How to correct closed-captioning errors with Kaltura’s REACH.
Here’s a quick way to find out if a YouTube video has been closed-captioned by a machine (typically pretty bad) or by a person (typically pretty good). Click the “CC” logo Click to Read More →
What’s better than finding a great video for your online class? A video that has already been closed captioned. Films On Demand Films On Demand contains thousands of educational videos Click to Read More →
Videos used in online classes must have closed captions. Period. You can caption videos yourself using Kaltura, or you can choose videos that have already been accurately closed-captioned by a Click to Read More →
Professionally closed-captioned media (video and audio) is widely available from Library Services and multiple sources online. Kaltura, the online video platform integrated within eLearning, will create a “basic” closed caption (this Click to Read More →
(1) Use a Microphone Kaltura, the multimedia platform built into eLearning@UNG (D2L), uses the audio track to translate the spoken word into text. A microphone will provide better audio quality, Click to Read More →
This month we’re highlighting three useful features built into Kaltura, the eLearning video platform used at UNG. Video Quiz Create a multiple-choice quiz in your videos (including YouTube videos). You Click to Read More →