What exactly is that?
The media centre records your event with one to three cameras.
So we take care of image and sound to create the best possible recording.
We then edit presentations, photos and title images as well as belly bands into your video and you receive a web-ready video file or we publish your video directly on the university video portal.
Recordings by the media centre are possible in almost every setting.
Our services can only be booked for university events. Technical requirements in the rooms are best discussed well in advance of the room booking.
The price depends on the number of staff and the setting. The costs amount to 100€ per hour or part thereof per media centre staff member. After clarifying the setting, we will send you a cost estimate:
We will discuss the following points with you in advance: date, time, location and length of the event. How many cameras are needed? How many speakers are planned and in which presentation situations (discussion, presentation with PowerPoint, etc.)?
Please contact us as early as possible to clarify your questions.
Your event in professional pictures.
We are also happy to attend your event with a camera and capture moments. Perhaps you also need professional pictures for your institute website.
You need photos - tell us your idea and we will be happy to advise you on request
In some lecture halls at the university, recordings with Panopto are possible via the lecture hall technology. There, the microphones, the beamer image and a permanently installed lecture hall camera are digitally tapped and made available to viewers. To plan a recording or a livestream in a lecture hall, you need a valid account for employees of the University of Freiburg (e.g. xy123).
To use Panopto on your own PC/notebook, you only need admin access to an Ilias course (usually via university account for staff). There you can then record and stream live.
Under the following links you will find all the information about the procedure and an up-to-date list of the equipped lecture halls: