If you are using the legacy Zoom Kaltura Integration, please be certain to cancel and remove the legacy integration settings and enable the latest available Kaltura integration with Zoom from the Zoom Marketplace.
To configure the Zoom Kaltura integration settings
- Browse to the Zoom Marketplace website and login with your admin credentials.
- Search for and then select Kaltura.
- Click Install to add the application to your account.The following screens are displayed:
Authentication Screen - use to authorize with your Kaltura account credentials.
- Enter the Authentication information.
The User Name and Password information comes from the "Settings > My User Settings", User Details section in the Kaltura Management Console.
6. Enter the Settings information:
a. Input the Default Kaltura User ID. This User ID will be used if the Zoom host user ID does not exist in Kaltura and will become the default owner for uploaded recordings.
b. Input the Zoom Category - The Category name for Zoom meeting recordings. Enter a category for Zoom Webinars to assign recordings from webinars to this category.
c. Check the "Enable Upload Recording" to enable the integration.
d. You can choose to create users automatically if they do not exist, by marking the check box.
e. Enable Webinar Upload - Select this option if you'd like to upload recordings from Webinars from this Zoom account. When this box is checked, Zoom webinar recordings will be uploaded and automatically placed in the Zoom Webinar Category defined above. The webinar host will be the owner of the recorded entry and the panelists will be added as collaborators.
f. Meeting participants can be added as co-publishers, co-viewers, or only the host can be defined as the owner of the recording. This option will apply to all meeting recordings.
g. In some cases, users are defined in Zoom differently than they are defined in Kaltura. For example, Zoom may transfer the entire email address (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) and in some cases only the user name (e.g. first.last). This setting enables sync between Zoom users and Kaltura users by adding or removing a postfix (e.g. @company.com) or maintaining the same user ID as in Zoom.
7. Once all settings are defined, click submit to apply your configuration.