The MyMediasite portal allows you to create, edit and organize your Mediasite presentations.
Do you already have a video? Here is how to upload the file to Mediasite.
Download and install Mediasite Mosaic to record your computer's desktop, microphone, and optionally your webcam. Mosaic is the modern replacement for Mediasite Desktop Recorder.
Start an ad-hoc, unscheduled recording in a room equipped with a Mediasite capture solution.
Configure your Zoom meeting schedule to automatically import the Zoom Cloud recording into Mediasite.
Nearly everyone uses them, and they are legally required. Enhance the value of your Mediasite presentation with closed captions.
Add interactivity and gauge your students' comprehension with in-video quizzes.
Trim your presentation and perform other basic edits using Mediasite's web-based editor.
The thumbnail is a still image representing your presentation. Replace the system-generated thumbnail with your custom image.
Keep your content organized by moving existing presentations into video collections such as Mediasite Channels and Shared folders.
Set podcast, vodcast and Publish To Go delivery options to download your presentation from the MyMediasite portal.
Offline, but not gone forever. Use Publish To Go to back up and archive your content.
See viewing trends and discover how your audience interacts with your Mediasite content.
Change your presentation's visibility from the default of "Private" to "Viewable" to allow your students and other K-Staters to watch it.
By default, Mediasite content is restricted to those with a valid K-State eID. Modify your presentation's security settings to make it available to the general public.
Include your presentation's sharable URL in email and embed your presentation on a website.
Use LTI-integrated tools built into Canvas to add Mediasite content to your course.
Having trouble playing a Mediasite presentation? Try these troubleshooting tips.
Has your instructor allowed you to download a Mediasite Publish To Go package from your course? Learn how to download and watch it offline.
Streaming video inherently requires an adequate Internet connection. Instructors can consider several options to accommodate students with poor or problematic Internet connectivity.