Lecture capture software
Focus on teaching with our set it and forget it recorder.
TechSmith Relay allows instructors to spend their class time teaching without interruption. Our lecture capture software works completely in the background, recording their computer screen and automatically sending finished recordings to the cloud. All it takes is just three clicks of the mouse, and then instructors can teach as they normally would.
Access your video content when you need it.
TechSmith Relay recordings are all stored in the cloud, so everyone with an account and an internet connection can always access them. Students can watch recorded lectures and take quizzes on their own devices, and since TechSmith Relay integrates with Azure Active Directory, they’ll only have to log in once.
Integrate our lecture capture system with your current LMS.
TechSmith Relay works within your current workflow, not around it. Whether your campus uses Blackboard, Canvas, Schoology, or something completely different, we’ll work with you to ensure your instructors and students will be able to use TechSmith Relay seamlessly.
Lecture capture benefits for both students and instructors
Gain valuable insights from analytics to be sure your students are learning.
Give instructors the ability to easily monitor whether recorded lectures are getting the traction they need. With TechSmith Relay’s user-friendly analytics, it’s simple to see who has watched recordings and how much of each video they viewed.
Give students the tools they need to excel in courses.
Using course capture is a great way to create study tools for students. TechSmith Relay gives instructors the ability to make recordings even more effective by easily adding quizzes and comprehension questions that students can use to test their knowledge and prepare for exams.
Keep courses running even when absences happen.
Never miss a lecture due to sickness or weather. Since TechSmith Relay isn’t tied to the lectern, instructors can record lessons from home and send them to students remotely. Plus, absent students can review material to catch up from lectures they missed.