Kaltura – Common Questions

Important Notice: Users of DU VideoManager, DU CourseMedia videos (excluding images and audio), TechSmith Relay, Relay Wrangler, and faculty who are using videos in Canvas, will be impacted by the transition over to Kaltura, which will be a campus-wide rollout beginning in the Fall Quarter of 2019. What is Kaltura? The University of Denver has […]

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Kaltura – Activate Kaltura in Your Canvas Course

To add Kaltura to your Canvas course, follow these steps: Go to your Canvas course. Go to Settings. Go to the Navigation tab, Scroll down the page and click and drag the My Media and Media Gallery options to the main navigation area on top. Select Save. Note: If prompted to authorize Canvas to access your […]

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Kaltura MediaSpace – Creating Video Channels

DU MediaSpace offers the ability to create open, private or restricted channels for your media (video, audio or images). You may want to create a channel if you need to:– Organize media for a group of University community members– Share media privately with other University community members– Organize videos in one location to be used […]

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Kaltura MediaSpace – Adding & Sharing Media

DU Kaltura MediaSpace is a non-course video portal to manage and share videos, images and audio files. Here are some instructions on how to add and share new media using MediaSpace. Login at https://mediaspace.du.edu using your DU account. Click Add New and select Media Upload. On the Upload Media page, click the terms and agreement […]

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Kaltura – Downloading videos

If you wish to download your video file, please follow these steps. Login at http://mediaspace.du.edu and go to My Media. Downloading is a two step process. You much first request your file to be downloaded. Return back to the main media play page, you should now see the download button.

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Kaltura – Adding a Single Video to Your Canvas Course

Overview Kaltura allows you to upload video, images. and audio files. It also allows you to create desktop recordings (screen and webcam recording). Adding Media Using the Canvas Text Editor This is the fastest way to add a new media object (video, audio or image) into your Canvas course. Go to any Canvas page that […]

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Kaltura – Recording Instructions For Student Interviews

The following is a set of instructions for students to record themselves as part of a class assignment. Expected Outcomes: The video will include one or more students talking. The video should have clear audio and video quality. The video should be posted as a Canvas Assignment. What you will need: Kaltura activated in your Canvas […]

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Kaltura – Submitting a Video Assignment (Student View)

If an instructor has created a video assignment as outlined in  “Kaltura – Creating a Video Assignment in Canvas“, the instructor can send the following instructions below to students to help them upload their video assignment using the Kaltura My Media tool. Note: Uploading a large video file from a slow Internet connection may take […]

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Kaltura – Creating a Video Assignment in Canvas (instructor view)

Overview Video    When creating course assignments in Canvas, you are offered an online submission type called “Media Recordings.” Using Kaltura for video assignments provides greater flexibility in regards to ownership and use of the video. How to create a video assignment using Kaltura Setting up a video assignment using Kaltura In your Canvas […]

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Kaltura – Editing Closed Captions

This article describes how to edit captions for videos you have uploaded into Kaltura. Please note that Kaltura will automatically create video captions for each video you upload. Captions might take 10-30 minutes to be produced depending on the duration of your video. The screenshots illustrate Kaltura within Canvas but the process is the same […]

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Kaltura – Add Interactive Chapters and Slides

You can easily navigate through video content using slides and chapters in Kaltura Players using the Navigation Menu. You can add, edit, and delete chapters and slides (images, PowerPoint slides or PDF) when editing videos through the Kaltura media Timeline. Slides are automatically created when a presentation is recorded using the Kaltura Capture Desktop Recorder. […]

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Kaltura: Commenting on Media

You can comment on media, view comments by other users , reply to existing comments , and delete comments and replies . Allow comments for Media Gallery After you have activated Kaltura in your Canvas course, click Media Gallery in your course navigation. Click the Media Gallery edit icon. Make sure the Enable comments in […]

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Kaltura – Video Editing Tools Overview

Kaltura Video Editing Tools gives video owners the ability to do minor editing after uploading a video to Canvas-Kaltura. Kaltura Video Editing Tools supports the following features: Interactive Video Quiz Creator Video Editor Clipping a media entry Trimming a media entry Chop and splice Tagging comments to the video timeline as navigation markers. Edit video captions […]

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Kaltura – Co-ownership of Videos

  Media owners can change the media ownership and are able to add co-editors and co-publishers  to their media. Co-editors can edit the entry’s details and metadata, trim media, replace media, edit captions, edit chapters, and edit slides. Co-editors cannot delete media or add new co-editors and co-publishers. Co-editors can see analytics data for the […]

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Kaltura – Enable Video Comments and Moderation

At times, instructors may want students to add comments to a video. For example, ask your students to upload a video into a Canvas course and make comments along the video timeline to highlight key points made within the video. How to use the Media Gallery Using the Kaltura Media Gallery, instructors and students in […]

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Kaltura – How to share your Kaltura media

Options for sharing media using Kaltura Inside of Canvas After you have activated Kaltura in your Canvas course, there are a few ways to embed media (video/image/audio) content into Canvas. Once you see My Media in your Canvas course navigation menu, you can start adding media by clicking My Media – Add Media button. Please […]

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Kaltura – Screen and webcam recordings

Overview Video of Kaltura Personal Capture Kaltura Capture is a program that makes it easy for users to create and upload videos to Kaltura through Canvas or MediaSpace.  This software available for Windows or Mac. To launch Kaltura Capture (or to install it), choose “Kaltura Capture” from the “Add New” menu in your Canvas course […]

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Kaltura – Creating a Course Welcome Video

Faculty members that introduce themselves to their students with a short welcome video provides a personal touch and a chance for students to learn about your professional and personal interests. Here are tips on how to use the Kaltura Capture tool (a recorder tool that uses your computer webcam and microphone) to create your own […]

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