Kaltura is a streaming media server, similar to YouTube. Why does streaming matter? Because streaming allows you to view video and audio without downloading huge files.

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Pinned Article Getting Started with Kaltura Media Server

Provides a media streaming server for staff, students and staff. Media can be shared internally in the LMS (Canvas) and to the public.

Pinned Article How to download Kaltura videos

Use this step-by-step guide to learn how to download your Kaltura videos to your computer.

Pinned Article Use Kaltura to Record Webcam & Embed in Canvas

A guide for students to use Kaltura to record and embed in Canvas.

Accessing Settings for your Kaltura Video

This article broadly covers how to access settings for existing Kaltura media. See related articles for detailed information on editing video, viewing analytics, etc.

Add Captions to Kaltura Videos

Video captions ensure accessibility for students with hearing impairments and helps the university comply with state and federal laws. Use this guide to add or edit captions on your Kaltura videos.

Upload Existing Video from your Desktop to Kaltura My Media (Canvas)

A guide for uploading existing video files into Kaltura on Canvas

Viewing Kaltura Media Analytics

This article will show you how to view user analytics for deployed Kaltura Media in blackboard. Minutes Viewed, Plays, Unique Viewers, Completion Rate, etc.

Adding Collaborators to a Kaltura Video

Learn how to add collaborators to your Kaltura videos with this step-by-step guide. The article covers adding collaborators to both new and existing videos, and includes clear screenshots to help you navigate the process with ease.

How to Change Ownership for a Kaltura Video/Media

Learn how to change the ownership of your Kaltura video with this step-by-step tutorial.

How To Contribute Media to a Course Media Gallery

This tutorial provides a step-by-step guide on how to upload media to a course gallery in Canvas. It includes instructions on adding media to the My Media folder in Canvas, selecting the Course Media Gallery in a Canvas course, and publishing media to the gallery.