How to Install and Use the Android Panopto App

First download the new Panopto app. On the app's sign-in screen, enter your Emerson email address and click Next. On the next screen, make sure "Emerson DUO" is selected in the menu, then click Sign in. Log-in via DUO again when prompted:

The sign-in screen for the Panopto beta app. There is a text field to enter your email address in the center of the screen (indicated), and a next button.           The second screen of the Panopto beta app's sign-in process, with Emerson DUO displayed in a central dropdown menu and the Sign In button below it indicated.

That's it! Your Panopto app is installed and you are signed in. You can use the app to watch, upload, and record videos.

One of the coolest features this new app offers is the ability to search for videos by searching for words spoken in the video, or presented on the screen in a video. In the picture below, I searched for the word "Smile," and the app showed me a video with the word in the title AND all the instances the word was uttered or appeared on screen:

A search for the word Smile in the Panopto beta app, with results displaying from videos' titles and transcripts.

If you'd like to upload or record a video, simply tap the purple + icon in the bottom right corner:

The Panopto beta app's My Stuff screen with the + icon at bottom right indicated.           The Panopto beta app's My Stuff screen after tapping the + icon at bottom right, with options for Upload and Record and Remote Control displayed.

When you see the Upload and Record screen, click inside the box and you'll be prompted to upload a video from your files or record a brand new video using your camera app:

The Panopto beta app's upload screen, with the Choose Video or Audio File box indicated.           Android's Choose an Action screen overlaid on the Panopto beta app. It offers Files as an option at the bottom of the screen.

Panopto will ask you to allow it access to your camera and mic. Click Allow to proceed:

An Android notification asking to allow Panopto to take pictures and record video, with the Allow button indicated.

 

 

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