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Zoom Videos can be uploaded to Canvas by using Kaltura's Media Gallery +Add Media option. Find the video file and either drag and drop or click the upload button and navigate to the video and upload it manually. Once a title has been added and the video has finished processing it can be saved and published to the course Media Gallery.
Using Kaltura, It is possible to record, upload, and submit content from your mobile device to Canvas. Currently the Canvas App does not allow users to submit content. Users will need to go to the Anderson University Canvas page on their mobile device ( https://anderson.instructure.com ).
Kaltura playlists can be embedded in Canvas Pages, Assignment descriptions, and other areas of Canvas that use the rich content editor. Using the Media Gallery tool allows users to embed playlists that they have created.
Playlists are a great way to help students stay organized and engaged when interacting with your Kaltura Media. If you had a set lecture series published in your course Media Gallery and wanted student to be able to quickly sort out the lectures series from the rest of the content, creating playlists will meet this need.
The Kaltura Video Editor can be used to Trim, Clip, and Splice Media. Note: two independent videos can not be combined or spliced together using Kaltura's video editor (i.e. a lecture was recorded each week and you wanted to combine them into one single lecture).
If the Automatic Machine Slide-Chapter creation tool in Kaltura didn't capture all of the PowerPoint slides or you need to add, edit or delete slides, you can edit the Timeline of the video to make adjustments to the presentation using the MyMedia editor Timeline Editor.
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Kaltura Express Capture enables recording content directly from the browser without the need to install any additional software. The Kaltura HTML recorder allows you to use your webcam or audio devices to record video and audio entries directly from your browser. You cannot use Kaltura Express Capture to record your screen.
In Kaltura Capture, the default selection is the screen as the primary input and the camera as the secondary input. To record only one input, you must select the input and then turn off the secondary one. All input settings are saved for future recordings.
To complete the recording, enter in a title and description and click save and upload.
Kaltura allows users to create video quizzes using the content from their My Media space. Gradable answer types available are T/F and Multiple Choice (there is also fill in the blank and reflection point, however, these are not gradable answer types). Video quiz grades are automatically sent back to the Canvas Gradebook when the user finishes the quiz.
My Media and Media Gallery are similar Kaltura tools within Canvas. My Media spans across all of the user's Canvas courses and My Gallery shows on videos that have been published to each course.
Uploading content via Canvas tools is a great way to engage students. By using the Rich Content Editor (RCE) you can access all of your Kaltura media or create new media directly for what you are doing.
Publishing course media allows users within the course to view the media. Publishing media is a quick process. Publishing media does not publish the Canvas course.
Media can be deleted using both My Media and Media Gallery. Media Gallery allows users to delete multiple files at one time. Videos that are deleted cannot be restored.
Kaltura offers options for media collaboration and transfer of ownership.
Kaltura provides users with video analytics to see who has watched the videos, how much time they spent watching videos, and whether or not they completed the videos. Only videos published in the Media Gallery or Embedded using the Rich Content Editor Can be view in the Kaltura Video Analytics.
The Kaltura Virtual Classroom is a great way to have virtual meetings, allow remote students to stay engaged in the class. Becoming familiar with all the features will help users be able to use it to its full potential
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Recording PowerPoint slides enables viewers to easily navigate through a video by jumping to a specific slide, or by searching for text in the slide. Admins can configure Kaltura Capture to include automatic slide detection.
Kaltura Personal Recorder has keyboard shortcuts that make the recording process much easier.
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