Answered By: Kira Appel Last Updated: Feb 05, 2020 Views: 25
For all options below, be sure to watch the movie (or movies) with the captions and check for errors and inaccuracies.
NOTE: Options 2-5 apply for videos to which you hold the copyright, have licensed, are in the public domain or fall within fair use.
- Within Canvas, click the "My Media" tab on the left to discover Kaltura, our "video management and creation tool," integrated in our Canvas interface. All faculty have a Kaltura account but if you have not visited this area before, you will be prompted to confirm your email address before proceeding.
- From there, you may click, "Add New," to upload an existing video in a video format such as .mp4, .avi, or .mov.
- Next, click the edit icon.
- Select "Captions" and the button labeled, "Upload captions file."