Canvas Studio media may be embedded in Canvas as part of a Canvas course page or group content. Studio 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.
The media player also supports keyboard shortcuts. For details, view the Canvas Studio Media Player Keyboard Shortcuts PDF.
Open the Canvas feature area that displays the media you want to view.
To toggle the course, click the Course Filter icon  and select the course you want to view . This will display the unique comments and insights for that course.
Note: The Course Filter only appears in media that is shared in multiple courses.
To play the video or audio file, click the Play button . View the total length of the media in the timeline .
To set the playback volume for the media, click the Volume button  and then click and drag the volume indicator . The indicator farthest to the left indicates no volume; the indicator farthest to the right indicates full volume.
Note: Playback volume is based on the current volume set for your computer. You may also have to adjust the volume for your computer output.
To set the playback speed of the media, click the Media Settings icon  and select the Speed option . By default the media plays at the media's original speed (1x). You can slow the media playback (0.5x) or increase the playback speed (1.5x or 2.0x). To manage the playback speed, select an option .
Note: You cannot change the playback speed for media uploaded from YouTube.
If your media includes inline captions , they display by default. To manage displayed inline captions in your media, click the Media Settings icon  and click the Comments toggle .
Note: You can only turn inline comments to display all or to display none. You cannot manage individual inline caption display settings.
When inline comments are turned on, timeline dots indicate comments added by a user . You can view comments directly in the Comments tab . Comments are arranged chronologically by time and are highlighted as they appear in the media timeline.
Comments can also include replies from other users . Studio displays the first five replies. However, if a comment includes more than five replies, you can load additional replies.
Note: If there are more than 100 comments in a video or audio file, the inline comments option is automatically turned off. However, comments still display in the Comments tab.
If your media includes comments, you can also view the details of the video or audio file. The Details tab shows the name , the description , the profile picture (if supported) and name of the user who uploaded the media , the date the media was uploaded , and any tags associated with the media .
Note: If you have an instructor role, you can also view the Edit Details button, which allows you to edit the details of the media.
To view the video in full screen, click the Full Screen icon.
Note: Not all media uploads include a full screen option.