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Tegrity - How to Delete / Archive Old Recordings

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A Tegrity user wishes to delete or archive a recording they no longer need.

Deleting a Recording

  1. Log into your Blackboard course.
  2. Click Tegrity Classes on the course menu.
  3. On the Tegrity window that opens:
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    1. Click the check box to the right of the recording you need to delete.
    2. Go under the Recording Tasks menu above the check boxes.
    3. Select Delete.
  4. When prompted, confirm that you would like to delete the previously selected recording(s).

Archiving a Recording

As an instructor, you want your students to have the ability to soak up as much of the material as possible. Because Tegrity makes it simple to burn DVD copies of your recordings, your lectures can be shown even when an internet connection is not available.

NOTE: The DVD will not run on a household DVD player as it relies on a Web Browser to run the HTML index.
  1. Log into your Blackboard course.
  2. Click Tegrity Classes on the course menu.
  3. Click on the check boxes to the right of each recording you want included in the DVD image.
    • Click on the check box to the right of the Recordings Tasks button to select all recordings.
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  4. Once you’ve selected the recordings, click the Recording Tasks dropdown menu.
  5. Click Make DVD Image.
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  6. A box will appear, asking you to create a ZIP file. Select Continue.
  7. When Tegrity is finished creating the ZIP file, you will see another prompt. Click Continue to download the ZIP file.
  8. You’ll need to save the file to your computer. When the box pops up asking you to save or open the file, select Save File.
  9. Click OK.
  10. Once completed, a download box like the one shown below should appear. Double click the zip file to open the folder.
  11. Multiple files and folders will appear. To create your DVD, select all of the files and copy them into the program you will be using to create the DVD.



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