Kaltura is a cloud-based video management system integrated within Blackboard. It is a tool used to upload media which enables usage in a variety of areas across University sites, including multiple Blackboard courses at once. Kalture allows media to be inserted into Blackboard assignments, quizzes, exams, and course content by either the instructor or the student.

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Adding Kaltura Media Gallery

The Media Gallery is a central location within each course where users can search or view media assigned to the course. The Media Gallery is private to the course you are in. Everyone enrolled in that course can see what is published to the Media Gallery. Multiple people in the course can contribute to the Media Gallery depending on the way the admin set up the course.

Creating Zoom Recordings

Users in the configured account are now able to record their Zoom recordings that will be automatically uploaded to Kaltura.

Kaltura Video Editing Tools - Quiz Tab

This article describes how to use the Kaltura Video Editing Tools Quiz Tab.

Locating Local Copy of Kaltura Recordings (MAC)

How to upload a Kaltura video when the Capture Recorder does not successfully upload.

Locating Local Copy of Kaltura Recordings (Windows)

How to upload a Kaltura video when the Capture Recorder does not successfully upload.

Minimum Software and Hardware Requirements for Recording

The following lists the minimum hardware and software requirements for Kaltura Lecture Capture. For additional information on system requirements, please consult DESupport.

Quiz Reporting (Analytics)

How to View Quiz Reports and Analytics

Share A Direct Link to Your Kaltura Recordings and Uploaded Files

This articles describes how to share direct links to recordings and files within your Kaltura virtual campus. All you need to do is turn link sharing on, copy the link, then share it with your contacts.

Using Express Capture

Kaltura Express Capture enables recording content directly from the browser without the need to install any additional software.