in advance.

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    *Please be aware that as with all technology, there is the possibility of a hardware/software failure. Students should not rely on these recordings as their sole source of instruction. We suggest that you state in your course syllabus that students are expected to attend class and failure for a recording to occur does not count as a legitimate excuse for lack of student performance. TLT encourages course attendance when at all possible. Javits 100 alone is configured with a redundant system in place, so if one capture appliance fails, the other one will still record the session. Please be aware that in lecture halls your microphone should be on to capture the audio. In most cases this will be as usual for teaching in those larger spaces. For captures from smaller classrooms, there are mounted microphones and wearing a lav microphone may be optional. Please check with the AV Desk for details on microphones for your particular room.