Last updated on 3/10/2022 This article covers: What is Kaltura Popular Tutorials and User Guides Recorded Webinars Who’s allowed to use Kaltura Will Kaltura work outside of Canvas Will I run out of storage space What type of content can be uploaded into Kaltura Does Kaltura support closed captions What’s the difference between Kaltura and […]
Last updated: 3/29/2022 In this article: Overview Uploading video into Canvas Zoom recordings Posting a video on a Canvas page Why doesn’t Canvas Student View show my Kaltura video? Overview You can share a video on Canvas pages, discussion boards, assignments, and Media Gallery. It is highly recommended that you store your video and audio […]
What is it? Will turn your PowerPoint or Keynote slides into ZOOM virtual background. You can now be immersed with your slide content and increase context. Students can better see your expressions. Can be used for live ZOOM sessions or pre-recorded lecture videos. Example How do I get started? You must have ZOOM software version […]
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 […]
Our University paid version of ZOOM allows you to record your computer screen and voice to create a video that you can share with others via Canvas or a private web link. In this tutorial, we will illustrate how to use the ZOOM Cloud Recording option to record a presentation and share the video with […]
Using Relay Wrangler; you now have the ability to mark TechSmith Relay presentations for preservation, download your video, and delete un-needed recordings. We encourage all content owners to be responsible with this material and only preserve that content which is still relevant for teaching and learning purposes at the University of Denver. You may log in to http://wrangler.du.edu with your DU […]
To download a TechSmith presentation video, modify the TechSmith URL to include “/media/video.mp4”, for example: From this: http://flashmedia2.du.edu/relay/government_history_20141016_120646_26.html To this: http://flashmedia2.du.edu/relay/government_history_20141016_120646_26/media/video.mp4 This new page allows you to right-click on the video to save it on your computer. You can then upload the file into Canvas or Kaltura MediaSpace.