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Using Zoom to Record or Stream an In-Person Class
Last modified on 26 June 2024 03:59 PM

This article describes how instructors can set up their classroom computer to use Zoom to record video and audio during their in-person class. This information has been provided by the DLE Learning Spaces Support (LSS) team who are also available to provide in-person training on using Zoom in classrooms.

On the podium computer:

 - To begin, make sure that the computer has been turned on and the projection system has been turned on

    1. The computer can be turned on by the button located on the front of the PC that is installed in the AV rack
    2. The projection system can be turned on by using the control panel located in the room.

Log in to the computer using your CCID.

- Locate the link for your Zoom meeting by choosing your preferred browser to access your email, eClass, or Zoom account. Chrome is recommended.

- Once you have logged in, select “start meeting” or click on the link you are using to start you Zoom meeting.

- Make sure to select “Use Computer Audio” for the meeting.

- Once the Zoom meeting is opened, set up a Video and an Audio devices:


  1. Access your video settings by clicking on the arrow next to the “Start Video” button located in the lower left corner of the Zoom window.
  2. From there, select “video settings”.
  3. Select the device named “ HDMI Video” if you would like to use the Room Camera.
  4. Select the device named “TX - 1/LX-1” or “L-12W” if you would like to use the Document Camera.
  5. Close the settings window and click “Start Video”.


  1. Access your audio settings by clicking on the arrow next to the “un-mute” button.
  2. From there, select “Audio Settings”.
  3. In the “Microphone” drop down, select “Line In (Realtek(R) Audio)”.
  4. Take the lapel microphone from the mic drawer, turn it on and test it, you should see the signal from the  “Input Level” meter.
  5. Close the audio settings and “UnMute” your microphone.
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