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 Kaltura Screen Recording Instructions

 Guide for recording your screen using the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder.

If you have not downloaded and installed the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder tool, go HERE. To learn more about the other features of the University's Kaltura Video service, please see the Kaltura GettingStarted Guide.

For this, you will need:
1.   Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder Tool
2.   Microphone

Recording your screen and voice

1.   Launch the CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder tool from either the My Media area in Blackboard or from your desktop or Start Menu (PC) or in the Applications area (Mac).

2.   Before recording, go to the Settings tab and verify that the correct microphone is selected. Click on the Record tab, and then select the Screen button.


3.   You have the option to record the entire screen or a portion of the screen. The full screen option will record your entire screen. The select area option will allow you to record a specific area of the screen. To select an area – drag your mouse over the area you want to capture and


4.   Click the Record button when you are ready to record. There will be a five second count down before the recording starts.

5.   The recording toolbar may not be visible while you are recording.  To make it appear, click on the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder icon on the task bar for the PC or on the dock for Mac.

6.   The recording toolbar will appear. It allows you to activate the Drawing Tools, pause the recording or end the recording when you are finished.


7.   Click the Done button when you are finished recording. The editing (link to editing KB) window will automatically launch after the recording is finished.


*NOTE: Captioning, transcription, and interpretation services are available through the AESS Communication Access Team.

If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact the
IT@UC Service Desk at (513)556-4357 or via email at HelpDesk@uc.edu.

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