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When you encounter an empty text box in Moodle you'll notice the formatting toolbar. This toolbar displays various icons that help you modify your text's appearance. There is an icon in this toolbar that allows you to insert a Kaltura video directly into ...
With Kaltura, creating a video using your webcam can be done in a variety of ways. Students may wish to submit a webcam video to a discussion post or assignment, while instructors may want to add a webcam video to their course page. Use the information be...
Closed captioning can be added to any video uploaded to Kaltura.  Plymouth State University has unlimited automated captioning with 70%-80% Accuracy. TO ADD CAPTIONS, ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS ADD THE TAG “CAPTIONASR” TO YOUR VIDEO.  TO DO THIS: 1. On the...
The Kaltura system offers instructors the ability to create and grade video assignments through Moodle. Set up as a traditional Moodle assignment (click here to learn more [https://support.plymouth.edu/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/178/0/setting-u...
There are times when you may want to download a video from your Kaltura library in order to upload it to another site, share it via email, or store it on your personal computer or hard drive. Through your Kaltura Media Gallery in Moodle, downloading a vid...
The following is a list of commonly asked Kaltura questions. For other inquiries not found on this list, please contact the ITS HELP DESK at (603) 535-2929, via email at HELPDESK@PLYMOUTH.EDU, or visit them at the Lamson Library front desk. * Screen R...
Kaltura has recently introduced a new screen, webcam, and audio recorder called CaptureSpace. The software can be accessed and downloaded through Moodle, and then used as a stand-alone application. You can easily record videos and upload them to your Kalt...
All Moodle users will have access to their own personal media library. By accessing this library, you will be able to watch any of your uploaded videos as well as share them with people within or outside of Plymouth State. In this area you can also access...
You can upload videos from a mobile device directly to Moodle by accessing your course through any browser app. Uploads will likely be faster and more successful with a Wifi connection.  1. Record your video using your camera app. Be sure to hold your ph...