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As an instructor, if Arc has been enabled at the course or account level, you can view your Arc library through the Arc Media Library link in Course Navigation. This link allows you to see your course collections without having to access Arc through the Rich Content Editor. Accessing Arc through the Course Navigation Menu includes the same…
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Canvas Doc Team
You can upload video or audio files in Arc either through the Add button or by dragging and dropping into the My Uploads page. Media can be uploaded from any page in your account. After a media file is uploaded, you can manage all controls and settings. You can bulk upload multiple specific media files at a time. The maximum file size for a media…
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Canvas Doc Team
If you receive an email welcoming you to Arc, you need to verify your account by setting up a password. This password is used to access a specific Arc site separate from Canvas. When you accept the account invitation, the login page shows the URL you should use to manage and access Arc. Most commonly, email invitations are only sent to users who…
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Canvas Doc Team
In Canvas, users can embed media from Arc in any feature area with the Rich Content Editor, including Assignments, Discussions, and Pages. Media is embedded using the Arc LTI tool. You can select existing media and also upload new media through the Arc LTI tool. When embedding media in Canvas, comments are enabled by default, but you can choose to…
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Canvas Doc Team
You can generate or upload caption files to a video or audio files that you can edit in Arc. The most common file type is an SRT file, though Arc also supports VTT files, which are more user-friendly for mobile devices. If you need help creating a captioned file, you can use a captioning site such as Amara to easily create captions for your video…
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Canvas Doc Team
As an instructor, you can delete comments in any media that has been added to your course. Comments cannot be edited except by the user who created the comment. Deleted comments cannot be recovered. Note: In groups, instructors cannot manage all comments. A comment can only be managed by the person who made the comment. Open Media Open…
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Canvas Doc Team
If necessary, you can delete a video or audio file from Arc. Deleting a video or audio file also removes all comments. Note: If you delete media from a course collection, the media will only be deleted from the course where you are deleting the media. The media will still exist in all other collections where the media exists. Locate Media    …
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Canvas Doc Team
After you upload a video or audio file, you can edit the details of the media and add tags. Details include the title and description of the media. Descriptions do not appear anywhere in Arc, but the content in the description is used to locate the media files when users search for them. Tags help organize the media and also act as search terms…
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Canvas Doc Team
As part of your institution's Arc configuration, your Arc account includes LTI keys that are used to integrate Arc into other compatible platforms, including Canvas. If you need to access the LTI Keys for your institution, you can view them as an admin in your Arc site. Note: The LTI Keys are for an entire institution, not just for you as an…
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Canvas Doc Team
Arc media may be embedded in Canvas as part of a Canvas course page or group content. Arc media can be embedded using any feature that supports the Rich Content Editor such as Assignments, Discussions, and Pages. Embedded media in Canvas may or may not include comments. Open Media Open the Canvas feature area that displays the media you…
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