Category Archives: Recording Guide

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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Presenting and Class Collaboration while Recording in LectureMonkey 4.8

The big news about version 4.8 is the ability to present a lecture on the web in full screen while its is being recorded. This is an amazing tool for teachers to use to help their students take better notes … 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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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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Editing Presentation\Board Locations while Recording

Sometimes you’ll set up LectureMonkey to record specific locations, and then things shift (you change your seat, the lecturer all of a sudden starts using the whiteboard, etc.). To handle these situations without having to interrupt recording LectureMonkey provides location … 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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Audio Only Mode

Sometimes the board and presentations don’t change that often, or you just can’t figure a way to stand the iPhone on it own. For those cases there is Audio Only mode. In audio only mode, LectureMonkey records all the audio … Continue reading

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