Sometimes you might need to download a copy of your video from Kaltura My Media. This article will tell you how!Read More
Category: Creating and Streaming Video: Kaltura
Sometimes a video will get hung up in the uploading process and be stuck at 15% or 40% or some other percent for a very long time. If it’s been more than a half an hour and the percentage hasn’t changed at all, here’s what you can do.Read More
Kaltura video lectures can be downloadable to students. This greatly benefits students who need or want offline access to the videos, such as students abroad and those with slow or limited internet bandwidth, e.g., those who live on military bases, in rural areas, or who are travelling.Read More
A benefit of having a Blackboard course is the ease of sharing media to facilitate teaching and helping students understand learning concepts. This article will show the process to embed Kaltura media to your course.Read More
Want to share your Kaltura video with someone outside the University of Arkansas? Here’s how!Read More
Kaltura MediaSpace Go is a mobile app that allows you to login and upload media into your Kaltura account directly from your mobile device. Once uploaded, the media will be in your My Media area within Blackboard Learn, and can be added into course content folders, discussions, or assignments.Read More
Automatic English-language closed captioning is now available directly in Kaltura. Here you can see how to request, verify, edit, and delete captions.
Fully automatic (mechanical) captions will be created by default for any new media loaded into Kaltura. All videos uploaded into Kaltura after July 11, 2017 are automatically captioned, using Kaltura REACH, powered by cielo24. For CEA requests, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request human-edited (professional) captions.
Media owners can request mechanical captioning added to previously uploaded media.Read More
Using video or audio for interactive media quizzing is a useful pedagogical tool. Kaltura enables you to easily embed questions within your media, which allows you to test students’ engagement and understanding of the media’s objective.Read More