You can use the Kaltura MediaSpace to upload videos and other types of media, organize media into channels and playlists, and then share media and media collections via links and embedding directly into Blackboard. The following uploading options are available:
Follow the instructions below to manually upload media you've created with another application that you are ready to put it into Kaltura to stream via the web.
To upload a file manually:
Kaltura Personal Capture is a desktop application that helps you record presentations using any combination of voice, webcam video, screen action, and PowerPoint slides. You can then upload and manage your recordings alongside other Kaltura content in the Kaltura MediaSpace.
To install Personal Capture on your desktop:
Kaltura Personal Capture lets you record video and audio from multiple sources. To select sources, in the "Kaltura Personal Capture" window, click each of the three drop-down menus and choose the cameras, screens, or microphones you wish to record.
For instructions with screenshots, see Kaltura Capture User Guide .
As macOS increases its privacy and security settings for Apple's operating systems, running Kaltura Capture on macOS may require enabling additional permissions. Please use the instructions found on the Kaltura Personal Capture macOS Settings page if you are seeing errors while trying to record using Kaltura Personal Capture on macOS.
Recording with Kaltura Express Capture lets you make basic recordings in Kaltura. Unlike Kaltura Personal Capture and Lecture Capture (coming soon), Express Capture does not require the installation of any software on your computer. You can access Kaltura Express Capture via Kaltura MediaSpace or via Blackboard.
To use Express Capture in Kaltura MediaSpace:
Machine captioning is performed automatically on all videos uploaded to Kaltura (video.syr.edu). This process uses automatic machine generated transcription (ASR) that recognizes the words spoken in your video and provides machine-based captions with 75-85% accuracy.
While third party speech-to-text products, such as Otter.ai, exist for live-captioning, ITS recommends that professional captioning be used whenever an accommodation is requested or whenever our policy requires that an event has live captioning.
See Guidelines for CART and ASL Interpreting for more information.
Users can choose to delete captions or transcripts from media.
Kaltura may take a few hours to a day to completely remove captions and transcripts from media files once deleted. Kaltura may take a day or so to completely remove the transcript from media files once deleted. If you delete a caption file, we also recommend that you also delete the corresponding transcript file, and vice-versa.
Media owners can request captions be processed for their videos in additional languages. Supported languages include Arabic, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Russian, and Spanish.
The Machine Captioning process takes approximately 24-48 hours. You will receive an email notification when the process if completed.
You can use the Kaltura MediaSpace to download your previously captured and uploaded videos.
In Kaltura, a channel is a collection of videos and other media that can be public or restricted in terms of who can view and contribute media to the channel. Channels are useful for aggregating a large number of videos on the same topic or theme, or for sharing a collection of similar or diverse videos with a specific audience.
To create a channel for your course:
To add users to your channel:
|You can add media to a channel in several ways: By publishing media to a channel when you upload it, or by selecting it and adding it at a later time. To add media to your channel:|
The secureEmbed feature has been enabled in Kaltura. To make sure that you are able to grab your share embed code, you will need to make sure that you have enabled embed grab checked in your channel settings.
Kaltura playlists are static lists of videos that can be accessed within Kaltura or embedded into Blackboard. For others to view videos in your playlists, the videos must be either unlisted or published to a Kaltura category or channel that your audience has permission to view.
To add items to a new or existing Kaltura playlist:
When the media item is added successfully to your playlist(s), you'll see a green verification message (e.g., "Media added to selected playlist(s): Playlist 1 , Playlist 2"). You may add additional items to your playlists at any time.
Kaltura allows users to view the analytics of individual videos they own or co-own. The details include the video’s performance over time, engagement, access by country, and device overview.
If you use Zoom to make a cloud recording of your meeting, the Zoom recording will automatically be copied to your Kaltura My Media.
Please note, the video will not start converting in Kaltura until it has full uploaded in Zoom Cloud.
To access the Kaltura copy, please follow to steps above to view My Media in to the Kaltura MediaSpace.
Kaltura has a wide range of support documentation for Kaltura MediaSpace and can be found here: