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Article Id: 19968
Category: Add-Ons

Whenever automatic captions are generated in Zoom, they are captured as a .VTT file. Your VTT file can be readily downloaded and viewed as text by following the directions below. Opening Your Zoom Transcript (.VTT) File as Text 1. Login to ...
Article Id: 20347
Category: Add-Ons

Kaltura is an online software that lets you upload videos and audios to Moodle. This article will explain to you how to add slides and slide decks to Kaltura video. The steps below assumes that you have already uploaded a video to Kalura. Add slides and slide decks to Kaltura video 1. Go...
Article Id: 19776
Category: Faculty & Instructors

Kaltura is a streaming service that plays videos and audio directly in Moodle. This article explains how instructors can add media files to the My Media area in Moodle. Files added here are private to the user until they have been added to a course. See Adding a Kaltura Video Resource to add a video to your...
Article Id: 16949
Category: Faculty & Instructors

The Kaltura Media Assignment allows students to submit media for a grade. Submissions can be audio, video, or images. To Add a Kaltura Media Assignment 1. Login to Moodle and select your course. 2. Turn editing on by clicking the ...
Article Id: 16924
Category: Faculty & Instructors

The Kaltura plugin for Moodle adds several features that enable instructors to add and manage video and audio content in their Moodle courses. Specifically, it provides a Kaltura Video Resource and Kaltura Video Assignment .
Article Id: 18523
Category: Faculty & Instructors

Instructors can embed a Kaltura video in any activity or resource using a special button in the text editor. Both instructors and students can embed a video in a Moodle Forum post. Essentially, a video can be added almost anywhere text would normally be used. To Embed a Kaltura Video within an Activity or Resource: 1. Login...
Article Id: 18597
Category: Faculty & Instructors

Kaltura: How to Download a Caption File Once you have successfully edited the video captions, you will need to create a downloadable transcript and make it available below the embedded video. 1. Log into Moodle. 2. Access My Media. 3.
Article Id: 19840
Category: Faculty & Instructors

By default, videos that are added to Kaltura do not allow downloads. However, an owner of a video can change this setting to download a copy of it. How to Download a Kaltura Video: 1. Login to Moodle using your myLSU ID and password.
Article Id: 19710
Category: Faculty & Instructors

How to Edit Captions in Kaltura 1. Log into Moodle and click on your course. On the left side of the screen, click on Course Tools .
Article Id: 20094
Category: Faculty & Instructors