From 21 July, you will only be able to record sessions if you are using the most recent version of the Panopto recorder.
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For three hours on Saturday 10 June, beginning at 2100 BST, you will be unable to view or upload sessions. During this time, Aston Replay will be upgraded to the latest version of Panopto. Panopto haven’t yet shared details of … Continued
Panopto have informed us there are intermittent issues with uploading sessions. Looking at Aston Replay, none of our sessions from today have successfully uploaded. The sessions will remain on the computers they were recorded on until the issues are fixed. … Continued
We’ve had word from Panopto that there are problems with macOS Sierra users capturing from Keynote If Keynote Capture is checked, recordings will not successfully upload. Panopto for Mac v5.3.0 fixes this issue. If you’re running Panopto on your own Mac, … Continued
Some viewers are being told to install Flash, despite it being installed and/or enabled in the browser. We’ve opened a case with Panopto, and will update here with more information when we have it.
Aston Replay was upgraded to Panopto 5.3 just before Christmas. There are no major changes to either the recorders (which remain at the same version in teaching rooms), the integration with Blackboard, or the main Replay site, but there are … Continued
On Saturday 17 December, between 2000 and 2359 GMT, you will be unable to view or upload sessions. During this time, Aston Replay will be upgraded to the latest version of Panopto – 5.3. Panopto haven’t shared details of what’s … Continued
Replay is currently unavailable over the university wireless networks. This has been reported to IT Services.
Sessions recorded in some teaching rooms are failing to upload. We’re working with IT Services to rectify this.
You’re currently unable to upload to Replay from on campus, including teaching rooms, offices or via the wireless networks. Logging in and making recordings is unaffected. Any recordings made on campus will remain on the computer that made them, and … Continued