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BYU-Idaho's video service, known as Kaltura (found at video.byui.edu) is a fully featured screen recorder.  You can use it to replace Jing and embed the videos into I-Learn. The video below will show you step-by-step how to do this easily.

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  • I have the same question as Randy. I've tried to override the denied access but it doesn't seem to work. Any ideas on how to make it work?

    • Hi Jane, from what I have been told, I have learned that it is best to switch to another application for making screencasts. My previous TGL suggested using Screencast-o-matic, and that has worked fine. The free version lets you make videos that are up to fifteen minutes long.

      You might encounter a problem when you are trying to upload a video that you have created, as their website might get blocked by your McAffe or Norton security. Getting around this requires you to put in an exception into your security system for the specific web address that it says is being blocked. 

  • I have a question about using Kaltura with Pathway students. I'm teaching the ECI English language students. I had uploaded a Kaltura presentation into one of my announcements. Unfortunately, my students said that when they clicked on the link for the video, they were required to log into BYU-Idaho. They don't have access to this, so they weren't able to view the presentation.

    Did I miss a step here in loading the video correctly? Is there something else I need to do? Right now, I can only make screencasts using Jing, which I can't include in the announcements.

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