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Add Closed Captioning to Older Kaltura Recordings

Have you ever needed to recreate an older Kaltura recording and wished you had a transcript to go by? Closed captioning is enabled by default on newer recordings but not on those created more than a few years ago. The good news is that it is possible (and easy!) to have Kaltura close caption ANY […]

Record your Screen Using Microsoft PowerPoint

I recently had some trouble recording my screen with Kaltura Capture after updating to the most recent version of Windows 11. As it turns out, you don’t need a third party tool to record your screen in Windows 11, you can just use Microsoft PowerPoint! This post is based on the How to Screen Record […]

Post a Video Quiz Score to the Canvas Gradebook

Do you want to see if your students have watched a video? You can post the results of a Kaltura Video Quiz to your Canvas gradebook. Here’s how: Create a video quiz in Kaltura. [Add New > Video Quiz. You will use one of the videos that already exists within your My Media] To pass […]

Add Kaltura, YouTube, VoiceThread or Echo 360 to Canvas

Adding video is easy to add to Canvas. On any Canvas page, you will click the plug icon in the Rich Content Editor. It looks like this: Click the arrow next to the plug and “View All” to see all of the different options. If you are going to add a Kaltura video, find “Embed […]

How to Use Kaltura to Create a Lecture

The attached documentation steps you through the process of installing the Kaltura software, using Kaltura to record lectures, and adding those recordings to your Blackboard course. Where can I record? You can record in the Faculty Multimedia Room (3014) or on your own computer. Kaltura runs on Windows and Mac. Use the instructions below to […]

Students Downloading Kaltura Videos on an iPhone or iPad

A number of students have reported the “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.” To address this issue, please see the handout below for instructions on how you can make the iPhone […]

Updating Kaltura CaptureSpace to KalturaCapture

VCU Learning Systems recently posted to their Learning Systems Announcements Blog, that Kaltura CaptureSpace has been retired and KalturaCapture has arrived.  As of June 1st, Kaltura will no longer be updating the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder as it has been replaced with Kaltura Capture. What does this mean to you? If you currently have the […]

Add Interactive Quizzing to Kaltura Lectures

Kaltura includes an easy to use wizard for creating an unlimited number of questions that you can embed at chosen points in your lecture. The multiple choice format allows for 2, 3, or 4 answers and flexible settings give you the ability to choose if learners can skip questions, revise answers, get hints and/or discover […]

Allow Your Students to Download Kaltura Videos

By default, Kaltura videos are not available for download.  This does not pose a problem when students have an internet connection, but recently some with long commutes have asked to listen to Kaltura recordings offline.  SON IT took the request to VCU’s Learning Systems team, who worked with Kaltura to give instructors the ability to […]

Making a Kaltura Video Public

Have you ever wanted to create a video and share it with others via email or on a website? It takes a few more steps, by this PDF document walks you through it.  Making a Kaltura Video Available to Anyone via Email How could this be used? you are unable to attend a meeting and would […]

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