What happens if one of the classrooms selected is in an area that has inconsistent wifi connection?
A: Recordings can be made without an internet connection, provided the user account has already logged in and authenticated on the device first. Once the recording is stopped, tap on “Save and Upload”. The video will be encrypted and stored on the device until you are reconnected to the internet. As soon as each video is uploaded, it is removed from the recording device’s storage.
Q: What are the memory requirements for video capture on devices?
A: Approximately 50MB of memory is needed to download the recording app onto your device. In addition, a file of approximately 600MB - 1GB will be created for a one hour lesson. However as the device makes a encrypted copy of the file before starting the upload you will always need double the file size in free space.
Each 1 hour video will take approximately 30 minutes to upload however this can vary depending on file size and internet speed and stability.
If recording devices do not have sufficient memory capacity, grant recipients should visit Apple and/or Android support pages on how to free up space on their device. Alternatively, programs will need to identify a device that does have sufficient memory.
Who will have access to the videos we create?
A: The platform is set up so that video recorders can only see videos that they have uploaded.
Admins are only able to review their own uploaded videos and videos that have been proposed for submission by recorders.
Only videos submitted for CLASS scores will be accessed by Teachstone observers.
I'm an administrator but want to be able to propose my video to the other admins of our organisation so we can all review them together before submitting to Teachstone
The solution is to get another admin to change your account to recorder. Then once the recording/s are done change the account back to admin so you will then be able to review all the proposed videos