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There are a few ways to do this. However, I want to provide a warning first: You will want to be careful about the size of the files you are downloading. Reason being, is that your account has a data capacity cap, that once reached, will prevent you from downloading anything further. As you may know, video files are very resource-intensive (i.e. they take up A LOT of space)
OK. To your question then!
Option 1: Please view this walk-through, from the Canvas Support Guide, for how to use the File System in Canvas:
Option 2: You can create a ePortfolio. This is helpful, because you can use this to store ALL your course-work from your Canvas Courses. As long as you have an active Canvas Account, the ePortfolio remains active. When you don't, then you can download the data to a zip-file. I strongly recommend that students use this option, as it is helpful when you need to reference a previous assignment of project that happened quite some time ago.
I hope you find this helpful @asinger
Welcome again! Let's us know if this works for you!
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Hi there, @asinger Welcome to the Canvas Community. Thanks for posting your question. In addition to the great resources that @tlampley gave you this afternoon, I wanted to also share this blog post I wrote a while back: Downloading Your Uploaded Media. No guarantees, but you might want to take a look at it to see if will work for your needs. Hope this helps!