Record a Class Lecture with Kaltura Classroom

Kaltura Classroom is software that allows you to easily record presentations that occur in a classroom. It is installed on most USU classroom computers and can record a classroom's camera feed, microphone, and computer desktop. (See https://classroomsupport.usu.edu/classroom_information/index and filter by "Lecture Capture (Kaltura)" to see which classrooms are equipped with Kaltura Classroom.)

In order to record follow the steps below:

1

Login to the classroom computer

Double-click on the Kaltura Classroom icon to open the recording application

Kaltura Classroom icon

 
2

The Kaltura Classroom application opens, featuring a large red record button and a preview of audio and video inputs

The image below labels the key components of the interface 

Kaltura application

 
3

Turn on the classroom microphone

In most classrooms, there is a lapel microphone either on top of the teaching console or in a console drawer

Turn it on and clip it to yourself

Lav microphone

 
4

Check your audio and video feeds

Before you begin recording, Kaltura Classroom provides a preview of the primary video source, audio source, and secondary video source

Source previews

The Primary Video

Shows the classroom camera. You can click on the camera icon at the top of the preview to turn the primary video on or off.
You can also click on the slider icon to choose a different camera source. 

The Audio Indicator

Shows a bouncing bluish color as you test the microphone. This indicates that audio is being received. You can turn the audio off by clicking on the audio icon at the top of the audio indicator. You can adjust your audio source by clicking on the slider icon. 

The Secondary Video

Set to capture the computer screen. You can click on the computer screen icon at the top of the secondary video preview to turn the screen capture off. You can adjust the screen capture settings or select a different secondary video source by clicking on the slider icon. 
 For an IVC class, be sure to click the screen capture settings to select the AV.io source or CF#### source, which will use whichever presentation source is currently selected.
 
5

Click the Record button to begin recording once you are confident that your video and audio settings are correct

Record button

The application will wait for a few seconds before recording begins to allow you time to transition on your screen to your content. 
 
6

Minimize the Kaltura Classroom application and begin your presentation

Do not close the application until you have stopped the recording

 
7

Maximize the application and click the Stop icon when you are done recording

Kaltura Recording in progress

 
8

To save the recording, enter your A-number in the User Name field

Optionally, you can also change the title for the recording, give it a description and assign it tags

 
9

Click Save 

The video is saved to your Kaltura media library (It may take 2-12 hours for the video to process before it will show up in your My Media page)

Kaltura media upload

 
10

View your video in My Media, within Canvas

Login to Canvas and click your User Profile image at the top right

The newly recorded video appears at the top of your media list

Access my media