UD Capture +Zoom – Overview

With UD Capture +Zoom Classroom Capture, you can record your laptop screen, the sound from the classroom, and use a Zoom Meeting that is fully integrated with the classroom audio & video equipment.

Learn which classrooms are UD Capture enabled.


If you’ve already made a request for UD Capture Classroom Capture for your course, follow these steps to get started in the classroom.

Do not plug in the HDMI/VGA cable to your laptop. Use Zoom instead. See below.

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1.  Activate the system:

    • Touch the touch panel in the classroom to wake it up or dismiss any welcome messages. 
    • Touch the Zoom icon. You should see your class in the listed schedule. 
    • The Zoom meeting and recording will begin promptly at your class start time.

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2.  Join Meeting:

    • Launch Zoom on your laptop and join the Zoom meeting
    • (The meeting link was emailed to you in your confirmation email).

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3.  Mute the microphone and speakers on your laptop.

    • Important! Don’t skip this step as it may cause very loud feedback or an echo in the room.
    • You can also select Leave Computer Audio from the Mute/Unmute options menu (^).

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4Click Share Screen

    • Choose what you’d like to share. 
    • Click Share
    • You should see your content on the projector if the Zoom meeting has started.
      Important! No need to connect a cable to project when using UD Capture +Zoom.




Orientation Slide Deck

Below is the slide deck used for the Aug 25 and 26 in-person orientation sessions. The presentation is also available directly at Google Slides.

Need to use the Document Camera?

You can also use the document camera in a UD Capture +Zoom classroom. You’ll need to plug the USB cable from the document camera into your laptop. Learn how to use the document camera with Zoom.


Having Trouble?

To speak with a IT UMS Classroom Technology technician immediately, use the classroom assistance telephone in each classroom and dial ‘0’ or use your mobile to call 302-831-3546. Many issues can be resolved remotely.