Sessions recorded in the run up to the migration are currently copying over to Panopto hosted. The latest information with regards to the progress is available at replay.tlc.aston.ac.uk/missing As part of the migration process, all of the sessions were copied over to Panopto’s hosted service. Sessions recorded recently are now copying over as well Sessions that Continue Reading…
Wednesday’s migration to Panopto hosted will mean you won’t be able to log into Replay. If you want to make a recording on Wednesday, request a temporary account.
Currently, Aston Replay is hosted in the university’s data centre. From November 18th, it will be hosted by Panopto.
Since the start of term, Panopto have been busy migrating content from our servers to their hosted service. We’re nearly ready to switch over. Access to Aston Replay should be considered at risk from midday on November 18th (see details for other time zones). If you are planning on recording on that afternoon, let us know and Continue Reading…
We’ve recorded 20,000 sessions! 🎂
As we’ve not upgraded Replay since summer 2014, we’ve jumped up a couple of versions. Here’s what’s new
We will be upgrading Aston Replay to the latest version of Panopto on September 9th, 2015 At risk all day There will be times when it is unavailable, so consider access to Replay at risk during the entire day. If you need to make a recording, contact us. Look out for information next week about Continue Reading…
We’ll be performing maintenance on Aston Replay between 1600-1800 GMT on Wednesday 18th February. There will be brief periods of downtime during the maintenance window. If you are planning on recording a session during this time, contact email@example.com. View details for other time zones.
Panopto have fixed the issue preventing copied sessions from processing. If you had any sessions that you tried to copy over the last couple of weeks, they will now be available.
Panopto were working on Replay over the weekend. The result of that is that lecturers can now upload content from off campus, and users shouldn’t see any broken images across the site.