Keep Teaching: Kaltura Basics

This webinar introduces IU instructors to the basic capabilities of the Kaltura media platform.

Keep Teaching: Kaltura Basics

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>> In the chat pod, you'll see Kim Murday and Madeleine Gonin and potentially others helping with your questions in the chat. Andi is there too, great. So I'm going to go ahead and start the recording, the recording has already started. Thank you, Andi probably. For those of you who are not familiar with Kaltura, Kaltura has several different features that come together as a set. It offers recording, it offers storage, and it offers sharing in Canvas. Well, some of you, maybe familiar with Kaltura Classroom Capture. Kaltura also have two options for capturing video on your own computer. So Personal Capture, which allows you to capture webcams and screen, and Express Capture, which is webcam only, and obviously both have audio. Kaltura storing store any videos that you record using Zoom like the one we're doing here. If you record to the Cloud, that stores it in Kaltura. You can also upload videos that you created in PowerPoint with your webcam, with your phone, however you want to do that. You can also pull in videos from YouTube. Pulling videos in from YouTube, it makes them look a lot nicer than if you just natively embed them in YouTube. You really want to use Kaltura for video storage, because if you put videos in Canvas file or inbox, the students are just accessing the exact video file that you put up there. So if you put up a huge video file, and someone on a weak or spotty data connection on their phone, they're not going to be able to access it. So putting them in Kaltura, Kaltura does what YouTube does. It's called transcoding, which means you can put any video in there you. Kaltura will give it to the end user in the format, and in at the quality and speed level that's appropriate to the device you're using, and the connection that they have. So for example, the new iPhone, the video format that they use, if you just upload that straight into Canvas, no one's going to be able to see anything, because it had to be transcoded to something that people can see on the regular computer. So you also have a variety of ways to share your video in Canvas. There's a media gallery. You can share them in pages, in module, in discussions, and also in assignments. So what we're going to do for the next 20 minutes or so is we're going to walk through some of these things so you can see how they work. So there are two ways to get to Kaltura, we'll move that over. Let me move that over. So you can go to and login here. What this gets you to is basically the pure Kaltura which is separate from Canvas. You can manage your videos here, you get add new videos here, but you're still going to need to go to Canvas to share them with your students. So the common way that most people actually use Kaltura is directly through Canvas. So there are two tools in Canvas for Kaltura. One is My Media and one of the Media Gallery. If you don't see them on your navigation, you can go down to settings, and then the navigation tab in the middle, and you'll find them down here among the items that are hidden from students. They'll be alphabetized with the case. You can click the three dots next to them to say enable, or you can simply grab them and drag them up. However you move them up into the regular course navigation, you'll want to make sure to scroll all the way down to the bottom and click save. If you don't, they won't show up and then you'll have to do it again. Ask me how I know. So what's the difference between these two things? Kaltura My Media shows you your media. Is just your media and just for you. So I click My Media, I see my media. If you were in this class, and you click the word Kaltura My Media, you will see your media, your students will see their media. So your students will never see your media by clicking on Kaltura My Media. So there is no concern about putting that in your classified and then having your students see a whole bunch of stuff that might be for a different class. They will only see their media, not yours. My Media gives you access to all of your media regardless of what class it's for. So it's an easy way for you to get everything all in one place. It's also the way that you can add new videos. There's an add new button right here, and you have options, media upload. So if I have a video that I have recorded from something else, if I chose Zoom and recorded it directly to my computer instead, I can just copy that right here. Let's add Sloths Do Gymnastics. So I upload that, then I can change the name if I want. I can enter a description if I would like to do that. I can put a tag in. One thing to know for Kaltura organization, there is name, which is lovely. But it means that you do need to think about in advance your naming convention or your tag. So if this is a video for A106, I can put A106 there and then I can search for all of my videos for A106. Or alternately, I can come down here and I input a tag for A106. I can even put a tag for A106W10 and add that tag, and then when I want to find all my videos for A106 or A106W10, I can search and it will pop that up as well. So I'm going to save that. At this point, things are private until you share them. So once you share something, this will automatically change to be published. You don't have to actually change that here. Then you can go to your media, and there we Sloths Do Gymnastics. Because everyone likes Sloth, and they're doing very slow relaxing gymnastics. So when you click back on My Media, you'll see there we have it at the top of the list. By default, your videos are going to sort by creation date descending. You can change that. So if you are doing naming conventions and you put A106 at the front of everything for A106 then you can sort alphabetically and your As are going to be right there at the top. Here, you would search. So if I wanted to search on something that's not A106, that would be one of the tags I use. Of course not. I actually spelled it out. >> Here we go, so that just point of everything that was tagged with digital course design, it also pulling out anything with digital course design in the caption. Which brings us to another one of the reasons to use Kaltura for your videos. Kaltura automatically, mechanically caption your videos, and I'll show you that in a few minutes. Other ways to add new, this Kaltura express capture and we'll see if this actually works. Kaltura express capture gives your webcam and connect your microphone. If you have more than one microphone, you can choose which one you want, which I'm going to choose the one I'm actually using in a moment, which is this one and if you have more than one webcam, it will let you pick your webcam. It's currently looking for a webcam that is in my laptop and my laptop is closed. Using the webcam that's sitting on top of my monitor, then Zoom is using my webcam, Kaltura probably won't let me show it through here, but we'll give it a try. [NOISE] It worked, beautiful. So this is what it looks like. So you're getting your webcam here, and all I do then is I click the red button, I wait for it, and then now I'm recording. So I record whatever I want to record and then when I'm done recording, I hit the little stop button here next to the timer, and then now I'm recording. I actually start playing the recording so that I can review it, if I like it I'm good, If I don't, I can say record again and just re-do it right then and there. I can download a copy if I want for posterity, but once I get a copy that I like, I can say, "Use this" There it is, you want to wait until it gives you that green upload complete to make sure it's done, then you can give it a better name and save. You only need to save if you change something up here. Then when I go back to my media, it's going to take it a few seconds to process, because it was only a few second long video, it will take longer to process, the longer the video is. If you've got something that's a bit longer, you'll need to be a little patient with that. As more and more people are processing, Kaltura can handle all of this, but it just means that instead of taking a minute to process the video, it's going to take more like five. So be patient with it when things are processing. The other way that you can add videos to Kaltura is you can pull something in from YouTube just by pasting in the URL of the YouTube video. You can make video quizzes, we're not going to talk about that here, if you're interested in that, contact your teaching and learning center. Personal capture is the other option for putting video directly into Kaltura through Kaltura. If you've never used it before, you're going to get the screen and you're going to need to download for Windows, or download for Mac. It does not work on Chromebook. This is an app that is a downloadable app and there is no version of this app that runs on the Chrome Operating System. So if you're using a Chromebook, you're going to want to record using Zoom or using PowerPoint, well not PowerPoint, on Chromebook, you're going to record using Zoom instead of using Kaltura. Once you have downloaded it and installed it, following the prompts that it will give you, then you come back to Kaltura My Media and click Add New, and Personal Capture. Then it will give you that little box up here that says, "Do you want to open Kaltura capture?" You say, "Yes" Let's open this up and see what it does. So it'll take a minute, it didn't open. I already had it open. Let's do it again so that you can see what it actually looks like. So Add New, Personal Capture. Do I want to open Kaltura capture? Yes, I want to open Kaltura capture. It's going to take a minute. Let's do this again. When you open it up and it's not already running in the background like it is for me, it will pop up in a little circle and then it will expand to this, which is the recorder. You can record your screen. If you have more than one monitor, you can choose your monitor. [NOISE] It went behind. You can also choose a section of your screen so you can just record a part of it, you can record your webcam if you have more than one webcam, it will let you choose which one you want. You can record your audio, and again, if you have more than one microphone, you can choose which one you want. So let's pull that Canvas back up here. So if I now record it, just make sure I'm recording the rightmost screen I'm recording my screen, I'm recording my camera, I'm recording my audio, I click the "Record" button, it'll count me down and you'll see the recording tool down here in the bottom. So if you are in fact sharing your whole screen, this will be on your screen on the recording. You can talk for however long you want, you can show different things on your screen, so if you've got a presentation up here, just go right through your slides, there is an annotation tool. So I can draw with it. There we go, I can draw with it. It's getting a bit laggy here because I've got so many things going at the same time and then when you're done, you simply click stop, down here at the bottom, it'll say, "Are you sure?" You'll say, "Yes, I'm sure." Then it will show you what you recorded. So you'll notice it has your screen capture and your webcam, goes all the way through at the same time, you can preview what you recorded here and then if you like what you got, your good, If not, you can say delete, down here at the bottom and say new recording and do it again. You can rename it, you can give it a description here, even give it a tag here if you like, as opposed to doing it in Kaltura itself. When you've got one you like, you say saving upload and it will upload to Kaltura and you'll be able to find it in my media in Canvas. It will give you a little notification up here in the corner that it started uploading and then it will give you another little notification when it's finished. >> Then they are successfully uploaded notification. So now when I go to my media, there we go, it's right there. The fun part about using Kaltura Personal Capture for this is, oh, it's still processing. This is not what I want to show you. I want to show you one that's actually done all the way processing, but only partially processing. So here's your picture in picture. This is a lovely video I did at home, and you can see my cat in the background. Or if you want to see my cat better, the end-user has the control. I can say I want the screen big and the camera small. I can say I want them side by side or I just want one or the other, if I want to switch this, there now. The camera's big and the screen's small, and you get a better look at my cat, though she is still worried. So side-by-side, you can switch side there on and then you can go back to the picture in picture, but that is something that is controlled by the viewer. So they have the option of seeing what they want to see in that. The thing that makes it a bit complicated is if you have something that you want to edit out in the middle, you really can't because there are two streams of video at the same time. So while Kaltura does have some basic editing features, you can't edit something that's come in with both the webcam and the screen recorded simultaneously. So if you're just doing one or the other, you can totally edit. If you're doing both at the same time, you can't, you'll lose that ability to do the picture in picture business [NOISE]. So then sharing with your students. So now you've got video in Kaltura, how do you get it to where your students see it? If you are teaching a regular face-to-face class and you've not been using any of this stuff and you're not using module in canvas to organize things, the easiest way to do that is to use Kaltura Media Gallery. Kaltura Media Gallery lets you straight out just share your videos with your students. So here's the media gallery. For this course, there's seven videos in it. If I want to add another video, I just say add media, it will pop me over to a view of my media, and then I can go through and pick. So I want to add ''Sloths Do Gymnastics". So I'm going to check the little box to the left of sloths do gymnastics. I'm going to scroll back up and I'm going to say publish. It's going to take a second. It says it's published. You have to refresh the page to actually see it show up. So there we have sloths do gymnastics. They're default ordered again by creation date descending. The end-user can reorder those as they like. It has the option to, if you want to make sets of videos. So if you would normally do 30-40 minutes of lecture in a class, you're going to break those down into 7 to 10 minutes, segments based on topic. So basically as you're thinking about that, Azure Lecturing, when your topic changes, that's your cue to stop recording, save it out and then start a different one. So you may be talking about photosynthesis for the entire time, but there are sub-topics within that. So you're talking about, maybe you're talking about different parts of the cell, maybe you're talking about the growth cycle of the plant. When you change those subtopics, it's when you're going to want to stop, save that up and start another one. Because you don't know the conditions in which your students are watching these videos. They can be watching these on their phone on really unreliable data, if they'd moved home and they've got little siblings, they may be sharing one family computer with three other people and they may not have time to sit down and do things consistently. So you want to keep into account what your students are going to be going through and make sure to chunk these down so it's very easy for them to say, "Okay, I watched this bit, and now that I'm coming back an hour and a half later, I can watch this next bit, and then this next bit." They're not looking at an hour-long video that they're going to be scrubbing through trying to find where they left off. So if you have several videos, you can add playlist to the media gallery. This little horizontal, what looks like a horizontal bar chart up here, edit it, and then playlist tab, and then you can create new. So I can create a new playlist, I can call it [NOISE] photosynthesis, and then I can add media. So I just click the little drop-down here, it's going to show me all the media that is in the media gallery already. So you have to put it in the media gallery first. So I'm going to say sloths do gymnastics is about photosynthesis in plants in there, and then this one, and then this one, and then save. So there we have a playlist and I did it twice because I know patient. We have a playlist with three entries. So now, when I go back to the media gallery. Once you've made your first playlist, the playlist view is now your default view. So you can still get to everything just by clicking the media tab, but the home tab is going to be your playlist. So I can open up that photosynthesis playlist and it's going to start with the first one you added and then it's going to just progress right through all three of those videos. So that's how that works. The more playlists that you add, they'll just organize themselves one after the other, after the other. If you are in fact using modules to organize your content and you have pages in those module, you can add a page to that module and we can say new page, and we can say [NOISE] weekly video. Actually, we won't say that [NOISE] we will say, week 10 video because you can't have multiple pages with the same name. So now I have this video page sitting in my module. I go into the page, edit it, and for anyone who has made an announcement, has made an assignment, has made a discussion, has made a page, you recognize this little text box with this little toolbar on top of it. This little starburst guy right here is your embed Kaltura media button. You can embed Kaltura media in any page, in any assignment, in any discussion, pop piece of instruction, in any discussion [inaudible] , in any assignment that is set up to use a text box out of submission method, we'll show that in a sec. So here you click the Kaltura media button, it pops up this window, it thinks for a minute, and then it shows you all of your media. So I want to add, let's do something different. I'm going to add creating presentation videos using PowerPoint to this page. If I hit select, it will automatically pick the medium size. If I hit the drop-down, I have options. Large is good, small is bad, never use small. If you embed something in the small size, you lose the option to control the audio volume, which is not lovely. It shows up right there in that text box. I hit save and there it is in my page, which is then sitting in my module for my students to watch. You can put multiple videos in a page and then input, then if I have links to go with this. Though if I wanted to link to another resource on PowerPoint I could just put that right below that video, just in text in that text box. So we're close to 30 at this point, so I'm going to pop back over to the PowerPoint for a sec here [NOISE]. >> So I want to wrap this up in case people need to scoot at 2:30. There are some other features of Kaltura to mention. Anything you put in Kaltura is automatically mechanically captioned. That mechanical captioning is going to be about 80-90 percent for a single speaker without a strong accent. But no matter how clear you are speaking, it's not going to be 100 percent right, especially if you're using technical terms, if you're using acronyms, if you are using names that are not common names, so you will always want to go back in and check those captions for accuracy. Another reason to do short videos, it's easier to check a 10-minute video than it is of half an hour video. There's a very easy caption editor. You don't even have to really listen to the video, you can just read the transcript of the captions and then fix whatever is wrong. You do have some video editing ability. Again, as long as you're not doing two streams of video at the same time, if you're just recording your screen, or you're just recording your webcam, or you've uploaded a video from another source, it will let you cut the front or the back off and it will let you cut out small chunks in the middle. You can also set availability dates. So if, for example, you have prerecorded a review of the exam, you can set that so it's already there and ready, but you can set it to only be available from this time and day to this time and day. So it's not necessarily going to be available for the duration. So for more information, and They have a lovely FAQ section going on there if you have more general IU response to coronavirus. So throw me stuff from the chat pod, folks. >> Jeani, could you show us the Kaltura Analytics? >> Yes. This is also in a video that you can get the links to. We'll share the link to that afterwards. The short version analytics for a single video. Kaltura: My Media, pick your video, pick something that may probably have had some plays. I'm going into the video. Down below, there's a little button that says Action. I click that, this is where the caption editor is also. Here's where the analytics are. So for this video, I can see it's had 17 visits, three plays. People are dropping off in that first third. >> What does that mean, Jeani, people are dropping off? >> People are stopping watching. So your students will start to watch your videos and then they will stop watching your videos by actually stopping the video or navigating away from where the video is. They can also stop watching it simply by walking off, but Kaltura doesn't know that. So this is the general information for the video. If this video is shared through Canvas, you will also see individual users. This is pulling individual users from other things too. All right. So you can see who has watched it, you can see the plays to visit ratio which is not a thing you really need to pay attention to. I'm going to go back away from this because this is other people's stuff. But you will have noticed in there that it also showed you on each individual student, how much of the video they watched. So if you have a video that explains something very important and a student asked you, "How do you do this very important thing?" And you say, "Did you watch the video?" And they say, "Well, yes, I watched the video." You can go look at the video analytics and see that they watched the first minute of the video so you know that they didn't actually watch the whole video. So you can tell at least if they navigated away early. If it said they watched 100 percent but they wandered off and got a cup of coffee, Kaltura doesn't know that, so it can't tell you that. Media Gallery is the best way to get analytics for all of the videos in your course. Again, up here, this little bitty horizontal bar graph looking thing, Analytics, and this is going to show you again an overview. The tabs you're going to be interested in are Media and Engagement. Media organizes everything by the video. So this is going to show you everything that is in the course, and it's going to show you how many plays that have. So I can look here and see that Nate and I are the only two people who have watched this video in this course. Nate stepped out very early, and I stepped out three-quarters of the way through. So 75 percent play-through. You can see all of your videos here at once. So it's an easy way to see. Let's switch this over. You're looking at the average view time or the average view time as on your video compared to say if I know it's a 10-minute video. On average, my students are watching the first three minutes. So that tells you that. The tab labeled Engagement is the tab that organizes everything by student. So you get basically this exact same view but by students. Here are the students that are in the class and by user. I can click the little drop-down arrow here and it's going to show me all of the media that the student has watched. So I have clicked on a lot of things but I've not actually watched them. View drop-off at zero percent means it never started. So let's see if Nate did any better. I can pick on Nate, he's a co-worker. So we've got some video in here by student. You can see easily the whole list of videos that one student has watched and approximately how much they've watched. The video drop-off percentage in here isn't 100 percent correct. It rounds to the nearest quartile. So it's going to be close but it's not going to be exact percentage on that. But that is where you find the analytics for everything. It's going to be in Media Gallery up here in Analytics. >> Awesome. Then, can you talk a little bit about the difference between recording directly in PowerPoint versus using Personal Capture and sharing your PowerPoint slides that way? >> If you are on a Windows computer, running Windows 10 and Office 365 or Office 2019 or the very latest last version of Office 2016, you can record your audio directly onto your slide, and then export it as a video, and then import that video directly into Kaltura without having to do the screen share. So you can record your audio, and you can record video onto your slides also and do it slide by slide. So if you screw up one slide, you can just re-record that slide. Instead of being in the middle of something that's 10 minutes long or worse yet at the end of something that's 10 minutes long, then you have to back up and start all over again, or go in and do the actual video editing. If you're using slides extensively, that's the benefit of doing that in PowerPoint. I have been told but I have not verified because I'm not a Mac person, and I was told this earlier today that Keynote will also let you do that if you are on a Mac. But again, it's the fact that you're recording slide by slide and not doing everything in one full swoop. >> Then one last thing from the chat. If you do that process and create your video using PowerPoint, can you show us how to add an existing video file to Kaltura? >> Sure. So if those of you came in after I added Sloths Do Gymnastics, you're in My Media. You're going to click the Add New button, just like you would for Express Capture or Personal Capture, but you're going to click Media Upload. Then you're just going to browse for your video file and upload it and it will show up right here. >> Any other burning questions? If not, I'll show the video assignment. >> Nothing else seems to be jumping out at the moment. >> So say, for example, you have assigned an assignment for students to do a presentation to the class and you just at this point want them to give you the presentation directly because they can record their video and put it in a discussion and that everybody can see their video and ask questions and things in a discussion. But if you just want them to record it and submit it to you, you can make an assignment. This is a really poorly titled assignment. So this is going to be Presentation Assignment. Then you're just going to put your instructions in here. We also have a set of instructions that you can directly link to your students to tell them how to record something in Kaltura or Zoom or PowerPoint, or if they recorded it on their phone to upload an existing file. You've been linked to those instructions right here in your assignment instructions. The thing you need to do to have them submit a video to you is you want obviously online submission. You're going to choose Text Entry. That is very, very high intuitive when you have a media recording and a file upload option there. But you want a text entry because when you give them a text entry option, they're going to get this text box with this little Kaltura button. This is very important because then they end up with that Kaltura buttons and put their video into that text box that you're going to see in SpeedGrader. You're going to be able to see their video and you're going to be able to grade their video, wait there in SpeedGrader. If you have them upload a file as most of the people have discovered recently and as I mentioned before the new iPhone video format, that just going to show up as a file and you're not going to be able to play it. You're going to tell the students I need the video and they're going to say I can't play the video and you're going to say, "I can't play it," and they're going to say, "I can play it." Then you're going to say, "I can't. We need to fix this." If they upload that to Kaltura and submit the assignment using Kaltura, you can see it. With the media recording option, yeah, they can upload a video that way, but that video is going to some random thoughts on some random Amazon server somewhere in the ether. If that gets deleted accidentally, you're never going to be able to find that again. So they don't keep that original copy of that video that they uploaded. They're not going to be able to resubmit that video. So for example, if they put that in there in the iPhone format, but then you still can't watch even though it's sitting on an Amazon server because an Amazon server can't make it watchable. If they deleted that video from their phone, they're not going to be able to get back to it. If it's in Kaltura for starters, you'll be able to see it. But then they'll always have that copies sitting there in Kaltura backups and saved should they ever need it. So a brief overview of video assignment. >> [NOISE] I know we're getting close to time. Could you show us one last time for our late arrivals, people in the back, the process of recording over your PowerPoint slides and putting that into your Canvas course? >> You mean Personal Capture? >> Yes. >> So Kaltura: My Media, Add New, Personal Capture. Do I want to open Kaltura Capture? Yes, I do. If I haven't got it already, I'm going to download it for Windows and Mac. It's going to take a minute. My mouse is running in the background, which is quite opened up like that. You're going to see it just open up like this. So here, let me move my actual slide over here. So this is my screen. I have more than one monitor. I can pull up my monitor. I can also select an area. So if I want to just select an area here, it will give me default sizes, which I can then size too or you can drag it in. But if you use the default sizes, that looks better. Then I'm recording my camera and I'm recording my audio. If you don't want to record your camera, just click there and it'll turn the camera off. I click the record button. It counts down, and now I'm recording my slides. So it's recording my whole screen as presentation. I would just go through it normally and just recording in here. So then here's my slide. I'm talking about the slide. Here's another slide. I'm talking about the slide. Here is another slide. [NOISE] You will see when you are clicking on things using Personal Capture, it gives you that fun little yellow dot where you click on stuff. Tools are down here. Always going to be down at the very bottom right. When you're done recording, you click stop. It'll say, "Do you want to?" I'm saying, "Yes, I do." It's going to show up here and it's going to show me my slide. My screen that was recorded, I can play it, see if I like it. If I don't, I can delete it and then I can say new recording and start all over again from scratch. When I have what I like I'll say, "Save and Upload." It will upload it directly to Kaltura, to My Media, which I will then find in Canvas shortly. It gives me a little notification that it started the upload, and then it'll give me a little notification when it finished the upload, and then it should be in there in my Kaltura: My Media in Canvas. >> Awesome. >> I think people aren't quite sure once it's in My Media, then how do I actually make sure that my students can see it. That last step. >> So it depends on how you're doing things. You can share it in Media Gallery. You can add it to your Media Gallery, either just adding all your media in here saying, "Add Media", finding what you want to add, clicking the little checkbox to the left and saying "Publish" and add that to Media Gallery. Students can then see everything that is in Media Gallery. You can also add it to a page in a module. So if you have a page, you can embed it in a page. You can also embed it anywhere. You have the text editor. So an assignment instruction, a discussion instruction, a discussion reply. >> With that, I'm going to stop our recording.

Webinar Outline

The features of Kaltura

  • Recording
    • Classroom Capture
    • Personal Capture
    • Express Capture
  • Storing
    • Videos from Zoom
    • Uploaded Videos from ppt, webcam, or phone
    • YouTube videos
  • Sharing in Canvas
    • Media Gallery
    • Pages
    • Modules
    • Assignment descriptions
    • Discussions

Two ways to get to Kaltura (0:40)

    • Login
    • Mediaspace
  • through Canvas

Kaltura: My Media vs. Kaltura: Media Gallery (2:20)

  • Kaltura: My Media is your own media, not visible to your students
  • Kaltura: Media Gallery is where you share with your students

Recording (4:11)

  • Personal Capture
    • Download for Windows or Mac
    • It will not work on a Chromebook
  • Recording interface
    • Screen
    • Webcam
    • Audio
    • Recording indicator
    • Annotation tool
    • Stop record, which opens the Kaltura capture app
      • name video
      • preview
      • re-record
      • save and upload

NOTE: If you think you’ll need to edit your video presentation, do screen share only (without the webcam)

About your video (8:30)

  • Your students do not expect perfection
  • Viewer of the video has video display options

Add your video to Media Gallery (10:15)

  • Add Media
  • Publish

Record video directly in Canvas (example: discussions) (11:34)

  • Wherever there is a text editor, you can use Kaltura
  • Express Capture
  • These will appear in My Media as well

Other features (15:46)

  • Automatic mechanical captions
  • Captions editor
  • Editing
  • Availability dates

Caption editing demo (17:15)

Questions (19:50)

            Uploading existing videos

            Other languages (20:56)

            Prerecording lectures (24:04)

            Summary demo of adding video to Canvas page (or asgmt, etc.) (25:00)

            Live vs synchronous (26:30)

            Express capture demo (27:13)

            Kaltura analytics (28:55)

                        [also] Published, Private, Unlisted (29:26)

            Chromebook alternatives

  • Developing, Recording, and Sharing Online Presentations with Powerpoint
  • Creating Video Assignments
  • Includes instructions to students (which can be linked to in your Canvas course)

            Caution about Using Analytics (37:25)

            Why use Kaltura Personal Capture vs something else (40:00)