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Kaltura: Record a presentation

Posted at 4:05 p.m. Nov. 20, 2015, by in Kaltura

See Getting started with Kaltura for more information. These specific directions are for creating new video featuring slides or a screencast, plus audio, with an optional floating mini webcam video.

* Note: that Kaltura’s Record a Presentation feature requires downloading and installing the free application Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder.

  1. Make sure your webcam, or at least a mic, is connected to your computer before you start.
  2. record a presentation screenshotLog into Kaltura with your Rutgers NetID, from the “Guest” drop-down menu at the top-right corner
  3. After logging in, you should see the “Add new” drop-down menu to the left of your name
  4. Select “Record a Presentation” and you’ll be presented with the download page
  5. The first time you use this feature, you should download and install either the Mac or Windows version of the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder [note that in subsequent sessions from the same computer, you do not need to reinstall—just wait and it will launch]
  6. Select the combo you’d like to record, for instance, “screen” (note all options include audio from mic)
  7. Choose to record your full screen or just a selected area (which will require clicking “select area” to specify the window to record)
  8. You’ll get a 5-second countdown before the recording starts
  9. Press <alt>-p to pause the recording
  10. Click Done (or cancel if necessary!)
  11. CaptureSpace screenshotThe new video will immediately play back; click Done in the bottom right corner of the screen
  12. Type the name of your new video and click Upload to save it to the Kaltura streaming server
  13. Return to Kaltura web page and click My Media to see your new video
  14. If you want to share the video, click on it and from the Actions button choose Publish and Unlisted, then Save

 

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