Once you've tagged the video with 360, Kaltura will encode it for 360 playback and you'll see the 360 icon in the bottom right of the video display. You'll also see the Google Cardboard icon in the player controls. You should be able to have 360 playback in the browser, using Google Cardboard as well as 360 playback on the KMS Go mobile app.
This video demonstrates how to create a quiz by using the Kaltura Editor
Kaltura Personal Capture is a desktop recording and capture tool for easy creation of videos at home, in the office, on campus, or on the goThis video demonstrates how to get started with the Kaltura Personal Capture Application
In this video, I will demonstrate how to edit captions in the new Kaltura REACH integration captions Editor
This tutorial guides students through the process of installing the Kaltura Capture recorder, recording and uploading a video to MediaSpace before finally submitting the video to NILE for assessment. If you'd prefer written guidance with screenshots then please follow the link below: Q. How do students submit video or audio to NILE for assessment?
How do I submit a video to my NILE assessment?
How to Install the Kaltura Personal Capture Application