This article describes how to implement the Kaltura Player autoplay on mobile devices..
This guide describes how to deploy the Kaltura Video Extension for cloud based, SharePoint 2013 online, for Office 365. If you are a SharePoint professional you will find the deployment process for the Kaltura Video Solution is very similar to other SharePoint solutions’ deployment.
This guide describes how to deploy the Kaltura Video Extension for SharePoint 2013 on-Premise. If you are a SharePoint professional you will find the deployment process for the Kaltura Video Extension is very similar to other SharePoint solution deployments. This guide is intended for SharePoint administrators.
This article describes the Kaltura Player support for Chromecast.
This article describes how to use the Kaltura player plugin to easily translate internal notifications into Google Analytics beacons.
Often applications require the ability to respond to asynchronous events that occurred on the Kaltura server. For example, when a Media Entry was uploaded, finished transcoding or any other status update. This guide will take you through the steps of listening to these events, called Event Notifications, how to parse the data carried in these notifications and respond properly in your applications.
Kaltura MediaSpace™ SAML Integration Guide
This guide describes how to configure the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) module in Kaltura MediaSpace™ (KMS) 5.x. This guide is intended for Kaltura partners, community members, and customers who want to understand and configure SAML authentication and authorization in MediaSpace.
This article describes how to set up an Opera channel that streams from a Kaltura account.
This article describes how to set up a Roku channel that streams from a Kaltura account.
Overview of the Federated Search for KMS and KAF-based Applications
As adoption of Kaltura products like MediaSpace and KAF-based extensions continues to grow, there is increasing demand to make content published in these applications discoverable in other customer properties. These fall, traditionally, into two main “Intranet” categories: