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How to get the embed code to work over HTTPS in the Kaltura Building Block for Blackboard
Media uploaded via one of the following methods should work over HTTPS as expected: Create Item> Mashup Tool> Kaltura Media Tool> Kaltura Media Build Content> Kaltura Media However, media that was uploaded via embed codes (copying ...
What’s New in the Kaltura Building Block for Blackboard Learn V5
Overview   The Kaltura Building Block for Blackboard Learn offers an out-of-the-box solution that enables users to view, record, upload, publish, search, and share video directly from their Blackboard Learn environment. This translates in...
How to enable Kaltura Video Building Block for Blackboard's content on HTML5 devices
To play content in Blackboard using HTML5 devices  Be certain that your content has both iPad/iPhone flavors. The 'Support Mobile' check-box in the Kaltura Video Building Block for Blackboard Configuration page is checked.  ...
How to configure HTTPS in Kaltura Building Block for Blackboard
To change the Blackboard configuration to HTTPS, following the steps below: Go to 'System Admin' tab. Go to 'Building Block' in the 'Building Block' window. Go to 'Installed Tools'. Find 'Kaltura Integration&...
Troubleshooting Kaltura Building Block for Blackboard - Slow Performance
Slow performance of the Kaltura Video Building Block for Blackboard may be caused by specific types of DNS queries (NBNS queries) that are sent by the network before issuing an HTTP request, and by a specific network setup that can cause a delay in ...
How to configure Kaltura's Building Block for Blackboard to work through HTTPs / SSL
Instructions:. Step 1 for OnPrem accounts: Change partner's CDN Host ("Service Host Name") configuration in Admin Console to:  http://cdnsecakmi.kaltura.com   Note - this should be configured with http prefix an...
Overview of Kaltura Video Building Block for Blackboard Learn
Kaltura's Video Building Block for Blackboard Learn offers an out-of-the-box extension that enables you to view, record, upload, publish, search, and share video directly from your Blackboard Learn environment. This translates into time and mon...
Faculty Repository
The Faculty Repository is a central gallery where faculty can browse, search, watch and use media shared by other faculty members. Kaltura Administrators can populate the Faculty Repository with curriculum and library content. Contributing to the F...
Add the Featured Media Gallery to a Course Home Page and Add Media to a Course's Featured Media Gallery
This article describes how to add the featured Media Gallery to a course home page and add media to a course's featured Media Gallery. To add the Featured Media Gallery to a course home page In a course home page, click Add Course Module. ...
Adding New Media and Re-purposing Existing Media in Other Tools and Content Areas Via the Mashup Tool
The Kaltura Video Building Block for Blackboard Learn Mashup Tool can be used to embed media inside rich-text elements such as Forums and Assignments. By integrating with the Mashup Tool, the ability to add media anywhere a user is allowed to publis...
Sharing Content Outside of Blackboard Learn
Content may be shared outside of the Blackboard Learn environment in either one of the following ways: Grabbing a Player Embed Code: Users can grab the HTML code of a video player for a specific entry and then copy-paste it into an HTML page outsi...
Adding Media to Courses from the Kaltura Management Console (KMC)
Administrators that have access to their Kaltura account and the KMC can assign media directly to courses via the KMC. Blackboard Learn courses are organized using the Kaltura taxonomy called ‘categories’. Each course is assigned to a c...
Adding Curriculum and Library Media to the Faculty Repository from the KMC
Kaltura Administrators such as librarians and video technicians can upload media for faculty members to use via the Faculty Repository. Media must be assigned to one or more fields of study (a sub category of the defined root category of the Facult...