Kaltura Capture is a Mac and PC application that allow users to record their screen, along with webcam and audio. Great for recording PowerPoint presentations. Capture replaces “CaptureSpace” and is a new download. To install and for more information, see https://its.gmu.edu/knowledge-base/kaltura-capture-new/
Capture Express- immediately open your webcam in your browser and record audio and/or video. Great for faculty feedback to students or video discussion boards.
Interactive Video Quizzes allow you to add quiz questions on top of existing videos. Grades can be sent to the Blackboard Grade Center. Recent additions include:
New question types: Multiple Choice, True and False, Reflection Point (video pause with text), Open Question (free text answer)
Multiple Attempts (2-100) now an option
Accessibility keyboard shortcuts
- Hotspots: Add text on top of existing Kaltura videos. Create clickable object in a video, that allow you to customize what happens when a viewer clicks.
Playlists: build and embed playlist players directly from media published or added to a course media gallery.
Additional video editing features include chop and splice, show or hide audio, real time marker with quick action and time code.
Download: easily download original source video now located on the player controls available only to media owners in their MyMedia, not a course.
When adding Kaltura videos to courses, the video is larger for improved viewing when not full screen.
Unmute: Videos will begin play muted - user must click Unmute. Most browsers now require videos to begin muted.
More sharing options: in your My Media, choose to share a video with another person as a co-editor, co-viewer, or co-publisher
Change ownership: hand over ownership of a video to another user
Blackboard Help Pages
- Collaborate sessions are fully supported on mobile devices (Safari for iPhones/iPads, Chrome for Android)
- A guest phone number is available for those only joining via phone
- Browser pop-up notifications allow users sharing their full screen to still receive notifications such as new chat messages
- Instructors/Moderators can share files to breakout groups
- Instructors/Moderators can view students/attendees connectivity strength
- Instructors/Moderators can add questions to polling
Kaltura CaptureSpace is now Capture!
Kaltura CaptureSpace, the free Mac and PC software to create audio and video recordings, is now replaced by Kaltura Capture. The name is similar, but Capture is much easier to use. Kaltura Capture download and usage instructions are available in the ITS Knowledgebase.
IMPORTANT: All recordings made in CaptureSpace should be uploaded to Blackboard by the end of May. To check for recordings not yet uploaded, open CaptureSpace on your computer and click Library. Recordings not uploaded to Blackboard MyMedia will say “Not Uploaded” and provides an upload option.
The Bluepulse feedback tool has been replaced with Feedback Box.
Instructors and students can now download instructor annotations papers. Previously, annotations were only visible in the browser. The download option available for papers submitted in DOC, DOCX, PDF, PPT, and PPTX formats.
Course Customizations (Instructors)
Instructor Grade Center improvements: The full text of column names are now displayed and instructors can click a full-screen button to see a larger version of the grade center.
Instructors can change the color of the course menu (Control Panel > Customization > Properties).
The Respondus Monitor report, which allows instructors to review students' online test attempts, is improved. The new dashboard includes a ranked Review Priority scoring system (Low, Medium, High) that provides instructors an easy way to identify exam sessions that require deeper scrutiny.
Kaltura Webcam recording, which allowed users to record their webcam in the browser, is no longer available. The tool was Flash dependent which is no longer supported. Users can also use the Kaltura CaptureSpace application to record their webcam. Users could also record webcam using another program on their computer or record on their smartphone, and upload to Kaltura.
Kaltura video editing – additional editing options are available including clipping and trimming videos in your My Media.
Kaltura quizzing – additional question types are now available. They include True/False and Inflection Point (pause the video and add text to the screen).