Activities: YU Kaltura Media Resource
YU Kaltura Media Package
"YU Kaltura Media Package" is a third-party's Kaltura plugin package (a series of plugins) for Moodle 2.9 or later.
This package is developed by the Media and Information Technology Center, Yamaguchi University.
By using this package, users can upload media to the Kaltura server, and easily embed the media in Moodle courses.
Moreover, this package provides some useful functions.
Since this package does not require Kaltura Application Framework (KAF), can work with Kaltura Community Edition (CE) and other editions.
In order to use this package, administrators must install "YU Kaltura Media Local Libraries" and "YU Kaltura Media Gallery".
These plugins provide functions such as uploading, playing back and deleting media files to users.
In addition, the administrators can install "YU Kaltura Media Assignment", "YU Kaltura Media Resource", and "YU Kaltura Media for Atto".
These plugins provide teachers ability of creating resource and activity modules which use kaltura media in their Moodle courses. And, user can embed his/her media into text area (introduction or page content) through the Atto HTML editor.
Please note that there is a chance this module will not work on some Moodle environment.
Also, this package is only available in English and Japanese. Stay tuned to future versions for other language supports.
Original plugin package ("Kaltura Video Package") has better functions than ours and is easy to use. So that, for customers of the "Kaltura SaaS Edition", use the original plugin package is the better.
YU Kaltura Media Resource for Moodle
This is a resource module.
Teachers can create media play page (embed media) in their courses, and can view students' play/view status.
Teachers can choose a media player from Kaltura players, and can set player's size (dimension).
Aditionally, the teacher can upload and record new media in resource editing page.
Students can play the embedded media.
This plugin is updated with stable releases. To follow active development on GitHub, click here.
- PHP5.3 or greater.
- System administrators must use the same communication protocol for all routes (between the web browser and the Moodle, between the Moodle and the Kaltura, and between the web browser and the Kaltura). It is better to use HTTPS as the communication protocol.
- Administrators must not delete "Default" access control profile from their Kaltura server. If they delete the "Default" profile, they must create new profile named "Default" before install our plugins.
- These plugins do not support Flash players. Therefore, please use HTML5 players.
- "local_yukaltura" and "local_yumymedia" plugins.
- Boost (version 1.1.7 and later)
- Classic (version 1.3.0 and later)
Unzip the plugin into /mod/kalmediares within your Moodle install.
Installation will be completed after you log in as an administrator and access the notification menu.
After upgrading the plugin from version 1.1.x/1.2.x to 1.3.x (or later version), the administrators must execute the following command:
This script reads the access logs of students from the Moodle standard log, and inserts records to new database table. The verison 1.3.0 and laters use this table in order to display an access status list of students.
How to use
Targeted Moodle versions
Moodle 2.9, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7
- MOODLE_29_STABLE -> Moodle2.9 branch
- MOODLE_30_STABLE -> Moodle3.0 branch
- MOODLE_31_STABLE -> Moodle3.1 branch
- MOODLE_32_STABLE -> Moodle3.2 branch
- MOODLE_33_STABLE -> Moodle3.3 branch
- MOODLE_34_STABLE -> Moodle3.4 branch
- MOODLE_35_STABLE -> Moodle3.5 branch
- MOODLE_36_STABLE -> Moodle3.6 branch
- MOODLE_37_STABLE -> Moodle3.7 branch
First clone the repository with "git clone", then "git checkout MOODLE_29_STABLE(branch name)" to switch branches.
- We are not responsible for any problem caused by this software.
- This software follows the license policy of Moodle (GNU GPL v3).
- "Kaltura" is the registered trademark of the Kaltura Inc.
- Web-camera recording function in supports the Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari. For smartphones and tablets, you can record movie through a normal media uploader.
- Uploading and recording functions in resource and activity modules may not work well with smartphones. Because, low resolution screen cannot display these forms correctly.