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I am an instructor. How do I use Kaltura's CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder to record voice-over lectures?
Posted by Anna Wright on 03 March 2016 12:52 PM

Note: These instructions are for faculty developing new online or hybrid courses—not students.

Kaltura's CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder is simple lecture capture software for Mac and PC users that allows you to easily create interactive videos for your students.

Use Kaltura's CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder to record your screen or PowerPoint, audio (USB headset) and/or webcam directly in Rowan Online’s CaptureSpace Lecture Studio course in Canvas. With advanced features like live drawing when recording your screen, you can easily enhance the viewer's experience. When you’re finished recording, CaptureSpace also allows you edit your recording, as well as upload it to the My Media tool in Canvas. Once you’ve uploaded your video, you can easily add chapters to the timeline and even replace a slide that has a typo or a broken link.

When published, there are multiple interactive viewing options, as well as a Navigation Menu that allows users to browse through the chapters or slides in the recording to quickly jump to that point in the recording. Users can also use the Search option to find specific content or specific slides in the presentation. Start typing in the Search box and it will auto-complete your search term, making finding content faster and easier.

If recording a voice-over PowerPoint lecture using CaptureSpace, you will record it one sitting—not slide-by-slide. Because of this, we strongly recommend that faculty break up their lectures into shorter segments (about 15-25 minutes in length) and write out a script for each. For example, Lecture 1 is 20 slides all together, but you would break it up into smaller segments. Each segment would be its own PowerPoint file as listed below:

  • Lecture 1 – Part 1 (15 minutes)
  • Lecture 1 – Part 2 (10 minutes)
  • Lecture 1 – Part 3 (15 minutes)  

Click on one of the following links for more information:


System Requirements

Below are the system requirements for using Kaltura’s CaptureSpace:

Windows System Requirements

OS X System Requirements

  • OS X 10.8 and up


Supported Microsoft PowerPoint Versions

  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 32 bit
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 32/64 bit
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 32/64 bit

Supported Microsoft PowerPoint Versions

  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2011
  • Microsoft PowerPoint 2016

How do I install CaptureSpace on my computer?

First-time users will have to install Kaltura's CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder application on your computer before using it. You will only have to do this once.

  1. After logging in to the Rowan Online Portal, click on Access your courses in Canvas on your Portal Dashboard.
  2. In Canvas, all of your Rowan Global online, hybrid or web-assisted courses using Canvas will be listed under Courses in the Global Navigation at the top.
  3. Click on the CaptureSpace Lecture Studio course to access it.
  4. Click on My Media in the Course Navigation.
    Click on My Media
  5. Click on Add New > CaptureSpace.
    Click Add New
  6. Windows Users:
    • Click on the Visual Studio runtime tools link. The website will open in a new link.
      Click Visual Studio runtime tools
    • Click on the Download button.
      Click Download button
    • Double-click on the installer file.
      Double-click on Installer file
    • Accept the license terms and click Install.
      Accept License Terms
    • Click Finish.
      Runtime Complete
    • Return to the My Media window/tab in Canvas and click on Download for Windows.
      Click Download for Windows
    • When downloading for the first time you may be prompted by the browser to approve the application. Each browser may prompt you with a unique message. The following screen shows the External Protocol Request window as it appears when using Chrome.
      Protocol Request
    • Click on the Launch Application button to download the CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder to your computer.
  7. Mac Users:
    • Click on Download for Mac.
      Click Download for Mac
    • The installer file will download.
    • Click on your browser’s Download icon and double-click on the file to open it.
      Click on the Installer file in your Downloads window
    • Click on Save File.
      Click Save File
    • Drag the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder icon to the Applications folder.
      Drag icon to Applications folder
    • Click OK to launch the CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder.
      Click OK
  8. Click on My Media in the Course Navigation.
    Click on My Media
  9. Click on Add New > CaptureSpace.
    Click Add New Lecture
  10. Click here to learn how to record a lecture.

Need help installing CaptureSpace?
You can schedule an appointment with your assigned Instructional Designer (ID) to get CaptureSpace installed on your Rowan laptop or desktop. It can be installed in-person or remotely using Bomgar. Bomgar is a remote control system for computers that allows your ID to install the software on your computer right from their office computer at Rowan.

If you decide to use Bomgar (during your scheduled appointment time), do the following: 

  1. On the computer you want Camtasia installed on, go to http://bomgar.rowan.edu in your web browser. 
  2. Call your assigned ID's office so they can give you a session key to enter into the website over the phone. 
  3. Your ID will provide further instructions over the phone as needed. 

Can I borrow a USB headset for recording voice-over lectures?

A headset is available for loan through Rowan Online. When software or hardware is loaned, your Instructional Designer will prompt you to sign an Equipment Loan form. Note: We do not recommend recording audio with the built-in microphone on your computer. 


Requirements For Use

  • HeadsetKaltura's CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder installed
  • Headset or external microphone to record audio
    • A headset is available for loan through Rowan Online. When software or hardware is loaned, your Instructional Designer will prompt you to sign an Equipment Loan form. Note: We do not recommend recording audio with the built-in microphone on your computer. 
  • Completed PowerPoint presentation (.ppt or .pptx)
    • Click here for tips on creating PowerPoint presentations for voice-over lectures.

Tips for Faculty Creating PowerPoint Presentations

Click here for tips on creating PowerPoint Presentations.


Typing a Script

Faculty can write out a script for each slide if they don’t feel comfortable recording without one. You can print your notes out and read them as you record each slide.


Recording Videos

Notes: 

  • Be sure to plug in your USB headset and webcam (if you plan on using a webcam) prior to starting CaptureSpace.
  • CaptureSpace does NOT record PowerPoint slide animations or transitions even if you include them in your presentation.
  • You can only use one monitor while using CaptureSpace, so if you are using a laptop and have an external monitor attached, please disconnect it prior to starting CaptureSpace.
  • Tip: If at anytime you cannot see the Pause or Done buttons in the bottom-right corner while recording your screen, voice or webcam, click on the CaptureSpace icon in your Dock (Mac users) or Task Bar (Windows) and it’ll appear in the corner.

Note for All Mac Users: Before recording, all Mac users should do the following so that your mouse and key clicks automatically create slide markers in the video timeline as your recording. If you do not do the following, slide markers will NOT be automatically created for you.

  • Click on the Apple in the top-left corner and click on System Preferences.
    Click System Preferences
  • Click on Security and Privacy.
    Click Security and Privacy
  • Click on the Privacy tab.
    Click on the Privacy tab
  • Click on the Lock to make changes.
    Click on the lock icon
  • Enter your computer password.
  • Click on the checkbox next to Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder.
    Click on the checkbox next to Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder

How to Launch the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder

  1. Be sure to plug in your USB headset and webcam (if you plan on using a webcam) prior to starting CaptureSpace.
  2. After logging in to the Rowan Online Portal, click on Access your courses in Canvas on your Portal Dashboard.
  3. In Canvas, all of your Rowan Global online, hybrid or web-assisted courses using Canvas will be listed under Courses in the Global Navigation at the top.
  4. Click on the CaptureSpace Lecture Studio course to access it.
  5. Click on My Media in the Course Navigation.
    Click My Media
  6. Click on Add New > CaptureSpace.
    Click Add New
  7. The Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder will open.
  8. Click on the Settings tab.
    • If you want to use a webcam with your lecture (optional): Under Select a Webcam, select your webcam from the drop-down menu.
    • Under Select a Microphone, select your USB headset from the drop-down menu.
    • Under Camera Recording Quality, select 720P.
    • Under Screen Recording Quality, select HD 1080P.
      The Settings tab
  9. Click on the Record tab. The Record tab enables you to select from the different recording options available in CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder:
    • Capture presentations and lectures, using all available features such as screen, presentation, camera, and voice Record the screen and voice
    • Record the screen and video
    • Record only video
    • Record only voice
      The Record Tab

How to Record Voice-over PowerPoint Lectures

Slide markers will be automatically created as you advance each slide and added to the Navigation Menu in the Kaltura Player when your video is published. Click here to learn how.

  1. See How to Launch the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder.
  2. Click on Presentations & Lectures.
    Click Presentations and Lectures
  3. Under Recording Options, select the following options as desired:
    Recording Options
    • Camera (Optional):
      • If you want to record your webcam, select your webcam from the Camera drop-down menu.
      • If you do NOT want to record your webcam, select None from the Camera drop-down menu.
      • We recommend selecting 720P for your resolution.
    • Presentation:
      • Click the On button and click Browse to select the PowerPoint file you want to record.
      • The first slide will preview on-screen.
    • Sound:
      • Click the On button and select your USB Headset from the Sound drop-down menu.
  4. To record: Click Record in the bottom-right corner.
    Click Record
  5. A 5 second countdown will appear before the recording begins.
    5 second countdown
  6. Progress through the PowerPoint presentation slides by clicking the mouse button or using the right arrow key on your keyboard.
  7. To pause and resume: To pause at anytime during your recording, click Pause in the bottom-right corner or ALT + P on your keyboard. When you’re ready, click Resume to continue recording.
    Click Pause 
  8. To end recording: When finished recording the last slide, click Done (or press the right arrow on your keyboard to automatically end the recording). It will process the recording and save it.
    Click Done
  9. After you’ve finished recording your video, it will open in the Preview and Edit window, which offers video/audio playback and editing features. Click on the Play button to play it back.
    Click Play
  10. Click here to learn how to edit your video.

How to Record Your Screen and Voice

Screen recordings are useful in cases where you need to demo software such as SPSS or MatLab for a class project, or to solve a math problem by hand using a tablet and digital stylus with voice-over narration as means of teaching a new concept.

  1. See How to Launch the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder.
  2. Click on Screen.
    Click Screen
  3. Click on Full Screen or Select Area.
    Select Full Screen or Select Area
    • If you select Full Screen, click Record.
    • If you select Select Area, click Select Area button.
      • You will be prompted to click and drag your mouse over an area of your screen you want to capture.
        Select Area Message
      • Release the mouse to begin recording.
      • A blue outline will appear around your select recording area.
  4. A 5 second countdown will appear before the recording begins.
  5. To pause and resume: To pause at anytime during your recording, click Pause in the bottom-right corner or ALT + P on your keyboard. When you’re ready, click Resume to continue recording.
    Click Pause
  6. To draw on your screen: To use the draw tools at anytime during your recording, click Draw in the bottom-right corner or ALT + D on your keyboard. You can stress important points by drawing a circle around them, or highlight important aspects. When finished drawing, click Done.
    Draw Tools
  7. To end recording: When finished recording, click Done. It will process the recording and save it.
    Click Done
  8. After you’ve finished recording your video, it will open in the Preview and Edit window, which offers video/audio playback and editing features. Click on the Play button to play it back.
    Click Play
  9. Next, click here to learn how to edit your video.

How to Record Your Screen, Voice and Webcam

Screen recordings are useful in cases where you need to demo software such as SPSS or MatLab for a class project, or to solve a math problem by hand using a tablet and digital stylus with voice-over narration as means of teaching a new concept.

  1. See How to Launch the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder.
  2. Click on Screen & Webcam.
    Click Screen & Webcam
  3. Click on Full Screen or Select Area.
    Click Full Screen or Select Area
    • If you select Full Screen, click Record.
    • If you select Select Area, click Select Area button.
      • You will be prompted to click and drag your mouse over an area of your screen you want to capture.
        Select Area Message
      • Release the mouse to begin recording.
      • A blue outline will appear around your select recording area.
  4. A 5 second countdown will appear before the recording begins.
  5. Your webcam video will appear in the top-right corner of your screen.
    Webcam window
  6. To pause and resume: To pause at anytime during your recording, click Pause in the bottom-right corner or ALT + P on your keyboard. When you’re ready, click Resume to continue recording.
    Click Pause
  7. To draw on your screen: To use the draw tools at anytime during your recording, click Draw in the bottom-right corner or ALT + D on your keyboard. You can stress important points by drawing a circle around them, or highlight important aspects. When finished drawing, click Done.
    Draw tools
  8. To end recording: When finished recording, click Done. It will process the recording and save it.
    Click Done
  9. After you’ve finished recording your video, it will open in the Preview and Edit window, which offers video/audio playback and editing features. Click on the Play button to play it back.
    Click Play
  10. Next, click here to learn how to edit your video.

How to Record Your Voice and Webcam

Recording your webcam and voice are useful in cases where you want to introduce yourself to your students in the first week of class. 

  1. See How to Launch the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder.
  2. Click on Webcam.
    Click Webcam
  3. A 5 second countdown will appear before the recording begins.
  4. Your webcam video will appear in a Recording Webcam Capture window on your screen.
    Webcam window
  5. To pause and resume: To pause at anytime during your recording, click Pause in the bottom-right corner or ALT + P on your keyboard. When you’re ready, click Resume to continue recording.
  6. To end recording: When finished recording, click Done. It will process the recording and save it.
    Click Done
  7. After you’ve finished recording your video, it will open in the Preview and Edit window, which offers video/audio playback and editing features. Click on the Play button to play it back.
    Click Play
  8. Next, click here to learn how to edit your video.

How to Record Your Voice (Audio Only)

Recording your webcam and voice are useful in cases where you want to introduce yourself to your students in the first week of class.

  1. See How to Launch the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder.
  2. Click on Voice.
    Click Voice
  3. A 5 second countdown will appear before the recording begins.
  4. To pause and resume: To pause at anytime during your recording, click Pause in the bottom-right corner or ALT + P on your keyboard. When you’re ready, click Resume to continue recording.
    Click Pause
  5. To end recording: When finished recording, click Done. It will process the recording and save it.
    Click Done
  6. After you’ve finished recording your video, it will open in the Preview and Edit window, which offers video/audio playback and editing features. Click on the Play button to play it back.
    Click Play
  7. Next, click here to learn how to edit your video.

Editing Videos

After you’ve finished recording your video, it will open in the Preview and Edit window, which offers video/audio playback and editing features. The current editing features offered are trimming and chopping.

Note:  All edits made to the recording are made to the original file.

If there are no edits or if you want to save your work and make edits later...

  1. If you do not have any edits to make, click Done.
    Click Done
  2. Click here to learn how to name, tag and upload your video.

How to Play the Video

  1. Click on the Play button to play it back.
    Click Play
  2. To play a specific part of the video, click in the timeline and the silver Playhead will move to that point in the video.
    Silver Playhead

How to Trim a Video

This option allows you to trim out the beginning and ending of a video. To remove a part in the middle of the video, see How to Chop a Video below.

  1. Click on the Trim icon on the left.
    Click Trim
  2. Two blue markers are displayed on the video strip.
    Trim
  3. Use the Start and End markers to highlight the part of the recording you want to retain. The region to the left and right of the markers is greyed out. Trimming is only possible if the resulting video is longer than 10 seconds.
  4. Click Apply and then click Done.
    Click Done
  5. Click here to learn how to name, tag and upload your video.

How to Chop a Video

This option allows you to chop (delete or remove) any part of the video.

  1. Click on the Chop icon on the left.
    Click Chop
  2. Two blue markers are displayed on the video strip.
    Chop
  3. Use the Start and End markers to highlight the part of the recording you want to delete. The region to the left and right of the markers is greyed out. Chopping is only possible if the resulting video is longer than 10 seconds.
  4. Click Apply and then click Done.
    Click Done
  5. Click here to learn how to name, tag and upload your video.

Naming, Tagging and Uploading a Video in the CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder

After you’ve finished recording and editing your video, it’s very important to name and tag it properly so that your assigned Instructional Designer can easily find it in Kaltura.

How to Add or Edit a Title and Tags to a Video

  1. If you're not already viewing the Upload Option window, in the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder, click on the Library tab.
  2. Use the Upload Options screen to:
    Name and tag your video
    • Add or edit the recording title
      • For each lecture title, please follow our naming protocol: In the Title textbox, enter the title for each lecture in the follow format: SUBJCRSE - Lecture # (i.e. EDSU28546 - Lecture 1).
    • Add a description to the video (optional)
    • Add tags to the video
      • For each lecture tag, please follow our tagging protocol: In the Tags textbox, enter the following tags for each lecture: lecturestudio,subjcrse (i.e. lecturestudio,edsu28546).
      • Tags are comma separated with no spaces.
  3. If you're ready to upload your video, click Upload.
    Click Upload
    • After the video finishes uploading, a notification with a link to the recording is displayed.
    • Click on this link to view your video in the My Media tool in the CaptureSpace Lecture Studio course in Canvas.
    • Note: It may take several minutes for the media to appear in the My Media tool.
  4. If you're not ready to upload your video, click Save to save your changes.
    Click Save

How to Upload a Video

  1. In the Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder, click on the Library tab.
    Name and Tag video
  2. Use the Upload Options screen, click Upload.
    Click Upload
  3. After the video finishes uploading, a notification with a link to the recording is displayed.
  4. Click on this link to view your video in the My Media tool in the CaptureSpace Lecture Studio course in Canvas.
    • Note: It may take several minutes for the media to appear in the My Media tool.

Viewing Saved Recordings to Edit and Upload Them

The Library tab enables you to browse through previous recordings. You can use the Search box to quickly find recordings.

  1. After logging in to the Rowan Online Portal, click on Access your courses in Canvas on your Portal Dashboard.
  2. In Canvas, all of your Rowan Global online, hybrid or web-assisted courses using Canvas will be listed under Courses in the Global Navigation at the top.
  3. Click on the CaptureSpace Lecture Studio course to access it.
  4. Click on My Media in the Course Navigation.
    Click My Media
  5. Click on Add New > CaptureSpace.
    Click Add New
  6. The Kaltura CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder will open.
  7. Click on the Library tab.
  8. Click on the Pencil icon of the video you want to edit or upload.
    Click Pencil icon
  9. You can do the following:
  10. Click Save to save any changes.
    Click Save

Advanced Editing in the My Media Tool in Canvas

If you recorded a PowerPoint presentation using CaptureSpace, slide markers were automatically created as you advanced each slide. Those slide markers were then added to the Navigation Menu in the Kaltura Video Player when your video was uploaded and published, making it easier for users to navigate through video content.

You also have the option to add or delete chapters in your videos, as well as edit or delete a slide.

How to Add or Edit a Chapter

Chapters are like bookmarks in the video and can be used to navigate through the video. You can use chapters to mark the beginning of a new topic, highlight important segments, or help navigate through the content of a long video.

  1. After logging in to the Rowan Online Portal, click on Access your courses in Canvas on your Portal Dashboard.
  2. In Canvas, all of your Rowan Global online, hybrid or web-assisted courses using Canvas will be listed under Courses in the Global Navigation at the top.
  3. Click on the CaptureSpace Lecture Studio course to access it.
  4. Click on My Media in the Course Navigation.
    Click My Media
  5. Click on the video you want to edit.
  6. Click the Actions button and select Edit.
    Click Actions > Edit
  7. Select the Timeline tab. Here you can view all the chapters and slides in the video.
    The timeline
  8. Place the cursor on the timeline and click on the Create Chapter button (bookmark icon) to update a new chapter, or click on the cue point (bookmark icon already on the timeline) for the chapter you want to edit to view its properties.
    Click Add New Chapter
  9. Under Chapter Information, add or edit a chapter title.
    Add Chapter Title
  10. Click Save to save your changes.
    Click Save

How to Delete a Chapter

Chapters are like bookmarks in the video and can be used to navigate through the video. You can use chapters to mark the beginning of a new topic, highlight important segments, or help navigate through the content of a long video.

  1. After logging in to the Rowan Online Portal, click on Access your courses in Canvas on your Portal Dashboard.
  2. In Canvas, all of your Rowan Global online, hybrid or web-assisted courses using Canvas will be listed under Courses in the Global Navigation at the top.
  3. Click on the CaptureSpace Lecture Studio course to access it.
  4. Click on My Media in the Course Navigation.
    Click My Media
  5. Click on the video you want to edit.
  6. Click the Actions button and select Edit.
    Click Edit
  7. Select the Timeline tab. Here you can view all the chapters and slides in the video.
    Click Timeline tab
  8. Click on the cue point (bookmark icon already on the timeline) of the chapter you want to delete from the timeline of the video.
  9. Click Delete Chapter.
    Delete Chapter
  10. A confirmation box is displayed, click Delete to confirm.
    Confirm Deletion

How to Edit a Slide

If you recorded a PowerPoint presentation using CaptureSpace but noticed a broken link or typo on a slide that needs to be replaced you can easily do so.

  1. In PowerPoint, update the slide accordingly.
  2. Windows Users:
    • Go to File > Save As.
    • Navigate to where you want to save the slide image (i.e. Desktop).
    • In the File Name textbox, enter the file name (i.e. Slide1).
    • In the Save As Type drop-down menu, select JPEG.
    • Click Save.
    • Click Current Slide Only.
  3. Mac Users:
    • Go to File > Save As Pictures.
    • Navigate to where you want to save the slide images (i.e. Desktop).
    • In the Format drop-down menu, select JPEG.
    • Click Save.
  4. After logging in to the Rowan Online Portal, click on Access your courses in Canvas on your Portal Dashboard.
  5. In Canvas, all of your Rowan Global online, hybrid or web-assisted courses using Canvas will be listed under Courses in the Global Navigation at the top.
  6. Click on the CaptureSpace Lecture Studio course to access it.
  7. Click on My Media in the Course Navigation.
    Click on My Media
  8. Click on the video you want to edit.
  9. Click the Actions button and select Edit.
    Click Edit
  10. Select the Timeline tab. Here you can view all the chapters and slides in the video.
    Click Timeline Tab
  11. Click on the cue point (document icon already on the timeline) of the slide you want to edit from the timeline of the video. It’s information will appear below.
  12. Under Upload Slide, click on the Upload arrow.
    Click Upload Arrow button
  13. Click on Choose a file to upload, navigate to the slide image you saved from PowerPoint, click Choose, and click Save.
    Choose file to upload
  14. Click Save to save your changes.
    Click Save

How to Delete a Slide

  1. After logging in to the Rowan Online Portal, click on Access your courses in Canvas on your Portal Dashboard.
  2. In Canvas, all of your Rowan Global online, hybrid or web-assisted courses using Canvas will be listed under Courses in the Global Navigation at the top.
  3. Click on the CaptureSpace Lecture Studio course to access it.
  4. Click on My Media in the Course Navigation.
    Click on My Media
  5. Click on the video you want to edit.
  6. Click the Actions button and select Edit.
    Click Edit
  7. Select the Timeline tab. Here you can view all the chapters and slides in the video.
    Click Timeline tab
  8. Click on the cue point (document icon already on the timeline) of the slide you want to delete from the timeline of the video. It’s information will appear below.
  9. Click Delete Slide.
    Click Delete Slide
  10. A confirmation box is displayed, click Delete to confirm.
    Confirm Deletion

Using the Video Player in the My Media and Media Gallery Tools

Once all of your course lectures have been recorded, your assigned Instructional Designer will then integrate them directly into your course’s Media Gallery in Canvas. Each course has its own Media Gallery, which you can view by clicking on Media Gallery in the Course Navigation Menu on the left-hand side of your course. The Media Gallery tool is an integration of Kaltura’s video tools right into your course in Canvas. Kaltura is a market-leading video platform integrated into our Canvas LMS. It puts all of your course lecture videos in one convenient place. To learn more about the Media Gallery tool and its benefits, click here.

The Kaltura Player is the front-end interface used to view captured videos and/or presentations from Kaltura CaptureSpace in the Media Gallery tool. Viewers can use the Search [1 - below] to find specific content or specific slides in the presentation, and the Navigation Menu [2 - below] to browse through the chapters or slides in the recording to quickly jump to that point in the recording. Because the Kaltura Player also provides the viewer with multiple interactive viewing options [3 and 4 - below] that they can choose and switch while viewing, such as Picture-in-Picture and Side-by-Side, the viewer's experience becomes more dynamic. 

The following diagram displays the viewing options available in the Kaltura Player.

Diagram of Kaltura's Video Player

Navigation Menu and Search

Navigation Menu

  1. To view the Navigation Menu:
    • Click on the Navigation Menu icon in the top-left corner [2 - above].
    • The Kaltura Player’s Navigation Menu will open and display the chapters and slides from your recording.
    • Use the Navigation Menu to browse through the chapters or slides in the recording. You can click on a chapter [3 - above] or slide [4 - above] to quickly jump to that point in the recording.
  2. To search the lecture for specific content:
    • Click on the Navigation Menu icon in the top-left corner [2 - above].
    • If you recorded a PowerPoint presentation for your lecture, the text is actually searchable. Users can also use the Search option [1 - above] to find specific content or specific slides in the presentation.
    • Start typing in the Search box [1 - above] and it will auto-complete your search term, making finding content faster and easier.

Interactive Viewing Options

Kaltura Player has the following interactive viewing options in the top-right corner of videos.
View Options buttons

  • Picture in Picture: Enables you to view the captured content, the presentation and the video, in a single player.
    Picture in Picture
  • Side by Side: Enables you to view the content in two equal parts of the screen, where the presentation and video is displayed side by side.
    Side by Side
  • Single View: Enables you to view the content captured in a specific stream, either presentation or video, in a single player.
    Single View
  • Toggle Views: Enables you to toggle between the presentation and the videos.
    Toggle Views

When viewing a lecture created in CaptureSpace, click on any of the viewing option icons listed above to toggle the view.


Notify Your Instructional Designer

When you are finished recording any of your lectures, you should notify to your Instructional Designer (ID) by email that you’ve upload the lectures into the CaptureSpace Lecture Studio course and that they are ready for review before or on the due dates according to your Course Development Schedule.

IMPORTANT: Your ID will need: 

  • The PowerPoint file (i.e. Lecture1-1.pptx)
  • Lecture script (if typed in a separate document) (i.e. Lecture1-1_Script.docx

IMPORTANT: When you have finished the development of your course, you must return the headset (if borrowed) to your ID.



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