Edutube - Support

Kaltura Edutube allows HCC faculty to upload and distribute media (video & audio) that can be viewed on a variety of platforms. Media may be uploaded through Edutube or Eagle Online. Media may be distributed by integrations with Eagle Online, by embedding into the Learning Web or other websites. Students can upload media ONLY to their My Media and Media Galleries in Eagle Online courses. Kaltura Edutube offers an easy way to caption media.

Overview of Kaltura/Edutube in Eagle Online

Getting Started

My Media Page

The My Media page is where you can access and manage all your media within Kaltura. From here you can add new media or Manage Media you have uploaded or recorded.

Edutube

Follow these steps to access your media on Edutube:

  1. Access Edutube at: edutube.hccs.edu
  2. From the top of the page, click on the My Media link (enter My HCC login when prompted).
  3. Your media will be listed on the My Media page.

Eagle Online

Follow these steps to access your media on Eagle Online:

  1. Access Eagle Online at: eagleonline.hccs.edu
  2. From the top of the page, click on the Faculty tab > click the Media sub-tab > click on Kaltura My Media link below.
  3. Your media will be listed on the My Media page.

Note: see Manage Media for more information on the various media settings available in Kaltura.

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Search Media

Search for Media

Follow these steps to search for media within Edutube:

Search Published Media

Follow these steps to search published media:

  1. Search for all published media by entering keywords into the search bar at the top of the page. Search results are limited to media published by the college or from the Channels area within Edutube.
  2. Sort your search results by most recent, alphabetical or by comments or by media format (video, audio, etc..).
  3. Filter your search results for keywords within all metadata, video captions, channels or categories.
  4. To clear the search text, click on the X in the search field.

Search My Media

Follow these steps to search your media:

  • Search for your own private media by clicking on the My Media link at the top of the page and entering keywords into the search bar near the page heading.
  • To clear the search text, click on the X in the search field.

Search Behavior

Learn about the search behavior:

  • Search criteria may include alphanumeric as well as special characters such as: `, ~, !, @, #, $, %, ^, *, (, ), -, _, =, +, [, ], {, }, ;, :, ', \, |, /, ?
  • The following special characters are not searchable: &, <,>. For example, searching for "hello&world" will not yield any results.
  • The character “/” is not searchable and ignored by the system. For example, searching for the date 1/1/2015 searches for the string 112015.
  • The character '+' is treated as the spacebar - and is used as the AND search operand.
  • The spacebar is treated as an AND search operand. For example, searching for ”hello world” will result with all entries that include both hello and world in one of the searchable entry attributes.
  • The comma (,) character is treated as an OR search operand. For example, searching for hello, world will result with all entries that include either hello, or world in one of the searchable entry attributes.
  • The exclamation (!) character is treated as an AND NOT search operand. For example, searching for hello ! world should result with all entries that include hello but do not include world.
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Browse Media

Follow these steps to browse for media within Edutube.

Shared Media

Learn about shared media:

  • Browse for shared media by clicking on the Channels link at the top of the page.
  • Sort your content view by clicking on the sort content drop down menu underneath the Channels tab. Choose from the following choices: Most Recent, Alphabetical or Members.
  • As you scroll down the page more results will load automatically.

Private Media

Learn about private media:

  • By default media uploaded to Edutube is private.
  • Browse your My Media area to view or upload your own content.
  • Sort your content view by clicking on the sort content drop down menus underneath the My Media heading. Choose from the following choices: Most Recent, Alphabetical, Members, Media Status or Media Type.

Eagle Online users can browse their My Media from within Eagle Online by selecting the Faculty tab > click the Media sub-tab > click on the Manage My Media link from the HCC Learning Cloud module.

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Create Media

Media Upload

Follow these steps to upload media to Edutube or within Eagle Online.

  1. Access Edutube at: edutube.hccs.edu
  2. From the top right corner, click Add New > Media Upload (enter your HCC login if prompted).
  3. Eagle Online users can Upload Media directly from within Eagle Online by following these steps:

    1. Login to Eagle Online at: eagleonline.hccs.edu
    2. Enter your HCC login when prompted.
    3. From within an Eagle Online course click on My Media > click the Add New > Media Upload.
  4. Next from the Media Upload page, click Choose a File to Upload.
  5. Browse and select media files on your computer to upload.
  6. Click the Ok button.
  7. Enter information for required fields about your media (indicated by an asterisk).
  8. Click the Save link to save your changes.
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Webcam Recording

Follow these steps to record yourself using a computer webcam.

  1. Access Edutube at: edutube.hccs.edu
  2. From the top right corner click Add New > Webcam Recording
  3. Eagle Online users can access the Webcam Recorder from within Eagle Online by selecting following these steps:

    1. Login to Eagle Online at:
    2. eagleonline.hccs.edu
    3. Enter your HCC login when prompted.
    4. From within an Eagle Online course click on My Media > click the Add New > Webcam Recording.
  4. Next from the Record from Webcam page > click the Allow button to activate your web camera.
  5. Click on the Record button on the video to begin recording.
  6. Click on the Stop button on the video to end recording.
  7. Click on the Save button on the video to save your recording.

Record Media with CaptureSpace

The CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder from Kaltura is an easy to use tool for recording instructional media. CaptureSpace Lite offers the following options:

  • Capture your Screen, Webcam, and Audio
  • Capture your Screen and Audio
  • Capture Webcam and Audio
  • Capture Audio Only

Once you record media with CaptureSpace you can easily edit your recordings and upload them to Kaltura.

Once uploaded faculty can Add Media to Eagle Online or share links to media.

Download and Install Software

  1. Access Edutube at: edutube.hccs.edu
  2. From the top of the page, click on the My Media link.
  3. Your media will be listed on the My Media page.
  4. Click on the Add New button in the top right corner of the page.
  5. Select Record Media from the list.
  6. From the CaptureSpace page click on a link to download the software for Windows PC or Mac OSX.
  7. Run the installer and follow the on-screen instructions.
  1. Access Eagle Online at: eagleonline.hccs.edu
  2. From within Eagle Online, click on the My Media
  3. Your media will be listed on the My Media page.
  4. Click on the Add New button in the top right corner of the page.
  5. Select Record a Presentation from the list.
  6. From the CaptureSpace page click on a link to download the software for Windows PC or Mac OSX.
  7. Run the installer and follow the on-screen instructions. HCC faculty does not need to contact Tech Support to install this software.

Start a Recording

  1. From the Edutube site click on the Add New button in the top right corner.
  2. Select Record a presentation from the list.
  3. Click on the Launch Application button.
  4. The CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder will launch.
  5. Choose to record your Screen, Screen & Webcam, Webcam or Voice.
  1. From within a Eagle Online course with Edit Mode on click on the Build Content button > click Kaltura Media.
  2. Click on the Add New button in the top right corner.
  3. Select Record Media from the list.
  4. Click on the Launch Application button.
  5. The CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder will launch.
  6. Choose to record your Screen, Screen & Webcam, Webcam or Voice.
After you have launched the recorder from the web for the first time you can then launch the record from your desktop.
  • From your Desktop or Start Menu, click on the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder icon.

Recording Options

After you have launched the recorder from the web for the first time you can then launch the record from your desktop.
  1. Click on Screen in the Record tab.
  2. Select whether to record the entire screen or only a selected area. If you'd like to record the entire screen select Full screen. If you'd like to record a specific area of the screen, click on Select Area. To select an area – drag your mouse over the area you want to capture and release.
  3. When ready, click on Record to start the recording.
  4. Drawing tools are available when recording the screen. The drawing tools can be used to draw freely on the screen during the recording. You can stress important points by drawing a circle around them, or highlight important aspects. Anytime during a recording, you can click on Draw to use the drawing tools.
  1. Click on Screen & Webcam in the Record tab.
  2. Select whether to record the entire screen or only a selected area. If you'd like to record the entire screen select Full screen. If you'd like to record a specific area of the screen, click on Select Area. To select an area – drag your mouse over the area you want to capture and release.
  3. When ready, click on Record to start the recording.
  4. Drawing tools are available when recording the screen. The drawing tools can be used to draw freely on the screen during the recording. You can stress important points by drawing a circle around them, or highlight important aspects. Anytime during a recording, you can click on Draw to use the drawing tools.
  5. Click Done when finished recording.
  1. Click on Webcam in the Record tab.
  2. You are presented with a preview for about 5 seconds. The recording then starts.
  3. Click Done when finished recording.
  • Click on Voice in the Record tab. You will see a countdown before the recording begins.
  • Control the recording using the recording player.
  • Click Done when finished.
  • Edit a Recording

    This option allows you to trim the beginning and ending of a recording.

    To trim a recording:

    1. In the Library tab, select the recording you would like to edit.
    2. Click on the Preview Media icon and then click on the Preview button at the bottom of the screen.
    3. Select Trim from the menu on the left. Two blue markers are displayed on the video strip.
    4. Use the Start and End markers to highlight the part of the recording you want to retain. The region to the left and right of the markers is greyed out. Trimming is only possible if the resulting recording is longer than 10 seconds.
    5. Click Apply and then click Done.

    All edits made to the recording are made to the original file.

    This option allows you to chop parts of the recording.

    To chop a recording:

    1. In the Library tab, select the recording you would like to edit.
    2. Click on the Preview Media icon and then click on the Preview button at the bottom of the screen.
    3. Select Chop from the menu on the left. Two blue markers are displayed on the video strip.
    4. Use the Start and End markers to highlight the part of the recording you want to retain. The region to the left and right of the markers are greyed out. Chopping is only possible if the resulting recording is longer than 10 seconds.
    5. Click Apply and then click Done.

    All edits made to the recording will be made to the original file.

    To add a title to a video

    1. In the Library tab, select the recording you would like to edit.
    2. Click on the Preview Media icon and then click on Preview at the bottom of the screen.
    3. Select Add Title from the menu on the left. You can edit the text on the titles. You can also add multiple titles to a video.
    4. Click Apply and then click Done.

    All edits made to the recording are made to the original file.

    Adding a title is NOT supported on Windows 8.1 or on recordings of Lectures & Presentations using a presentation.

    To add credits to a video

    1. In the Library tab, select the recording you would like to edit.
    2. Click on the Preview Media icon and then click on Preview at the bottom of the screen.
    3. Select Add Credits from the menu on the left. You can edit the text on the credits. You can also add multiple credits to a video.
    4. Click Apply and then click Done.

    All edits made to the recording are made to the original file.

    Adding credits is NOT supported on Windows 8.1 or on recordings of Lectures & Presentations using a presentation.

    Upload a Recording

    You can upload media immediately after recording or by clicking on the Library Tab to upload previous recordings.

    • From the Edit and Preview window click the Done button.
    • Enter a Title, Description and Tags for your media and click Save.
    • Click on Upload to begin uploading. Click the Save button to save the recording to the Library tab and upload at a later time.

    After the video finishes uploading, a notification with a link to the recording is displayed.

    Note: It may take several minutes for the media to appear on your My Media page.
    • Launch the CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder
    • Select the Library tab.
    • Select the recording you would like to upload and click Upload now.
    • Enter a Title, Description and Tags for your media and click Save.
    • Click on Upload to begin uploading.

    After the video finishes uploading, a notification with a link to the recording is displayed.

    Note: It may take several minutes for the media to appear on your My Media page.

    Add Media to Eagle Online

    Once you upload media to Kaltura you can then add media to a Eagle Online course as a standalone content item (Kaltura Media mashup).

    Captioning Media

    What needs to be Captioned?

    Learn about what needs to be captioned:

    Houston Community College is committed to the fundamental academic principle of accessibility by providing equal access to all of HCC’s programs & services. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, 1990) & the ADA Amendments Act (2008), protects persons with disabilities from discrimination through barriers to communication. Communications with individuals with disabilities must be as effective as communication with others. The use of captioned media is one method in breaking down these barriers to equal communication access. Media in this context refers to audio and video.

    There are two main categories of media:

    1. HCC Media: media that is produced by an HCC faculty or staff.
    2. Third party media- YouTube, Khan Academy, TED Talks, publisher’s media, etc… HCC Media in this policy refers to Audio and video resources that have been uploaded through Kaltura in Eagle Online or Edutube athttp://edutube.hccs.edu.This is the only media we can captioned. We can’t caption YouTube media, or other third party media because they reside in an external server and we don’t have rights to the media.

    Media resources are differentiated by the following categories:

    1. Media created each semester for use by students only for that semester. This primarily reflects lecture capture videos or single use videos to be displayed for students in that one semester.
    2. Media used in the classroom that is provided beyond capturing a lecture or media that may be used for more than one semester. Examples— purpose-made discipline-specific videos, YouTube, Khan Academy, TED talks.

    All media resources that fall under the 2nd category should be captioned.

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    Human Captioning vs Machine Captioning

    Learn about the different between Human Captions vs Machine Captions:

    • At HCC faculty have the option of captioning using Machine Captioning or Human Captioning.
    • Voice recognition and other new technologies are certainly playing a large role in making media more accessible to all users. For now, though, it is still preferred that a transcript for use in closed captioning be created by a professional, human transcriptionist.
    • While human transcriptionists may have to make extra effort deciphering other dialects or learning new terms, they still maintain many advantages over computers. The best voice recognition is trained to the pattern and speaking style of a specific voice, whereas most humans have experience listening to and interacting with people that speak in various dialects. Humans also benefit from collective memory, which means that new terms and phrases can get communicated and remembered very quickly across culture.
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    How to Order Caption?

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to order captions:

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    How to edit Caption?

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to edit captions:

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    Share Media

    Publish Media to Channels

    Faculty can publish media to Channels to share media with specific users and groups. Channels are only avaialble in Edutube.

    See What is a Channel to learn more.

    1. Access Edutube at: edutube.hccs.edu
    2. From the top right corner, click on the User Menu > then click on My Media
    3. Next click on a media thumbnail or title from the My Media list.
    4. Click the Actions button then select Publish from the menu.
    5. Note: you must complete all required metadata fields before publishing to Channels. If prompted edit the details of the entry before publishing to channels.
    6. Check the boxes to select one or more channels to publish your media to. Your media will be added to those channels. To unpublish your media repeat these steps above and uncheck the boxes to remove the media from the channel.
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    Link to Media

    You can share links to media from Edutube. Links to media are not available from Canvas.

    1. Access Edutube at: edutube.hccs.edu > click on the My Media link from the top of the page.
    2. From the My Media page click on a media thumbnail or title from the list.
    3. From the media viewing page click the Share button under the media player.
    4. Copy the link to share with others.
    5. Note: you must Publish your media as Unlisted or to a Channel before you can share media with others. See Media Privacy Settings for more information on media publishing options. See Channel Privacy Settings for more information on channel media.

    Publish Media Before Sharing

    1. Click the Actions button.
    2. Select Publish from the menu.
    3. Select Unlisted. Your media will be visible to anyone with a link to the page.
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    Copy HTML Embeded Code

    You can embed media within your Eagle Online course. Follow these steps to copy HTML embed code from media within Edutube. See further instructions below to paste HTML embed code into your Eagle Online course, faculty website or blog.

    1. From your My Media page in Edutube click on a media thumbnail or title from the list.
    2. Click the Share button under the media player.
    3. Click on the Embed link.
    4. Select a Player Skin (Dark, Light or Hover Controls).
    5. Select a Player Size (Large, Medium or Small).
    6. Copy the HTML embed code and paste the code into your Eagle Online course, faculty website or blog.
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    Media Privacy Settings

    By default all media uploaded to Kaltura is private. In Edutube you must publish your media as Unlisted or to a Channel before others can view it. Access media from your My Media page.

    Control your media privacy settings by following these instructions below.

    1. From your My Media page in Edutube click on a media thumbnail or title from the list.
    2. Next click the thumbnail or title of the published media that you want to make private.
    3. Click the Actions button then select Publish from the menu.

    Media Publishing Options:

    • Private: Media uploaded to Edutube is private by default and only accessible to the owner.
    • Unlisted: Media visible to anyone with link to page.
    • Published: Media will be visible within the Edutube Channels area.

    You must be logged into Edutube to access Channels. Media within Private Channels will only be visible to invited members.

  • Click the Save button.
  • Click the OK button to confirm your changes. A confirmation message will display underneath the media.
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    Manage Media

    Manage Media

    You can manage media you have uploaded or been assigned as owner from the My Media Page.

    Edutube

    Access Edutube at: edutube.hccs.edu

    • From the top of the page, click on the My Media link.
    • Your media will be listed on the My Media page.
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    Edit Media Details

    Follow these steps to edit media information such as title, description, author, tags and more.

    1. From your My Media page > click the Edit button for the media entry you want to edit in the list.
    2. From the Edit Media page > Enter text information into the required fields.
    3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the Save button to save your changes.
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    Download Media

    Follow these steps to download media.

    1. From your My Media page > click the Edit button for the media entry you want to download.
    2. Click the Download Media button from the video player control bar. The video file will begin downloading to your computer.
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    Delete Media

    Follow these steps to delete media from Kaltura Media.

    CAUTION: deleting media from within Edutube or Eagle Online will permanently remove that media. Keep copies of your original videos before deleting video in Kaltura.
    1. From your My Media page > click the Delete button for the media entry you want to delete in the list.
    2. Click the Delete button once again from the confirmation message.
    TIP: To delete multiple entries at once, check the boxes next to the entries, click the Actions button and select Delete.
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    Manage Comments

    Viewers can comment on media entries within Edutube. Follow these steps to enable/disable comments for your media.

    1. From your My Media page > click the Edit button for the media entry you want to edit in the list.
    2. From the Edit Media page > click the Options tab and select the Disable comments for this media checkbox. The Comments tab will then not be displayed on the media page. To enable comments leave the box unchecked.
    Note: Comments that were entered before you disable the comment feature are re-displayed if you re-enable comments. To prevent additional comments on a media item select the Close Discussion checkbox. On the Comments tab of the media page, Comments closed is displayed and the Add a Comment field is not displayed.
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    Thumbnails

    Follow these steps to change the media thumbnail image.

    1. From your My Media page > click the Edit button for the media entry you want to add a thumbnail image to.
    2. In the Edit Media page > click the Thumbnails tab.
    3. Click on Upload, Capture or Auto-Generate to set the default thumbnail.

    Thumbnail Options

    By using Upload, Capture or Auto-Generate you will set the default thumbnail as the selected one. If you need to backup your current thumbnail, you can Download it.

    • Upload: upload a thumbnail from your desktop and use it as the default thumbnail.
    • Capture: use the above player to to seek the frame you would like to use as your default thumbnail and then click on the Capture button.
    • Auto-Generate: select one thumbnail from ten automatically generated thumbnails of this video and set it as the default thumbnail.
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    Attachments

    You can attach files of any type to media, enabling viewers to download the file while viewing the media entry.

    1. From your My Media page > click the Edit button for the media entry you want to add attachments to.
    2. In the Edit Media page > click the Attachments tab. Here you can view all the file attachments for the media entry.
    3. Click the Upload File button to attach a file to the media entry.
    4. The Upload Attachment dialog will appear.
    5. Browse your computer to select a file.
    6. Add a Title andDescription for the attached file.
    7. Click the Save button.

    Repeat these steps to attach additional files.

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    Chapters & Slides

    Students can navigate through your videos using slides and chapters. After chapters and slides are created, the video player displays with the chapters and slides view options.

    • Chapter: marker in the video that is used to provide context to a segment of the media.
    • Slide: a synchronized image to the main video.

    Follow these steps to add Chapters and Slides to your videos.

    1. From your My Media page > click the Edit button for the media entry you want to add chapters or slides to.
    2. Select the Timeline tab. Here you can view all the chapters and slides in the video.
      1. Create Chapter: place the cursor on the timeline and click the Create Chapter button.
      2. Create Slide: place the cursor on the timeline and click the Create Slide button.
    3. Click the Save button when finished.

    Chapter Options:

    After you create a chapter, you can:

    • Add or modify or delete the Chapter Title.
    • Select a thumbnail. You can upload a thumbnail image for the chapter, or automatically create one from the video.
    • Add or modify the Chapter Description (optional).
    • Add Search Tags (optional).
    • Click View in Player to see your changes.
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    Replace Video

    Use Replace Video from the Edit Media page to replace video and preserve links and analytics to the video. Replacing Video is only available to the video owner.

    1. From your My Media page > click the Edit button for the media entry you want to replace.
    2. In the Edit Media page > click the Replace Video tab.
    3. Next click Choose a File to Upload.
    4. Browse and select media files on your computer to upload.
    5. Click the Ok button.
    CAUTION: Replace Video will replace the source video permanently. Keep copies of your original videos before replacing video in Kaltura.
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    Trim & Clip Video

    Use the trimming tool accessible from the Edit Media page to trim the start and/or end of your video. Trimming is only available to the video owner.

    1. From your My Media page > click the Edit button for the media entry you want to Trim or Clip.
    2. From the Edit Media page > click the Trim Video tab.
    3. Use the Trimming Timeline or enter exact start and end times.
      TIP: Drag the edges of the start and end points with your mouse to set the trim range or enter a start time and end time in the time fields.
    4. Press Play and click Set Starting Point of the video clip.
    5. Select Set Ending Point as the end point of the video clip.
    6. Click Trim Video or Create Clip.
    CAUTION: Trim Video will modify the source video permanently. Use Create Clip to trim a copy and preserve the original movie in Kaltura.
    NOTE: Trimming is not available for entries containing captions.
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    Channels

    What is a Channel?

    Learn about channels:

    A Channel is simply a collection of users and media. Within Edutube users can create channels, add/remove media to channels, control channel privacy, add other users to channels and manage their permissions. Channels are not available from Eagle Online.

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    Channel Users & Permissions

    Add members to channels and manage their permissions.

    User Permissions

    Learn about user permissions:

    Below are the permission levels available for a channel owner to assign to members.

    • Member: View channel content only.
    • Contributor: View channel content and add media to the channel.
    • Moderator: View channel content, add media to the channel, and moderate channel content.
    • Manager: View channel content, add media to the channel, moderate channel content, and manage the channel (delegate managerial rights to additional users).

    Add Members to a Channel

    Learn how to add members to a Channel:

    Note: Adding members applies only to channels that are restricted or public.
    1. From Edutube click the User Menu > select My Channels and then click on a channel.
    2. Select Actions > Edit.

      If you are the channel manager or owner, you are able to add members to the channel.

    3. Click on the Members tab
    4. Click Add Member.
      • In the Add Member window under
      • Enter user name, start typing a user name to display user names, and select a member to add.
      • Under Set permission, select the member's permission.
      • click Add to add the selected member with the specified permission.

    To modify a Channel User's Permission

    Learn how to modify user permissions:

    1. On the My Channels page, click Edit.
    2. On the Members tab, click on the Pencil icon to edit the member's permission level.
    3. A drop down appears > Select a permission level from the list.
    4. Click the Save icon to apply the modified permission to the member.
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    Channel Privacy Settings

    Control who gets to view content and participate with your channels.

    • Open: Membership is open and non-members can view content and participate.
    • Restricted: Non-members can view content, but users must be invited to participate
    • Private: Membership is by invitation only and only members can view content and participate.
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    Create a Channel

    Learn how to create a channel:

    1. From MediaSpace click on the User Menu > then click on My Channels.
    2. On the My Channels page > click Create Channel.
    3. The Create a New Channel page is displayed.
    4. On the Create New Channel page enter values for:
      • Name: Enter the channel name to display on the Channels page.
      • Description: Enter a summary of the channel content to display on the My Channels page.
      • Tags: Enter a descriptive tag to use in searches.
    5. Select the channel Privacy Settings.
      • Open: Membership is open and non-members can view content and participate.
      • Restricted: Non-members can view content, but users must be invited to participate
      • Private: Membership is by invitation only and only members can view content and participate.
    6. (Optional) Select the options settings for the channel.
      • Moderate content (Media will not appear in channel until approved by channel manager.)
      • Enable comments in channels.
      • Enable subscription to channel
    7. Click the Save button.
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    Manage Channel Media

    In the Add Media to a Channel page you can add existing media or upload new content to the channel.

    1. From Edutube click on the User Menu > select My Channels.
    2. Click on the Channel that you want to add content to.
    3. Click on the Add Media button.
    4. Select the content you want to add to the channel and click Publish.

    To Add New Media

    Click here to follow the instructions for Uploading Media.

    Delete media from a channel

    1. From MediaSpace click on the User Menu > select My Channels.
    2. Click on the Channel that you want to delete content from.
    3. Select the content you want to delete and click Delete.
    4. Confirm the deletion.
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    Moderating Channel Content

    Channel managers and moderators approve or reject content when a channel manager's approval is required before media is displayed.

    To moderate channel content

    1. On the Channels icon, click on Edit.
    2. In the Edit channel name page options section, select Moderate.
    3. Click Save. The channel is now moderated. If content is uploaded to the channel the status will be pending approval.

    Note: If media is waiting for moderation, you cannot preview or publish it until it is approved. You can edit media information while waiting for moderation.

    To approve content that is pending

    1. Go the My Channels page.
    2. Click on the pending link on a channel that has media pending or on the Channel page click Browse Pending. The browser pending media window is displayed.
    3. Click Approve or Reject. Approved content is displayed on the channel page. Rejected content will not be added to the channel.
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    Delete a Channel

    Learn how to delete a channel:

    1. On the My Channels page, click on Edit.
    2. From the Edit Channel page click Delete.
    3. Click Delete to confirm the deletion.

    Note: Deleting a channel does not delete the media from MediaSpace.

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    Media Playlists

    Create a Playlist

    In Edutube you can create playlists and associate media with the playlists.

    1. Browse to the media that you would like to add to a playlist.
    2. Select the "Add to Playlist" option under the Actions dropdown.
    3. The My Media page is displayed.
    4. Enter a Name and click Create.

    After you create a playlist, it appears on the My Playlists page where you can preview it, edit the sequence of media, select design of playlist, and grab the embed code.

    Note: You cannot add video presentations to playlists.
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    Add Media to Playlists

    Follow the tutorial below to add media to playlists:

    1. Browse to the media that you would like to add to a playlist.
    2. Select Add to Playlists from the Actions dropdown.
    3. Check the playlists you want to add the media to or create a new playlist and click Save.
    4. The media is added to the new playlist.
    5. Click Go to My Playlists to preview the content, edit the sequence of media, select design of playlist, and grab the embed code.
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    Remove Media from a Playlist

    Follow the tutorial below to remove media from playlists:

    1. Click the media thumbnail or title that you want to remove from a playlist.
    2. Select Add to Playlists from the Actions drop down menu.
    3. Uncheck the playlist that you want to remove media from.
    4. Click Save.
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    Manage Playlists

    After you create a playlist, you can preview the playlist, reorder the media in the playlist, design the playlist, and copy the playlist’s embed code.

    1. Select My Playlists from the User menu.
    2. Select the playlist name to view all the content in the playlist.

    For the selected playlist, you can do the following:

    • Delete the playlist.
    • Drag and drop the content to reorder the videos in the playlist.
    • Remove videos from the playlist.
    • Copy the playlist's embed code to paste it on a web site.
    • Share the playlist via email.
    • Select the layout and color of the playlist.
    • Add entries to playlists.
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    Kaltura in Eagle Online

    Authorizing Kaltura in Canvas— for Students & Faculty

    Watch the tutorial below if you are first time student or faculty use Kaltura in Canvas:

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    Overview of Using Edutube in Canvas

    This video below is an overview of how to use Edutube in Canvas / Eagle Online.

    Uploading Media to My Media

    Watch the tutorial below to learn uploading your new media:

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    Youtube Videos in My Media

    Watch the tutorial below to learn about Youtube videos in My Media:

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    Working with Media in My Media

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to add captions:

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    Canvas' My Media vs Media Gallery

    Watch the tutorial below to learn about my media vs media gallery:

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    Ordering Captions and Transcripts

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to order captions and transcripts:

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    Editing Captions and Transcripts

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to edit captions and transcripts:

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    Media Collaboration Between Faculty

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to learn about media collaboration between faculty:

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    Creating Video Assignments using Kaltura

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to create video assignments using Kaltura:

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    Creating In-Video Quizzes

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to create in-video quizzes:

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    Creating a Graded In-Video Quiz

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to create a grades in-video quiz:

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    Timeline Presentation- Synching Powerpoint with Media

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to create timeline presentation ans synching powerpoint with media:

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    Making Playlists in Media Gallery

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to make a playlist in media gallery:

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    Record a Presentation - Audio Recording

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to create an audio recording how to create an audio recording using Kaltura CaptureSpace Lite and upload it to My Media in Canvas:

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    Record a Presentation tool - Using Capture Space lite

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to use recording software CaptureSpace Lite to record a presentation:

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    Creating a Live Event or Webcast

    Watch the tutorial below to learn how to create a live event or webcast:

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