Echo360 Lecture Recordings

What is Echo360?

Echo360 is the lecture capture program used in most of the rooms we manage. 

We offer two types of recording options:

  • Event Recordings: For any events held within our classrooms that need to be recorded can be requested through our online request form which can be found below in the section "How to Request Echo360 Recording".
  • Course Lecture Recordings: All schools within CUIMC schedule and manage their own course lecture recordings and can request to have their classes recorded by reaching out to their course administrators or email us if you need assistance finding who your administrator is.

Questions? Contact


Package Rate
Single event (max eight hours) $150 (up to eight hours)
Editing recordings $150 per hour
Rush fee (applies to requests made less than one week in advance) $145

How to Request Echo360 Recording


Requests for recording a lecture or presentation must be submitted in advance via our online form.

  • Recording requests must be made at least one week in advance.
  • Last minute requests are allowed subject to availability, and must be requested at least one business day in advance. A rush fee of $145 will apply.
  • Requested recordings will automatically be available for you in the event recordings link that will be provided to your after your request has been scheduled within the Echo360 system. 
  • Course lecture recordings will automatically be available for students in your (Canvas) course site at the end of the day.

The rooms listed below offer Echo360 video capture capabilities. Rooms that are not on the list do not have Echo360 recording capabilities.

Rooms with Recording Capabilities

Echo360 Capable Classrooms

  • Alumni Auditorium
  • VP&S Amphitheater 1
  • Hammer Health Sciences Center
    • Lower Level 1: Rooms 103, 106, 107, 108A, 108B, 109A, 109B, and 110
    • Lower Level 2: Rooms 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 208A, 208B, 209A, 209B and 210
    • 3rd Floor: Rooms 301, 312, 303, 305
    • 4th Floor: Room 401
  • Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center
    • Wu Auditorium 201
    • 4th Floor: Rooms 401, 404, and 405
    • 9th Floor: Rooms 902 and 903
    • 12th Floor: Rooms 1202 and 1203
    • 13th Floor: Rooms 1302 and 1303
    • 14th Floor: Rooms 1402 and 1403
  • Russ Berrie 1 and 2
  • Mailman School Alumni Auditorium
  • PH-10 405

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I do anything on the recording day?

You do not need to do anything. Based on the capture option you chose, the system will record the event automatically from the time you booked for the event through to the end. If you require technician assistance during start up, you can request it (additional fees will apply as noted in our rates). Recording is done automatically in four-hour blocks. Last minute changes to the recording time are not possible. So, please plan ahead for coffee or lunch breaks and follow the schedule.

When can I see my recording?

Special event and lecture recordings are made available to you via a link to the file on our servers, usually within 24 business hours

Can I request a recording of a single event?

Yes, you can request to record a single event.

Can I edit the content of the recording?

Yes, you can edit the recording. There are limitations to what type of editing that can be done to recordings. If you would like assistance with editing, we can provide it for an hourly fee. Please reach out to us for further details on this service and rates.

How long are recordings available?

Currently, there are no limitations to how long recordings will be available to be viewed while stored on the cloud. This is subject to change, so please check periodically to see if this policy has changed from term to term.

What if I forgot to book a recording?

Recording requests must be made at least one week in advance.

Last minute requests are allowed subject to availability, and must be requested at least one business day in advance. A rush fee will apply. We can only accommodate such requests if your event does not conflict with an already reserved event from another department.

Universal Capture for Echo360

Download, install and use Echo360 Universal Capture software to record a lecture or presentation. After the recording has stopped it will automatically publish up to your Echo360 account capture library. Please note, to publish a recording you must also have an Echo360 account.

For additional questions or links to Echo360 software downloads, please contact

Microsoft OneDrive and Echo360 Integration

Echo360 and MS OneDrive have now been integrated to allow you to "subscribe" to any of your OneDrive folders and SharePoint Sites. These subscriptions tell Echo360 to copy any audio or video media added to those folders into your Echo360 Library. This includes Teams meetings.

Instructions on how to set this up on your Echo360 account can be found in the following link:

Please contact us for questions about setting up an Echo360 account: