The Kaltura MyMedia library within Blackboard contains all video, audio, and images contributed by the user, regardless of the course.
From the user’s MyMedia Library, users can:
- Upload video, audio, and images
- Create a screen capture, record PowerPoint presentation, record webcam video, and record audio (via Kaltura Capture)
- Manage, edit, and share media
- Add bookmarks and chapters to video
- Download media
Media can be added by clicking Add New , and then uploading media from your computer or creating a webcam recording or access the CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder.
To Upload New Media from Your Computer
Select Add New and select Media Upload.
Click Choose a file to Upload then locate and select a media file from your computer.
Your video title along with a progress meter will appear.
While the media is uploading—optionally enter a new title of the video, a description, and any keyword tags that may help in a search.
Creating a Webcam Recording
See the following articles:
- Webcam Recordings
- Uploading Video to the Media Gallery
- Publishing Media to a course Media Gallery
- Approving Media for the Course Media Gallery
Creating a Presentation via Kaltura Capture Desktop Recorder.
Edit Tab Details
Users can edit and trim video in various ways. Click the pencil icon next to a video to see editing options.
Faculty and students can share media ownership to allow other users to edit, copy or publish media on their behalf. To share ownership see Sharing Ownership of Media.
Faculty and students can now add captions to media by requesting automated or manual captioning.
This is an image seen before the media begins playing. Upload an image or choose a still from the video.
Users can download their original source file.
Users can place chapter markers along the timeline of a video. The chapter markers allow viewers to go directly to a designated point in a video. To add chapters to your media see How to Create Video Chapters.
To remove unwanted content from the beginning, middle, or end of your video, use the editor tool.
Detailed information is available in the Kaltura Video Editing Tools - User Guide.