Live broadcast from the lecture hall
Examples of use
LectureTube Live uses the technical infrastructure of LectureTube in the lecture halls to broadcast courses live to any other location (e.g. other lecture halls, public viewing, etc.). The live-stream includes the audio signal from the sound system in the lecture hall, as well as the screen from the presentation laptop (or, as with LectureTube, the recorded image from the document camera). The real-time transmission is called up via TUWEL and can be replayed at any other location using the devices available there (projector, sound system, etc.). It is also possible to record the live streams through the LectureTube Service.
Examples of use:
- Transmit lectures
- Transmit excercises
- Transmit courses from the lecture hall
- Transmit guest lectures
Instructions & How-To
Instructions can be found in the LectureTube Knowledge Base and under the following links:
- Note that live streams have a delay (on average) of 6 seconds due to technical conditions.
- A Hint: If you are using a Classroom Response System in conjunction with LectureTube Live, allow an extra time (at least 2 minutes) for completion. There is potentially less time to answer the live questions due to the transmission delay of LectureTube Live (approximately 6 seconds) for students who participate via the live stream.
If you have any questions, please contact the LectureTube support team via the Ticket-Line: email@example.com