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 Kaltura Video Service

 Kaltura is UC's enterprise media streaming and video repository tool. It is available within Canvas, Blackboard and as a stand-alone software option.

What is Kaltura?

Kaltura is UC's enterprise video content creation, streaming and video repository tool. It is available within Canvas, Blackboard or college/departmental Kaltura Media Space (KMS) pages and as a stand-alone video creation software option (New Kaltura Capture).

Kaltura at UC

Students, faculty and staff have the ability to upload existing videos to Kaltura’s repository. Alternatively, videos can be recorded via Kaltura Capture and uploaded into Canvas and Blackboard. All colleges at UC also have a public-facing Kaltura Media Space (KMS) page, very similar to organizational pages on YouTube.

New Kaltura Capture

Kaltura Capture is the new upgraded version of video capturing software (previously called Kaltura CaptureSpace) from Kaltura. Kaltura Capture is a video tool that allows both instructors and students to create, upload, and publish videos for use in their classes. This may include a webcam video, an audio recording, a screen recording, a PowerPoint presentation or a combination.

 

KB articles about Kaltura Capture in Canvas

KB Articles about Kaltura Capture in Blackboard

 

My Media (Blackboard/KMS)

The My Media area within Kaltura serves many purposes. It provides users with their own personal media storage and tools to create, edit, manage and share that media. There are three ways to access Kaltura’s My Media area, in Blackboard, Canvas and via the main or college KMS. 

KB Articles about My Media

 

(NEW!) Kaltura In-Video Quizzing 

In-Video Quizzing embeds multiple choice questions at any point in a Kaltura video. Creators can easily add their own questions through a user-friendly interface. These questions are attached to the video and ‘travel’ with it wherever it is embedded or inserted into Blackboard. 

KB Articles about Kaltura In-Video Quizzing

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