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Camtasia Relay

Camtasia Relay is a screencasting system used at Temple University


Camtasia Relay is a presentation capture tool designed to record presentations from a computer desktop.  Relay provides an easy way for a presenter to record the actions being displayed on the computer screen along with optional voice and video using a microphone and camera.  Recordings can be directly published from a computer or supported mobile device to Temple University’s streaming media server.

Examples of Use for Online Instruction:

  • Share a screen snapshot
  • Narrate photos
  • Capture a computer application in action
  • Record your voice to introduce yourself to others
  • Demonstrate a task to students
  • Comment verbally on a student’s project or assignment


To become authorized to use Camtasia Relay, please submit a request by clicking the Request Help tab on the Information Technology Services home page. After your request has been reviewed, an Information Technology Services consultant will contact you.

To log into Camtasia Relay, please go to Temple's Relay site, and then login in with your AccessNet username and password.


To schedule one-on-one consultation, please contact the Center for the Advancement of Teaching’s Instructional Technology Lab.

Please submit all support questions and concerns by clicking the Request Help tab on the Information Technology Services home page or by calling the Help Desk at 215-204-8000.

Reference Guides & Training

  • Camtasia Relay tutorials are provided by TechSmith.
  • Record a video or lecture using Camtasia Relay (presented by Jen Ford)
  • Publish your Camtasia Relay Video to Blackboard (presented by Jen Ford)