Using Kaltura Capture

UNM Learn’s integrated media tools include a stand-alone desktop recording app, Kaltura Capture.  Kaltura Capture gives users the option to record two inputs simultaneously:  to mix and match combinations of cameras, screens, and microphone.  Files that are uploaded and linked in courses can now be viewed with an interactive rich media player which allows users to toggle the screens and choose between several layout options.

The media player has controls to format the viewing screen.

A Word about My Media...

My Media is the only place for downloading Kaltura Capture.  Aside from allowing you to access Kaltura Capture, My Media is a central repository for all the media files you have uploaded.  It is also the only place to delete, edit, and share ownership of your media resources.

As of Spring 2020, My Media is available from the Tools module on the right side of the My Courses screen as one first logs into Learn.  The link for My Media has also been added to existing courses.

If the My Media link is missing, here is how to add it:

    1. Go to your Course Menu (top left part of your screen). 
    2. Hover over the plus sign ( + ).
    3. Click Web Link.
    4. In the Name field enter "My Media."
    5. In the URL field enter

    6. Put a check in Available to Users
7. Click Submit.


Download and Link Kaltura Capture

1. Click the My Media link (you may need to click a second time to open the tool).
2. Click Add New> Kaltura Capture

Go to My Media, click My Media again, Add New, Kaltura Capture.

3. Select and download the installation file for your computer.

A new screen loads, asking you to choose the installer for Windows -- first link, or for Mac -- second link.

4. Click Run to activate the installation file and install Kaltura Capture.
5. Go back to UNM Learn> Your course> My Media> Add New menu and select Kaltura Capture again.  NOTE: Your browser may prompt you to open Kaltura Capture. Select “Always open these types of links in the associated app” and click Open Kaltura Capture.
For help with installation and launching, see the process complete with screenshots

The Kaltura Capture shortcut icon is blue with a white circle in the middle.
Once you have followed the procedure above, and launched Kaltura Capture through UNM Learn, you do not have to do it again. Kaltura Capture is a small is a stand-alone application; it now lives on your computer.  For the recording operations, you do not even need a connection to the Internet. You should see a shortcut for it on your desktop.  When you want to use it, click the icon to launch.  

Mix and Match Combinations of Cameras, Screens and Microphone

Use the drop-down menus to select the desired recording options. For more, see the illustrated recording instructions. 

**If you have problems with audio, check the chevron next to the audio icon to select the correct microphone to use for your recording.  

You may need to select the correct mic.  The audio icon is the last one on the right.  The drop-down menu will show you all available devices.

Upload a Recording to My Media

Once you have completed your recording:

1. An entry will be created in your Kaltura Capture Library.  
2. Enter metadata for your media and click Save & Upload.
3. A progress bar will display next to the entry in the Library tab.
4. After the video finishes uploading, a notification with a link to the recording is displayed.  Click the link to be taken to My Media in UNM Learn.
For additional information please see this Completing and Uploading your Recording.

Recordings Stored on your Computer - Library Tab

To see a list of all the files you currently have on your computer, click Manage, then click to open the Library tab.  This is also the tab to select if you have recorded at an earlier time and now wish to upload your work:  Click the Upload button to the right of the desired recording to kick off that process.  NOTE: Recordings that have been uploaded to My Media will not have this option.

For More Information: Kaltura Capture - User Guide 
A Link for Students: Using Capture Lite