TEGRITY - Upload Recording

Tegrity allows the instructor to record any activity on the computer screen as well as record any lecture delivered in front of a camera (e.g. a webcam). This program can be used to enhance learning for distance, blended, and on-campus courses. Lecture recordings captured by Tegrity are archived; therefore the students can view them at any time. Students can also add bookmarks to any point of the video that they might have a question or comment about. Instructors can add bookmarks as well.

Recordings previously made in Tegrity and saved to network file storage (S:\ drive) or local machine can be uploaded back into Tegrity for later publication.

WARNING! ALL Tegrity recordings will be purged from Tegrity at the end of the semester. Missouri S&T has limited storage capacity on Tegrity’s servers (about 500 hours of recording). Instructors can preserve recordings they want to keep by downloading the recordings and then uploading them again in the next semester.

Uploading a Tegrity Recording

  1. Open the Course Tasks drop-down menu in the upper left-hand corner of the Tegrity window and select Upload a Recording.


  2. You may see a pop-up window indicating you need to have Tegrity Runner App to open the application. This *should* already be installed (it is part of the Tegrity Recorder Application, which should also be installed). Click OK. NOTE: You can check the box marked Remember my choice for tegrity links to prevent seeing this box in the future.


  3. Click Browse.


  4. You will then be prompted to locate the file folder which contains the Tegrity recording information. Select the folder and then click Select Folder.By default, downloaded Tegrity recordings will be stored in the My Tegrity Recordings > Sessions folder on your local machine. Use the built-in search tools for your operating system (Windows or Mac) to find this folder if you don't know where it is. You will then need to go into the a specific Session folder and select the Recording folder.


  5. Click Upload Recording. The recording may take a few minutes to appear and become available. IMPORTANT: After the recording has been uploaded, it will still need to be published before students will be able to view the recording.