Kaltura is a video streaming tool that allows students and faculty to create and share media content from anywhere and any device. It is accessible via Moodle or the Trinity College Media Portal. See our Introduction to Kaltura page for an overview of the various ways Kaltura can be used, from course viewing assignments to screencasts.

More tips on using Kaltura:

  • We have recently upgraded our Kaltura video streaming software to the latest auto-captioning tools. Now, you can take advantage of a simple on-screen editor, which lets you tweak your closed captions on the fly. Kaltura will also generate closed captions for media sources in a wide range of other languages: Arabic, Dutch, Cantonese, French, German, […]
  • Viewing statistics are available to instructors on all Kaltura videos in a course. Data can be viewed throughout the semester and shortly after the semester ends. Once videos are removed from the course, the data becomes unavailable. Log in to your Moodle course, and go to the course Media gallery. In the upper right corner […]
  • The video below demonstrates how to trim the ends, or remove the middle of videos in Kaltura. The post Trim and Crop Kaltura video appeared first on Research, Instruction, Technology.
  • Once you have uploaded your video or audio to My Media, you can publish the video and share it to a course. While in Moodle, Go to My Media and open your video. Under the actions menu, select Publish, then choose the “Published” option. (This will not make the video visible outside of Moodle). At […]
  • When films have been digitized and linked from Kaltura to a Moodle course, they are accessible through the Kaltura Media Gallery link. Students can view films through the Kaltura Media Gallery throughout the semester without any further action from the instructor. However, films in the Kaltura Media Gallery can be added to Topics or Weeks […]


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