On your My Media page, click the Add New button in the upper right and then select Kaltura Personal Capture. This takes you to the Kaltura Capture Desktop Recorder screen. Under the 'Using Kaltura for the first time?' Section, select either Download for Windows or Download for Mac, depending on your computer. This will begin the download process.
- Install Kaltura Capture on Mac To Install Kaltura Capture on PC From the D2L My Home screen, select the Online Tools drop-down menu, then select My Media. Select Add New, then select Kaltura Capture.
- You can download Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder 4.70.0 from our software library for free. This download was checked by our antivirus and was rated as malware free. The program relates to Multimedia Tools. The actual developer of the program is Kaltura.
- To Install Kaltura Capture on a Mac. From the D2L My Home screen, select My Media. Select Add New, then select Create Media. Select Create Media from the Add New menu. Select Download for Mac. Note: Kaltura is not available for Mobile Devices. From within the Downloads.
- Apr 16, 2020.
- This document focuses on Kaltura Capture, but we generally recommend TechSmith Camtasia (newly available to instructors and staff on 8/28/20) over Kaltura Capture for instructors and staff at UW-Madison. It can more easily make longer recordings, allows you to do more editing and is an easy-to-use and more powerful screen capture, and webcam capture tool.
- Users who want to record slideshows with audio narration can also use Powerpoint itself (More instructions for: Windows, Mac). Powerpoint allows you to more easily update your narrated slideshows - you can not easily update a Kaltura Capture video later. In Powerpoint you can delete the audio for an individual slide, re-record and export your presentation as a MP4 and upload that to Kaltura MediaSpace or share the file itself. Kaltura Capture (or Camtasia) is more for if you need to record yourself using software or guiding your viewer through a website, etc. - something beyond narrated Powerpoint slides.
| Hardware / Software:||Requirement:|
| Operating System:||Windows 7 - 10 (64 bit) and above|
macOS 10.12 and above
|Memory:|| 4 GB RAM|
| Storage: || 1 GB minimum available (we recommend 10 GB available)|
|Processor:|| Minimum Intel i5 or AMD A10 (min 4 cores)|
|Internet Connection:|| While an internet connection isn't technically required to use Kaltura Capture after it is downloaded and installed, you do need a decent connection to upload the files to Kaltura MediaSpace. We recommend at minimum 1 Mbps upload speed. You can test your internet connection speed by going to typing 'speed test' into Google and clicking RUN SPEED TEST. An alternate speed test is fast.com - make sure you click 'Show more info' after the initial test runs to show the upload speed.|
Installing Kaltura Capture
Dr. Muehlenhaus has recorded a number of short, helpful videos on installing Kaltura Capture from a faculty perspective which he has let us share.
Installing Kaltura Capture on Windows screencast (2 min, 20 sec)
Installing Kaltura Capture on Mac OSX screencast (2 min, 28 sec)
Installing Kaltura Capture step-by-step directions
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- Launch Chrome or Firefox and go to Kaltura MediaSpace: mediaspace.wisc.edu. If you need more information on how to log in to MediaSpace please see Kaltura - How to Log in to Kaltura MediaSpace (UW-Madison).
- Click Add New → Kaltura Capture:
- A new window will display which says “The Kaltura Capture Desktop Recorder”. Near the bottom text reads “Using Kaltura Capture for the first time?” with links for both the Windows installer and the Mac installer. Click the link for the installer you want to use:
- Once the installer is downloaded, find the downloaded file.
- In Windows double click the installer file to launch the installer. Follow the prompts to complete the installation.
- In OSX drag the Personal Capture icon to the Applications folder of your machine.Mac OSX Catalina (10.15) requires additional permissions to run Kaltura Capture successfully. To run Kaltura Capture, change the following settings:
System Preferences → Security & Privacy → General → (unlock the padlock) → Choose App Store and identified developers → (lock the padlock)
System Preferences → Security & Privacy → Privacy → (unlock the padlock) → Choose Camera → Check KalturaCapture (repeat this process for Microphone and Screen Recording) > (lock the padlock).
- Once it is installed you can launch it via two different methods:
- You can go back to mediaspace.wisc.edu and select Add New → Kaltura Capture and it will launch the app, or:
- You can launch it from your programs or applications menu in Windows or OSX.
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Click on the Add New button and select Kaltura Capture. Choose Windows or Mac to download the Kaltura Capture. When using the application for the first time you will be prompted by the browser to approve the application. Each browser may prompt you with a unique message. After Kaltura Capture downloads, click Install. TweakBit PCRepairKit 188.8.131.52435 Crack + License Key full. free download TweakBit PCRepairKit Video Download App Kaltura Mac Crack with License Key is the all-in-one solution for your PC to fix all the problems and prevent.
- While this document focuses on Kaltura Capture, we recommend that users who want to record slideshows with audio narration use Powerpoint for Office 365 itself. Make sure you've got an updated version. Here are additional instructions for Windows, and Mac. Powerpoint allows you to more easily update your narrated slideshows - you can not easily update a Kaltura Capture video later. In Powerpoint you can delete the audio for an individual slide, re-record and export your presentation as a MP4 and upload that to Kaltura MediaSpace or share the file itself. Kaltura Capture is more useful for recording yourself using software or guiding your viewer through a website, etc. - something beyond narrated Powerpoint slides.
- If you need to make longer, more elaborate recordings and do more involved editing we recommend you consider purchasing a more powerful screen capture tool like TechSmith Camtasia. For more information see [email protected] - Which should I use? Options to create instructional videos.
- Consider whether you need to record both your screen and your webcam - especially during the COVID-19 situation during which Kaltura is seeing unprecedented usage. Captures that include both use twice as much data, take twice as long to upload and process. Consider recording a short intro video with your webcam and another video with just your screen.
- Kaltura Capture is a good choice if you need to record yourself using software or walking your students through a website for example - something Powerpoint can't do. We recommend that you keep your recordings reasonably short (4-6 minutes):
- Shorter recordings reduce the cognitive load on the viewer;
- Lapses in the viewer's attention become more frequent with longer videos;
- Updating material is much easier if it is more modular - updating a 5 minute video is a lot easier than a 50 minute video;
- The editing tools in Kaltura MediaSpace don't allow fine-grained edits - especially on longer videos;
- Longer recordings tend to encounter more frequent technical issues. It's less painful if you do happen to encounter an issue on a 5 minute video to redo it than if you do on a 50 minute video. Kaltura Capture is a newer tool and in development.
- For more information please see the Blended Learning Toolkit Video Guidelines article.
If you haven't already downloaded Kaltura Capture please refer to Kaltura Capture - Installation . Kaltura has a one-page Get Started User Guide, a User Guide with more detailed instructions, and an introductory video: Personal Capture Walkthrough Video.
Dr. Muehlenhaus has recorded a number of short, helpful videos on using Kaltura Capture from a faculty perspective which he has let us share. We included only the intro and installing videos in the install KB doc, but have included all here for convenience:
- Intro to Kaltura & Video Lecture Recording
- Log In to Kaltura and Download Kaltura Capture
- Using Kaltura Capture
- Recording Your PowerPoint Lecture
- Editing Your PowerPoint Recording in Kaltura Online
Launching Kaltura Capture from Kaltura MediaSpace step-by-step directions
- Launch Chrome or Firefox, go to Kaltura MediaSpace, and login: mediaspace.wisc.edu. If you need more information on how to log in to MediaSpace please see Kaltura - How to Log in to Kaltura MediaSpace (UW-Madison).
- Click Add New → Kaltura Capture:
- As long as you have previously installed Kaltura Capture (see Kaltura Capture - Installation if you have not installed it) the browser screen will refresh with a message that says 'The Kaltura Capture Desktop Recorder:
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Your browser may display a notification asking you if you want to open Kaltura Capture:
Check 'Always open these types of links in the associated app' if you don't want to receive this notification every time you use Kaltura Capture. Click the Open Kaltura Capture button.
- If you've used Kaltura Capture before, the Kaltura Capture library may appear. If it does, click New Recording:
If you haven't used Kaltura Capture, or if you click New Recording the Kaltura Capture control panel will open:
- Select capture input 1 (also known as the primary input) - if you have multiple monitors or a webcam you can choose which monitor to record or the webcam. You can click the icon for either input to disable it if you don't want to use it. This is the video input that will download if you choose to give your users the ability to download your video. Users cannot download both streams of video - only input 1.
- If you select a monitor to record, Kaltura Capture gives you the option to select Full Screen or Select Area:
If you choose Select Area, Kaltura Capture will display a window of the area you will capture along with 1: Some pre-set window sizes for you to choose from and 2: you can also click and drag the edges of the window to set the recording window size:
- If you have multiple monitors or a webcam you can choose a second monitor to record or the webcam on input 2 (also known as the child input). Recommendation: Even though Kaltura Capture can record monitors at resolutions higher than 1920 x 1080, all video recorded is reduced to a maximum of 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. Because of this we recommend you reduce your monitor resolution to 1920 x 1080 or lower before recording so you're not surprised by any loss of detail in recording higher resolution screens.
- Select audio input - Select the microphone to record from. Use a headset or dedicated microphone for best quality. If you watch closely you can see the microphone icon change as you speak to provide a visual indicator of the microphone level. You may also want to review how to set your microphone level in Kaltura - Choosing a microphone and setting levels for recording quality audio (UW-Madison).
- Click the record button to start recording to start your recording. Recommendation: Do a test recording of a few seconds. Upload it to MediaSpace and review it to ensure that you are recording the correct inputs and that your audio quality and levels are good before making your full recording.
Consider using the Kaltura Capture keyboard shortcuts:
Control for Windows, Command for Mac:
Command or control + Shift + R: Start Recording or Pause Recording in progress
Command or control + Shift + S: Stop Recording
Command or Control + Shift + C: Cancel Recording
Command or Control + Shift + E: Clear all Notifications
Command or Control + Shift + M: Go to Management
- The recording toolbar appears with a three second countdown after clicking the red record button. You can:
- Click and drag the toolbar to move it.
- Click the gray box to stop the recording.
- Click the red button (which will have a pause icon on it while recording) to pause the recording if you want to gather your thoughts before continuing. Click it again to continue the recording.
- Click the x button to cancel the recording.
- Click the pencil icon to display the notation feature pane. For more information on the notation tools please see Kaltura Capture - Notation Tools.
- Click the gray dash in the upper right of the control panel to minimize it
- Play the capture back to review it.
- Title - edit the title of your entry.
- Description - edit the description of your entry.
- Tags - edit the tags associated with your entry.
- Delete the file if you know you do not want it.
- Save & Upload if you want to keep the recording.
- Save if you do not want to uploads it at this time - for instance if you do not have internet. It will remain in your local library on your computer.
To view the video, click the blue link once it has finished uploading or you can go to your My Media area of Kaltura: mediaspace.wisc.edu/my-media
NOTE: It may take several minutes for the video to appear. Until the video is done processing a camera icon will show in the thumbnail. If the page does not refresh with an accurate thumbnail, click on the video to view it as a new page. After the video is done uploading, or if it fails to upload you should see a button next to your video which allows you to attempt to re-upload the video:
Changing your Kaltura Capture settings and collecting logs for troubleshooting
- Launch Kaltura Capture as described in steps 1-2 above.
- After Kaltura Capture launches and displays the control panel click the Manage link on the right side of the control panel.
- Your Kaltura Capture library will display. Click the gear button on the left.
- The Kaltura Capture Settings screen will display:
- Camera recording quality: User can select from lowest to highest resolution: 480p, 720p, and 1080p.
- Screen recording quality: User can select from lowest to highest resolution: 480p, 720p, and 1080p. Mac OSX users may want to review Kaltura - Known Issue - Kaltura Capture and macOS resolution and quality issues.
- Recording name prefix: The autogenerated text prefix created when a new recording is created.
- Highlight cursor: Highlights the cursor when creating a recording with Kaltura Capture.
- Auto minimize when recording: Hides the Kaltura Capture control panel when a recording is started.
- Collect and upload app logs: Used to collect application logs for troubleshooting.
If you change any setting be sure to click Save:
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Finding your Kaltura Capture version and updating Kaltura Capture
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- Launch Kaltura Capture as described above in Launching Kaltura Capture from Kaltura MediaSpace step-by-step directions.
- If the control panel launches click Manage:
- The Kaltura Capture Library will open. It's also possible Kaltura Capture will initially display your library rather than the control panel. Click the Information button on the left which is a lowercase 'i' in a circle:
- The Information screen will display:
It includes both the currently installed version, the connected user, and website. For UW-Madison users this should read either https://mediaspace.wisc.edu/ if it was installed from the Kaltura MediaSpace portal or https://1660902-6.kaf.kaltura.com/ if installed from Canvas. As of 6/15/20 the current version of Kaltura Capture is 4.2.83.
Minimizing Kaltura Capture
- Clicking the line in the upper right corner of the control panel minimizes it to the Windows taskbar.
- Clicking the X in the upper right minimizes it to the Windows notification area / system tray.
If your computer goes to sleep while Kaltura Capture is running and is woken back up, Kaltura Capture will re-initialize and appear to launch again. As described above in Changing your Kaltura Capture settings you can also set Kaltura Capture to auto-minimize when you start a recording.
Quitting Kaltura Capture
- Windows: Click the up carat ( ^ ) in the lower right of the Windows tray to display the Windows notification area - historically known as the system tray. This will display icons for applications that are currently running including Kaltura Capture. Right click on the Kaltura Capture icon which looks like a light blue square with a white circle in the middle and select Quit to exit:
- OSX: In the Finder menu at the top of the screen click on the Kaltura Capture icon and select Quit to exit:
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- Windows: C:Users[your user name]AppDataLocalKalturaCaptureRecordings
- Launch File Explorer and either manually navigate to the folder (if you have un-hid system folders in your File Explorer Options control panel), or copy-and-paste a customized version of the above path into the File Explorer location bar. Alternately you can copy and paste this into the File Explorer location bar:
%localappdata%KalturaCaptureRecordings and press Enter:
- OSX: /Users/[your user name]/Library/Preferences/Kaltura/Capture
- From the OSX Finder, click Go and select Go to Folder. Enter the folder path based on the path above but customized with your user name:
If you're not sure of your username you can double click your hard drive to open and browse it and then double click on the Users folder to see what user folders are available.
Customizing the Kaltura Capture recordings folder location or determining the customized folder location
- Launch the installer by double-clicking it.
- Click Next.
- Click Change.
- The installer will show you the location of your Recordings folder.
You can manually enter a new location or copy the location and use with the directions above.