Kaltura is Harvard GSE's video hosting platform. Kaltura integrates with Canvas via the Media Gallery link in the left-side course navigation menu, and video the toolbar widget in the Canvas Rich Content Editor. Video content can be uploaded to your repostitory and the course repository via either tool. If you choose, you can embed Kaltura content within Canvas pages, discussions, and announcements. Please note that the Media Gallery link is not visible to students; in order to share video with students, it must be embedded in a Canvas content area the students have access to....
Kaltura's CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder allows you to capture and record your screen, webcam, and audio all in real-time. In order to access CaptureSpace and upload your content into your course, you'll first have to download and install CaptureSpace to your computer. We will review two methods for accessing CaptureSpace: via Assignments and Pages.
Downloading & Installing CaptureSpace
Depending on how the course is structured, you may be able to upload and submit your video to Canvas via an Assignment, or by uploading your video...
There are a few different ways to upload your recordings to Canvas, we'll cover each method below depending on if you are submitting to an assignment, or looking to upload and embed your video on a page for everyone in the course to view.
Uploading and Publishing from CaptureSpace to an Assignment / Page
After you upload your recording directly from CaptureSpace into Kaltura, you will have to publish your recording later to the respective course's Media Gallery in order for it to be accessible to the course.
If you would like to give individuals access to your videos so that they can either edit or publish your video(s), or do both on your behalf, you can add them as a collaborator to your video(s) with two levels of permissions. By default the uploader is also called the owner of the video and automatically has full access to editing and publishing the video.
The Co-Editor permission allows a user access to eidting the video content and meta data associated with the video. The user is not able...
Videos that you have uploaded into one course's Media Gallery will not automatically appear in another course's Media Gallery; you have to manually publish them to each course that you would like to share videos to.
You are able to publish videos directly from the current course's Media Gallery, or you can publish videos directly from My Media.
Once you have published your videos, they will appear in the course's Media Gallery for other course members with staff-level access (TA/TF/Teacher) to view and have access to.