Upload Video Conference Recordings to Canvas

Some instructors may want to upload the recordings of their BlueJeans/Zoom meetings separately from the automatic posting of meetings scheduled through Canvas. You'll need to first download the recording from the BlueJeans/Zoom interface and then upload that file to Canvas using Panopto.

The instructions in the "Uploading the Recording to Canvas" section can be used to upload any video, not just recorded BlueJeans/Zoom meetings, to Canvas.

BlueJeans

You can download any recording of a video conference you've scheduled (and recorded) following these steps:

Deleting the BlueJeans recording from Canvas

Once you've posted the BlueJeans video to Canvas via Panopto, it is listed in the "Class Recordings" section of your Canvas course site. The video may appear in the Recorded BlueJeans Meetings section of the BlueJeans tab on your course site as well. It is a good idea to delete the video in the BlueJeans section so students aren't confused by the duplication:

Zoom

You may expect that a Zoom recording would consist of one file, however, a Zoom recording will often have many files for you to pick from:

  • There are several Recording layout files (Shared screen with speaker view is probably the best choice for uploading to Canvas).
  • Audio only.
  • Audio transcript

The instructions below will show you have to download all the available recordings for a meeting at once, or pick and choose. Click Read More to see the instructions:

Uploading the Recording to Canvas

Now that you've downloaded your recorded meeting, you can upload it to Canvas using Panopto by following these steps:

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