(Reposting as my previous request didn't allow voting)
While it is currently possible to add hyperlinks to a video description that work in the normal Panopto viewer, hyperlinks in the description just appear as plain text in the embedded viewer. Please could a feature be added to allow for hyperlinks to work here so that viewers don't have to copy and paste these across?
Recordings unavailable during processing are tremendously frustrating for viewers. The audience has to wait twice now; once for the live webcast to upload and process, then again once the on demand webcast has been trimmed/edited and is processing.
Maintaining the original video stream until the edited version processed and replaces it would greatly alleviate this delay.
For content retention audits, deletions:
We would like a downloadable report with the following fields:
Session Name, Folder Name, Creator, Created Date, Last Viewed Date
It would be very useful if the audio level input in the panopto recorder for windows could be set to auto, so there would not be a risk that the audio comes in to low or to high. Much easier for our users who are not very familiar with audio/video recording.
I understand the current workflow for chopping up a long video is to make copies of the original video and then edit each one. For example, I have 75 minutes of lecture, and I want to make 15 5-minute videos. I will have to make 15 copies of the original video and then edit each one. It is really time-consuming. Can we add a feature that allows users to trim out chunks of a video and save them as separate videos as this request has mentioned previously? Thank you.
I would like to see individual user activity within a session/folder be reflected within the stats UI available to creators. A content creator should be able to click on a viewer's name and see what sessions they viewed in addition to being able to drill down into what sections they specifically viewed within a session.
Right now they are able to see which sections within a session were viewed by any viewer, but they cannot drill into a single viewer or a single view from within the UI.
As an admin, I am able to see this user-level activity somewhat, and it is all exportable, but a creator should be able to narrow down data to a single user viewing a single session or a single user viewing sessions within a folder from a GUI.
When creating a retention policy, it would be really helpful for our institution if the policy rules could audit two rules together, instead of separately.
Example: Delete anything that was created more than five years ago AND hasn't been viewed in more than a year.
Right now, these two policies rules don't work together, and the audit captures everything that falls into either category. Are we the only institution needing this? I also wonder how institutions are working around this current complication?
We have 8,500 employees in our company and need the ability to export our user list to excel so that we can sort/filter by all of the attributes (role, last logged in, etc.).
Our audit department requires us to remove terminated users from our systems at least once a year, more often on specific systems. They require us to provide user lists for our systems and show that users have been removed. We need the ability to export our list to excel.
It would also help us to be able to filter the users in different roles. We have certain bank employees who are licensed and governed by FINRA and cannot record videos. We need to be able to export a list of all of our viewers to ensure they are all set up as viewers in the system.