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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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 – 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 – Downloading videos

If you wish to download your Kaltura video file, follow these steps. Login at http://mediaspace.du.edu or http://canvas.du.edu and login. Go to My Media. Allow your video to be downloaded by going to your video Edit page and click Downloads. Click Source to allow for the highest-quality version to be downloaded. Press Save. Return back to […]

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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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Video class assignment tips for instructors and students

Video assignments can be a research-intensive, collaborative, and highly engaging student activity. The video can demonstrate skills, knowledge, and communication strategies. View some student video projects to give you ideas for your next class assignment. For Instructors Final videos should be between 2-5 minutes. A high quality 5-minute video can take about 5-10 hours to […]

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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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