Recording the BrainMap Talks
As of September, 2012, we are implimenting an important change in the way that we record the Brainmap lecture series at the Martinos Center. This page is an attempt to familiarize our guest speakers with our new process and its respective technical setup.
**Please make sure to read the 'Recording Process' section, as this is the most crucial change.**
With the speaker's permission, we aim to capture the PowerPoint/Keynote as well as the audio and video portion of the speaker's presentation. Please let us know if you are not comfortable with us publishing your lecture, or
if you need us to postpone publishing until a later date you specify.
If you would like to have your talk recorded and posted on the Martinos Website, you will need to use one of the computers that we provide. The reason for this is that the machines need to have a professional capture software (Camtasia Studio) that has been tested and optimized for reliable recording. If you would like your talk to be recorded, it is advisable to bring the materials for your talk on a flash drive so that they can be easily transferred to one of our machines. If you would like to send your lecture in advance, even in an unfinished state, if only to confirm compatibility, that is perfectly fine. Please use the upload form below or email your talk to:
Audio: Zoom H2 stereo Recorder
Video: Logitech C920
Computers: 1) Dell M6400 Mobile Workstation equipped with Windows 7 and PowerPoint 2007, and 2) a MacBook Pro with PowerPoint 2011 and Keynote.
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