Mediasite Desktop Recorder
Support and training
Having trouble using Mediasite Desktop Recorder? See our helpful support and training resources.
Mediasite Desktop Recorder is used to record, upload, and share video and desktop materials. The Desktop Recorder captures all types of desktop recordings, including PowerPoint presentations, screencasts that preserve annotation and screen movement, software demonstrations, etc.
Content can be paired with webcam video or just a voiceover. Recordings can be published and shared via a direct link or embedded in LEARN.
Mediasite Desktop Recorder Installation
All Red River College Polytechnic staff have access to the Desktop Recorder with their college account.
- Go to download.etvlabs.com to download and install the recorder software.
- Login with your RRC Polytech username and password.
- Follow the Mediasite Desktop Recorder Instructions to install and begin using the recorder.
- Manage your recordings here mms.etvlabs.com in the management portal.
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or support.
Welcome to the Mediasite Desktop Recorder
Instructional Best Practices
Additional Resources for Best Practices
- Instructor Guidelines for Screen Capture
- Accessibility Tips
- Accessibility for Audio, Video and Digital Media
Editing Your Videos
The Mediasite Editor is web-based software that allows you to quickly and easily update slides and remove unwanted sections in your presentation.
Mediasite Editor Walkthrough
Using the Management Portal
Embedding in LEARN
Uploading External Video
Recording Desktop Audio
Recording Your Screen with Mediasite Desktop Recorder
In this in-depth course, you will learn how to set up and use Mediasite Desktop Recorder (MDR) for the first time. If you complete and follow along with the full course you will have installed MDR and recorded several types of presentations.
Editing Your Video Presentation
In this course, you will learn how to modify and edit your Mediasite Video Presentation. This includes basic things such as updating the Title, Description and Presenter as well as more advanced topics such as cutting out unwanted portions of your Video Presentation as well as adjusting the graphics used within a Video Presentation.