Downloading Echo360 Recordings

By default, all Echo360 recordings have download disabled. If your professor has download enabled this is how you download an Echo360 recording.

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This KB Article References: Echo360 Learning Capture
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Last Updated: August 11, 2020
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Going through Blackboard:

  1. Log into the Blackboard at blackboard.stonybrook.edu
  2. Navigate to the course, and then to the folder where the Echo360 recordings are.

      (Jump to step 3)

 

Going through Echo360.org:

  1. Log into Echo360 at stonybrook.edu/echo360
  2. Click on My Courses and click on the class which allows downloads.

      (Jump to step 3)

 

  1. Find the row corresponding to the recording you would like to download and click on the square with the play button in it.

  1. Click on the button and then click on Download Original. (Note: If you do not see this option then downloading is not enabled for this course.)

  1. Lastly, choose your download type and click download.

 

NOTE: Enabling download is at the discretion of your professor. If your course does not have download enabled contact your professor to have them consider enabling download for the course.

 

Downloading on Mobile:

  1. Open the Echo360 mobile app and select the course you would like to download a recording in.

  1. Go to the row for the recording you you would like to download, click the 3 dots in the top right corner, and click "Download Video"

  1. Now the video has been downloaded and you can view it offline.

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