Getting Started with YuJa
- Create an Account
- How to begin re-Linking videos
- Download the YuJa Capture Software for TTU machines
We transitioned from Kaltura in Fall 2021. Kaltura access has ended, as of October 31, 2021. For the full transition timeline visit our YuJa Media timeline page.
- Accessing YuJa
- Setting Up Your Profile
- Setting Up Notifications
- Having issues accessing YuJa videos?
About the Media Player
Creating and Uploading Media
- Create a Recording with the Capture Application
- Create a Recording using the Browser Capture Studio (web-based)
- Uploading Media
- Bulk Uploading Media
- Uploading Media from Your Computer (Kaltura, Zoom, & Teams recordings)
- Getting a Direct Link to a YuJa video
- Linking to YouTube Videos
- Linking to Vimeo Videos
- iLearn: Re-link videos after they have been migrated
- iLearn: Adding Media to Content in iLearn
Managing and Sharing Media
- Video Editor Overview
- Remove the Recording Toolbar from Video
- Trim Start or Trim End in the Video Editor
- Cut from the Middle of a Video
- Using the Undo and Save in the Video Editor
- Editing Captions
- Changing a Thumbnail
- Adding Telestrations (annotations) on your Videos
- Adjusting Audio Levels
- Editing Video Chapters
- Creating Video Quizzes
- Adding to iLearn
- Grading Short Answer Quizzes
- Managing and Editing Existing Quizzes
- Understanding Question Types
Downloading of Videos
- Allowing others to download your videos
- Bulk downloading of your own videos (bottom of page)
- Video: Downloading Media (single video)
- Adding Media in iLearn
- Link to Video Quiz
- Re-linking videos after they have been migrated
When we say re-linking the videos from Kaltura to YuJa, we are referring to the fact that links directly to Kaltura videos in your course (content, announcements, etc) will need to be changed to point to your videos on YuJa. Once Kaltura is gone, links that point to Kaltura will not work.
- Creating Playlists and Linking to Content
- Sharing Media Links with Your Class
- Providing Links for Students in Quarantine
At Tennessee Tech University, we believe that all students should have equal technology opportunities in the classroom. The following list includes technologies that may appear in Tennessee Tech courses and the accessibility information for each of those technologies.
- Auto-Captioning Overview
- Accessibility Features in the Media Player
- Adding an Audio Description (it does this for you).
- We can customize the Auto-Caption dictionary. If you have words you use regularly, please let us know and we will add them to the dictionary so it can better interpret for the captions.
- The Word Cloud
- How to Enable and Use Windows Narrator
Please contact the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning at email@example.com or call 931-372-3675.