TechSmith Morae Observer
uses Remote Viewer to provide support for one or multiple computers to connect over a network to a computer that is running Morae Recorder. This flexibility allows your entire usability team to observe the screen and camera video, and hear the audio of the user, streaming from the Recorder source computer. Additionally, anyone logged into a Remote Viewer computer can add Markers during recording, complete with text notes. Remote Viewer automatically saves and indexes the Markers with the accompanying video and audio streams. The camera video, screen video, and audio streams can be saved locally in a WMV file for immediate playback. Utilizing multiple Remote Viewers, usability teams can conduct collaborative user experience testing.Remote, simultaneous observation
Connect to a live Recorder session from anywhere via a network (LAN/VPN). Observers can see and hear anything being recorded— customers' faces, voices, interactions on screen or with physical objects. Team members or stakeholders running Morae Observer can collaboratively log comments and markers.One-click task and error marking
Want to calculate standard metrics like time on task or error rate...automatically? By consistently marking a few simple things during every recording—like when the participant starts and ends a task, and whether they succeed—you'll benefit from Morae's powerful, automated analysis tools. Marking these events is as simple as clicking the mouse or pressing a keyboard shortcut.Share your session immediately
Want to give team members or clients a copy of the session right away? Save and share a Windows Media Video (WMV) file showing exactly what was displayed in Morae Observer.