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 (My Media). To record your video using […]

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Kaltura – Editing Closed Captions

All video and audio files uploaded to Kaltura My Media within Canvas or DU MediaSpace will have an Auto Speech Recognition (ASR) closed caption file. The video owner or editor can edit the closed captions to improve accuracy. Captions should be close to 99% accuracy. This article describes how to edit captions. ASR captions can […]

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Kaltura – Videos not playing in Canvas – 3rd party cookies

This article covers: Overview Solution for Mac Safari Solution for Google Chrome Solution for Firefox Solution for DuckDuckGo 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 […]

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Kaltura: Interactive Video Quiz & Canvas Gradebook

It’s recommended that Firefox or Google Chrome web browsers be used when taking a video quiz. Students using Mac Safari may experience problems. How to create interactive video quiz questions using Kaltura and Canvas Assignments Instructions Kaltura offers the ability to embed quiz questions into any video file or YouTube video uploaded into Kaltura My […]

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Kaltura: View Quiz Reports and Analytics

We recommend using Firefox or Google Chrome when taking a video quiz. Students using Mac Safari may experience problems. 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 […]

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Kaltura – Video Editing Tools Overview

How to edit your uploaded media using Kaltura: 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 following […]

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Kaltura MediaSpace – How to create a video or audio podcast

Audio Only Podcast If you upload an audio-only file (mp3,m4a) to your Kaltura My Media, you will be provided a special embed code for your media player that includes an accessible interactive transcript. Play the example below. The interactive transcript shown above improves the accessibility for this audio-only media because it allows a hard of […]

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Kaltura – How to share media through Canvas Media Gallery?

Help students connect with each other––and with you––through the Kaltura Media Gallery and My Media features, accessible within Canvas. This article covers: Differences between Canvas My Media and Media Gallery. How can I post my Zoom recordings in Media Gallery? How can students share their own videos via Media Gallery? How can students post comments […]

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Kaltura MediaSpace – Video Channels and Galleries

Last updated: 3/21/2022 DU MediaSpace (https://mediaspace.du.edu) offers the ability to create public, private, and restricted channels for your media (video, audio or images). This article covers: What’s a DU MediaSpace channel What’s a DU MediaSpace gallery How to create a channel How to add members to a channel How to add media to a channel […]

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Kaltura – Add Interactive Chapters and Slides

This article covers: What can I do with interactive Chapters and Slides? Adding and Deleting Chapters. Adding and Deleting Slides. What can I do with Interactive Chapters and Slides?: Interactive Chapters and Slides allow you to easily navigate videos in Kaltura Players. Chapters act like bookmarks. Use them to mark important parts of the video […]

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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 – 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 – Downloading videos

This article covers: How to download media from MediaSpace or Canvas. Can other users download my media? Download Your Media from MediaSpace or Canvas You can download media from My Media. Access My Media from MediaSpace or Canvas. There are two primary actions required to download media. First activating the download command on the Edit […]

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Kaltura: Create a playlist in your Canvas Media Gallery

How do I manage a large set of videos in my Canvas course? If you have a large set of videos for your course, the Kaltura Media Gallery can help you organize your videos into several groups called playlists. Each playlist can help you organize similar videos. You can have many playlists with many videos […]

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Kaltura – How to share your Kaltura media

Inside of Canvas There are a few ways to embed media (video/image/audio) content into Canvas. Step 1: Upload your media into MyMedia In your Canvas My Media folder, you can start adding media by clicking My Media – Add Media button. Please note, content in My Media is private, only you can see it. Step […]

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Kaltura – How to delete media files

Overview We highly encourage all University of Denver Kaltura users to delete their media items that are no longer needed. Instructors, please delete student videos that you recorded that are no longer needed for grading in order to comply with FERPA and student content retention guidelines. If you want to save a video on your […]

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