To begin, click the Add button then click the Video icon.
You will be given the option to Record or Upload a video. To view the workflows for each feature, click on the accordion below to expand the instructions.
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Depending on the assignment, you can record yourself, your desktop*, or both.
After checking your preferred option(s)*, select Record Video.
If you selected the Desktop option, you will be prompted to share Your Entire Screen or an Application Window. Click here for instructions on how to record your webcam and desktop on a single screen.
If you're using Chrome version 71 or less, you'll need to add our browser extension and refresh the page. Be sure to watch for pop-up blockers in your browser. You can view further instructions or download the extension directly:
Select your preferred option and Share.
Let's get ready to start recording!
- First, make sure the audio bar is moving. You can also change which camera and mic are being used.
- Once you are ready, click Record in the middle of the screen.
If you are experiencing issues with activating the Bongo recorder because the recorder is unable to access either the camera, microphone or screen-share, try using the Standalone Recorder! This will allow users to work around browser permission issues when accessing Bongo through an embedded environment.
When you have completed your video, click Stop to finish the recording.
You can review/download your video before submitting. If you would like to retry, click the Discard button.
|Once you are satisfied with your recording, click the Save button (or Submit Video in Interactive Video).|
To see the workflow in action, click the GIF below to view larger.
Select Upload Video.
You can upload a video from (1) your device, (2) Google Drive, (3) Dropbox, or (4) OneDrive.
After you have selected the video and can view the file name within the upload box, click Begin Upload.
During upload, you can Pause or Cancel the process.
|Time Remaining||Please note that the larger your file size, the longer uploading & processing times will take - especially if you have a poor internet connection. If you receive a processing error, try reducing the file size and uploading it again.|
|File Size and Format of Video||Maximum video file size is 20GB. The acceptable formats are: asf, avi, flv, m4v, mov, mp4, m4a, 3gp, 3g2, mj2, wmv, mpg, mpeg, wma, mod, mp3, mts, qt, f4v, m2v, wepm, ogv, mxf, vob. Bongo offers unlimited cloud storage.|
|Number of Videos Uploaded||The more videos you upload at a time, the longer the processing time will take.|
|Upload Speed||Recommended video upload speed is 1 Mbps.|
To see the workflow in action, the GIF below to view larger.
After saving, your video will begin processing in the Work In Progress section; this can take up to 30 minutes depending on the length of the video.
With Bongo's Auto Analysis™ feature, you can view analysis on every video added to the Work in Progress section before submitting to Individual or Group Assignment, giving you a chance to continuously self-assess, practice, and improve.
You can watch and re-record your video as many times as you like and even combine your videos. Once you're ready to submit your video - as well as your documents or links - you can submit your assignment.