Kaltura MediaSpace

Kaltura REACH Setup and Walkthrough Guide

Kaltura REACH is a video discovery, search, and accessibility suite that helps organizations deliver the best video experiences for every audience group, across every device. The suite supports captioning, transcription and translation services, in-video and cross-library search and discovery, deep-linking capabilities, as well as metadata and keyword extraction. This guide provides a quick start in configuring and using the API and MediaSpace features of Kaltura REACH.

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Kaltura Search Module User Guide

Introduction to the Kaltura Media Search

Developed specifically for video to address video’s unique findability challenges, the Kaltura Media Search searches through all regular, custom and temporal metadata, and adheres to content entitlements.

The search results are unified, meaning that by searching for a keyword, the results from all metadata fields are returned in one symmetry search through all data.

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How to Add Entitlements to Categories - KMC-NG

Entitlement settings may be added to categories integrated in applications to support content entitlement.

From the Integration Settings page you control to which categories in your account, entitlement settings are added and enforced. See Managing Content Entitlement for more information.

The Entitlement Settings option in the Integration Settings page is available with entitlement account configuration only.

Use the "Privacy Context" to add entitlement to categories.

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How to Add Entitlements to Categories - KMC

Entitlement settings may be added to categories integrated in applications to support content entitlement.

From the Integration Settings page you control to which categories in your account, entitlement settings are added and enforced. See Managing Content Entitlement for more information.

The Entitlement Settings option in the Integration Settings page is available with entitlement account configuration only.

Use the "Privacy Context" to add entitlement to categories.

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