How do I screen record using Kaltura with Chrome?
From my experience with Kaltura, it is a media playback tool. To do a shot screen cast you can use something like Jing or Screen-cas-o-matic. The pay for versions do have the ability to export .mp4 files that can be imported into Canvas via the Record/Upload tool in the Rich Content Editor. For longer recordings, you can use something like Camtasia or Captivate.
What I'm wanting to do is record a demonstration of an assignment that I am sharing via computer screen and recording my voice with the demonstration. Kaltura has the option to screen record BUT not with Chrome, and if I attempt to use Firefox or Internet Explorer it is telling me I need a certain java.
You can use Camtasia or a cheaper alternative called Movavi for this. They are very simple to use. However, they do cost some money. Movavi is cheaper. If you have a Mac, you can use Quicktime to do this for free.
There is also an open source free program called CamStudio, however be aware I have not used that one! Oops. Don't use that one. Bad reviews.
I found Movavi for as cheap as $35. Camtasia and Movavi have free full version 30 day trials though!
I will second Robbie Grant Admin's suggestion of Screencast-o-matic, available here: Screencast-O-Matic . Even the free version allows you to export the recording as an MP4 file of up to 15 minutes in length. You can capture whatever you like on your computer screen. And while I have not tried the paid version (which is a measly $15 per year for an individual), at least one person on our campus has and absolutely loves it, given the price. No super-great editing capabilities like in Camtasia, but for a basic screen capture it should more than suffice.
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