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 Spring Quarter of 2020. What is Kaltura? Kaltura is a campus-wide video […]

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Kaltura – Adding a Single Video to Your Canvas Course

Overview Kaltura allows you to upload and share video, images. and audio files. You can share your media on Canvas pages, discussion board, assignments, and the Kaltura Media Gallery. Note: If you have not activated Kaltura in your Canvas course yet, please follow these instructions – How to activate Kaltura in my Canvas course. Adding […]

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

Overview Video  Below are some instructions on how to create a Canvas video assignment for students. It’s a 4 step process: Instructor creates a video assignment in Canvas. Student use the Kaltura Capture software to record and upload their video. Student attaches their video to your Canvas assignment. Instructor grades the video using the […]

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Kaltura – Recording Instructions For Student Interviews

These instructions are for students that need to record themselves as part of a class assignment. What you will need: Kaltura activated in your Canvas course (instructor responsibility) Kaltura Capture, a free software available in your Canvas course. A quiet room with good lighting. A computer with a webcam and microphone. At least 2GB of free […]

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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: Upload or record your video assignment using Canvas My Media. You can […]

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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. Kaltura Capture is available to all current faculty, staff, and students in Canvas.  Learn how to activate Kaltura in 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 – Videos not playing in Canvas – 3rd party cookies

Overview Some people using Mac Safari or Google Chrome will see an error message when accessing Kaltura pages in Canvas. The message states: “It seems your browser is blocking 3rd party session cookies which are required for the Kaltura application. To resolve this issue, please update your settings to allow 3rd party cookies.“ Solution for […]

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Kaltura: Interactive Video Quiz & Canvas Gradebook

How to create interactive video quiz questions using Kaltura and Canvas Assignments Instructions Kaltura offers the ability to add quiz questions to any video uploaded into Kaltura. This provides Canvas instructors a simple way to create and edit online quizzes custom-tailored to the needs of their users. Related Resource: Kaltura Video Report & Analytics Step […]

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Kaltura: View Quiz Reports and Analytics

How to View Quiz Reports and Analytics Kaltura enables quiz creators to get analytics about the quiz and the users taking it. The instructor report is located by clicking Analytics for the video quiz. A video quiz object can be placed on any Canvas page. Instructor View of Quiz Results Instructors can view quiz results […]

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Kaltura – Video Editing Tools Overview

Once you have Kaltura activated in Canvas, go to: Click My Media and click on a video you have uploaded into Kaltura. Click on the Actions and select Launch Editor Click 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 […]

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Kaltura – How do students share media through Canvas Media Gallery?

In this article, we invite you to bring a playful and experimental approach so your students can connect with each other––and with you––through features called Media Gallery and My Media that are powered by Kaltura and housed within Canvas. Think of My Media as your own personal and private library available for all the courses […]

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Webcam Video Recording Tips

What are some tips when recording webcam videos? Camera angle: The camera should be straight and aligned with your eyes. Look at the small camera to establish eye contact with your viewers. Avoid the “up the nose” camera angle. Audio quality: Find a quiet room with minimal distracting background noise. Invest in a good quality […]

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Kaltura MediaSpace – Adding & Sharing Media

In this article, we will cover: What is DU MediaSpace? How do I login and upload media content into DU MediaSpace? How do I share my media with others? What is DU MediaSpace? DU Kaltura MediaSpace is a media management system designed to manage and share videos, images and audio files. Common uses for DU […]

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Kaltura MediaSpace – Video Channels and Galleries

DU MediaSpace offers the ability to create public, private, and restricted channels for your media (video, audio or images). What’s a channel? A channel is a password-protected area at DU MediaSpace that requires all users to login before they can access a set of videos. Beyond the basic login, some channels can have extra security […]

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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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