Kaltura - How to Create a MediaSpace Channel (UW-Madison)
This document provides users with guidance on how to create Kaltura MediaSpace Channels. Channels are organizational "buckets" that can contain media and playlists.
- After logging in to https://mediaspace.wisc.edu, click your name in the upper right corner then click My Channels.
- This will take you to a page that lists all of the channels to which you have access (https://mediaspace.wisc.edu/my-channels). To create a new channel click the blue +Create Channel button in the upper right next to the "Search" field.
You will now be on the "Create a New Channel" page (https://mediaspace.wisc.edu/channels/create). The only required field is "Name". Here is information for all the fields you may see on this page:
Field Description Name (Required) The title of your channel Description A long, rich-text field in which you can describe the channel, insert links, insert images, and apply formatting Tags Keywords used to help define and categorize your channel Privacy Settings that dictate who can see the content in your channel. See Privacy Options for more information. Options Miscellaneous options that affect the behavior of your channel. See Options Details for more information. Categories The categories option will only show up for users who have been granted access to a category by a category owner. Categories are another organizational structure within MediaSpace. They appear in the top navigation bar. By selecting one of the available options, you are placing your channel within a category.
- After you have made all the modifications to fields and settings for the channel, click Save.
|Open||All logged in users can view content but only admin-role users and channel members can contribute content.
Warning! The description in MediaSpace is misleading. Open channels allow all logged in users to contribute content to the channel.
|Restricted||All logged in users can view content and only channel members can contribute content.|
|Private||Only channel members can view and contribute content.|
|Shared Repository||Only channel members can view and contribute content; Content may be published to other channels, according to publishing entitlements.|
|Public||Anyone can view content (including anonymous not logged-in users). Only channel members can contribute content according to their publishing entitlements.|
|Moderate content||Media will not appear in channel until approved by channel manager or moderator|
|Enable comments in channel||This option is enabled by default.|
|Enable subscription to channel||This allows users to subscribe to your channel and be notified when there is new content.|