We’ve recently published several posts running through everything you need to know to start using Kaltura. Today, we’ll be reviewing that info and pulling it together for easy access!
Introduction and Important Terms
Kaltura can be accessed through both a website and your Canvas course! Some tasks can only be completed in one place or the other, so make sure you’re familiar with the different locations. Check out “Kaltura: Introduction and Important Terms” for details.
Adding Videos to your Library
Whether you’re uploading Teams Meeting recordings or other videos you’ve created, you’ll need to know how to bring those files into Kaltura. “Kaltura: Adding Videos to your Library” walks you through the steps necessary for each type of video – including bringing in videos from YouTube or mobile devices.
You have a good grasp on the important Kaltura terms. You have videos in your Kaltura library. Now you just need to know how to best share them so students can watch. Check out “Kaltura: Sharing Videos” for all those details.
Creating Videos, Editing Videos, and Creating Playlists
We’ve covered how to work with existing media so far, but Kaltura also makes it easy to record videos. You can also do some simple editing of those videos, and you can add some structure to a series of videos by creating a playlist. “Kaltura: Creating Videos, Editing Videos, and Creating Playlists” has all the information you need to know to get started.
Video Analytics and Creating Video Quizzes
Our last stop in this resource roundup is video analytics and creating video quizzes. Kaltura makes both of these easy, and we’ve compiled all the information you need to get started in “Kaltura: Video Analytics and Creating Video Quizzes”.
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