Category Archives: 1. Using LectureMonkey

Sign your Lecture Capture using a Image

You can add a personal image to your lecture. It will show up during the first few seconds of play back. Yo add your image just go to the setting screen and press “My image”: You can then ad your … Continue reading

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Cool new Capture Features in Version 3.7.0

I’ve added some cool new capabilities to Capture in 3.7.0. When started it records audio only and gives you an interface to enter comments:   Essentially what used to be Audio Only mode. Whats new is the preview area. If … Continue reading

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Editing a Lecture

Selecting edit in the main actions menu, lets you edit an existing lecture. This will switch the edit screen to allow you to modify and existing¬†lecture that you recorded: Edit – allows you to reposition capture¬†areas. Select the thumbnail of … Continue reading

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Capture Mode

This is for versions before 3.7.0. For 3.7.0 and later also see: Cool New Capture Features in version 3.7.0 Recording is the easiest way to capture a lecture – LectureMonkey does all the work. All you need to do is … Continue reading

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How to Record a Lecture

Here is a short video with the basics for getting started: Recording lectures is the heart of LectureMonkey. There are 2 ways to record a lecture – fully automatic and audio only. In any case, the first step is to … Continue reading

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Commenting on a Lecture a Classmate is Currently Recording

If there is anyone in class recording a lecture using LectureMonkey – other LectureMonkey users can join in and add bookmarks and comments (or you can use your laptop or iPad to enter comments to a lecture you are recording … Continue reading

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Sharing Lectures with your Schoolmates

When you register using your school email account (e.g. Albert.Einstein@yourschool.edu) LectureMonkey adds you to your school’s domain. Once part of a domain , you can see other lectures recorded in that domain (i.e. at your school), and your lectures are … Continue reading

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