Live streaming is only available from locations that are using Otago Capture Devices. Please see the list on the right-hand side of this page for a list of the lecture theatres that are supported.
Live Streaming on Mobile Devices
Live streaming on Mobile Devices is currently unavailable.
To live stream your lectures with Otago Capture, when choosing a Product Group in the Otago Capture Administration Application, choose the option that includes Live Streaming.
A guide for students can be found at Live Streaming for Students.
Accessing the Live Lecture
To access a Live Stream, go to the course in Otago Capture. In the classroom list find the class that is scheduled to be live streamed and click on it.
To find which class is being live streamed look at the icons next to the title of the lecture.
A green Live icon indicates a class is currently being live streamed.
A grey Live icon indicates a class is not currently being live streamed but will in future.
A green dot icon indicates a class is being recorded for future viewing.
Watching a Live Stream
When you choose a class that is live streaming, you will be taken to the Classroom Player. You may see an icon that says Live Stream Starts in and a countdown.
Once this countdown has finished, the icon will change to Show Live Stream. Click this icon to begin the stream.
Live Streaming is currently Flash Based. If using a Windows PC to view live streams you will need to have the latest Adobe Flash installed and allowing echo360.org.au to access it. In addition, cookies will need to be enabled for your browser.
Errors you may see indicating you need to enable Flash or allow access:
Errors you may see indicating you need to enable browser cookies.
- You cannot fast forward, rewind or pause during a live stream.
- Live Streaming is not currently supported on Android devices through the Browser.
- Live Streaming is not currently supported on Android or iOS devices through the Echo360 Mobile App.
- Live Streaming through a browser on iOS buffers 40 seconds of the stream. This means your viewing will be about 40 seconds behind the real-time action and the stream will start about a minute after the beginning of the lecture.