Safari on MacOS and iOS handles cookies differently than other web browsers. When clicking on "My Media" or "Media Gallery" in Canvas in your Safari browser, you may see the following error:

To correct this error...

In MacOS:

  • Select Safari > Preferences...

  • Select "Always allow" from the Privacy menu

In iOS:

  • Go into the Settings App and choose Safari

iOS Settings - Safari

  • Choose your cookies settings

Safari Settings - Cookies

  • Set your cookies to "Always Allow"

Safari Cookies - Always Allow

Perhaps data in a previous slide has been updated, or it does not appear as clearly in the recording as you wish. Kaltura allows for the insertion of slides into media. A slide will appear as a picture-in-picture in a corner of the video until a subsequent slide is loaded or the viewer dismisses the image. To insert a slide into your media:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the Edit button for the desired media
  • Click the Timeline tab
  • Select the Slide button (the button that resembles a sheet of paper with the corner folded)
  • Add a bookmark:
    • Move the blue bookmark indicator to the point in the media where you want to add a cue point

OR

    • Play the media to the point where you want your cue point to appear, then pause the video and slide the blue bookmark indicator to this point

OR

    • Enter the timecode in the box provided
  • Click the button to Upload Slide
  • Click Choose a file to upload
  • Select your slide image
  • (optional) Add a slide title
  • (optional) Add a description
  • Click Save

Kaltura allows you to mark cue points - or chapters - in your video. This allows for easier navigation of media, particularly lengthy videos. For instance, a one hour recording of a lecture might have a break at the 30 minute mark. Cue points can be added to indicate the start of the second part of the lecture, allowing viewers to easily jump to this chapter. To add a cue point to your media:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the Edit button for the desired media
  • Click the Timeline tab
  • Select the "Create a new Chapter" button (the button that resembles a bookmark)
  • Add a bookmark:
    • Move the blue bookmark indicator to the point in the media where you want to add a cue point

OR

    • Play the media to the point where you want your cue point to appear, then pause the video and slide the blue bookmark indicator to this point

OR

    • Enter the timecode in the box provided
  • (optional) Enter a chapter title
  • (optional) Enter a description
  • (optional) Add a thumbnail for this chapter
  • Click Save

Kaltura provides you with extensive statistics on the viewership and usage of your media, as well as analytics related to your Channels in MediaSpace and your Media Gallery in Canvas. Keep in mind that in MediaSpace, your media can be set so that a person can access it without logging in, so it is possible that the bulk of your viewers will be listed as "anonymous".

To collect analytics on individual media:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Select the desired media
  • From the Actions menu underneath your media, click Analytics

To collect analytics on a Channel:

  • Visit My Channels in MediaSpace
  • Select the desired channel
  • From the Actions menu at the top-right, click Analytics

To collect analytics on a Media Gallery:

  • Visit Media Gallery in a course in Canvas
  • Select the desired channel
  • From the Actions menu at the top-right, click Analytics

Kaltura allows you to replace your media with a new version. This allows you to retain the same URL even though you have a new draft of the same video, and to keep the same historical analytics even though you may have updated the media. To replace your media:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the Edit button for the desired media
  • Click the Replace Video tab
  • Click the Choose a file to upload button
  • Select the replacement video you wish to upload
  • After the file is done uploading, click the Approve Replacement button

Kaltura allows for the ability to attach a file, such as a PowerPoint or PDF, to your media for users to download. In order for a user to download the file, they must be logged into Kaltura with their ONID username and password. To attach a file to your media:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the Edit button for the desired media
  • Click the Attachments tab
  • Click the Upload File button
  • Select the file you wish to attach
  • (optional) Provide a title for your uploaded file
  • (optional) Provide a description for your uploaded file
  • Click the Save button

Kaltura MediaSpace makes it possible for you to publish your content publicly for everyone to see without having to login. Until you publish your video, distributing a link to that video will result in an "Access Denied" error for anyone who follows the link. To help drive viewers to your video, it's important to make your video as "discoverable" as possible. A proper title, description, and metatags will help in search results for external search engines as well as internal searches through Kaltura MediaSpace. Content that has been captioned will also have its transcription text searched when using the Kaltura MediaSpace search. If your users aren't finding your content, make sure you have important elements included in your media's data, such as the name of the speaker, the topic of the presentation, and relevant keywords. To make your media public:

  • Visit My Media in MediaSpace
  • Click on the media you'd like to make public
  • Select Publish from the Actions menu underneath the media
  • Choose Published
  • Select one or more categories into which to sort your media from the Publish in Categories tab

Newer cameras may record as an MPEG transport stream with extensions such as .TS, .MTS, .M2T or .M2TS. Ultimately, all these videos are MPEG videos. If you change your file's extension to .MPEG or .MPG, you should be able to upload your recording successfully.

Windows sometimes conceals the extensions to your video files. In order to see all your file extensions, following these steps:

In Windows 7:

  • Open Windows Explorer (shortcut: Windows-E on the keyboard)
  • Click "Organize" from the menu across the top
  • Choose "Folder and Search options"
  • Click the "View" tab
  • Scroll down and remove the checkmark from "Hide extensions for known file types"
  • Click OK

In Windows XP:

  • Open Windows Explorer (shortcut: Windows-E on the keyboard)
  • Click "Tools" from the menu across the top
  • Choose "Folder Options…"
  • Click the "View" tab
  • Scroll down and remove the checkmark from "Hide extensions for known file types"
  • Click OK

Marking your media as Unlisted means that your media will not be found in Kaltura MediaSpace either by browsing the site or by searching. But the media will remain accessible so that if you share a link to it with others, they will be able to access it without having to login. But if this link is shared by others or added to another web site, it may become public to the world. It is important to note that marking your media as Unlisted still publishes your media. It just makes it less discoverable. This is a suitable solution for discreet but not sensitive material.

You can mark your media as Unlisted by choosing the Publish option from the Actions menu underneath your media and then choosing the Unlisted option.

Kaltura is fully integrated into Canvas. Media a user has previously uploaded through MediaSpace is available under "My Media" in Canvas and, conversely, any media that a user uploads through Canvas will be available to them in under "My Media" in MediaSpace. "My Media" reflects a user's own media content, regardless of what publishing settings have been set for each item in that collection. Each user will see a different collection of content under "My Media" in Canvas as they're looking at their own content and not another person's. Two primary options exist for a user to share their media in Canvas. Those options include:

  • Media Gallery: A teacher or student can publish media to the collective repository for a course, the Media Gallery. Unless the media already carries different publishing settings, publishing content to the Media Gallery guarantees that that media will be accessible only to those who are currently enrolled in the course. Refer to the "How do I add media to my course's Media Gallery?" FAQ for detailed instructions.
  • In-line Embedding: In parts of Canvas where the editor toolbar is available, a video button in the toolbar allows you to select content from My Media and embed it directly into content, such as a Page or Announcement. Refer to the "How do I embed media into a Canvas entry?" FAQ for detailed instructions.

Both options collect analytics on the usage of your media content within the course, which can be accessed via Media Gallery > Actions > Analytics.

Kaltura supports captioning. Disability Access Services at Oregon State University will provide captioning services through Kaltura upon request. They have the ability to add captions to any existing videos in Kaltura or can assist in uploading new videos and captioning them. You can contact DAS at 541-737-4098. If you opt to add your own captions, that ability also exists in Kaltura. To do so:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the Edit button for the desired media
  • Click the Captions tab
  • Click the Upload captions file button
  • Click the Browse... button
  • Select your captions file (only the SRT and DFXP formats are supported)
  • Select the corresponding language
  • Enter a label for this caption (this can be as simple as "English")
  • Click the Save button

If you have found material on Kaltura MediaSpace which you find offensive, please report it to us immediately.

Yes, media in Kaltura can be embedded on a web page.

  • Visit My Media in MediaSpace
  • Click on the media you'd like to embed
  • Click the Share button underneath the media
  • Select Embed
  • Copy this code and paste it into the source code for your web page

Note: only the owner of the media has access to the HTML code necessary for embedding that media.

Users can delete the Playlists they have created. To do this:

  • Visit My Playlists in MediaSpace
  • Click the trash can next to the Playlist you want to delete
  • Click OK to confirm
  • Click the "Add to Playlists" tab underneath a piece of media to add it to a Playlist
  • Click the checkbox next to the Playlist to which you would like to add the media
  • Click Apply

Users of MediaSpace can create their own personal Playlists. To do this:

  • Click the "Add to Playlists" tab underneath a piece of media to add it to a Playlist
  • Click "Create New Playlist" to create a Playlist
  • Enter a name and description
  • Click Create New Playlist

Playlists allow you to group content together for embedding on an external web page. Every time you add a new or remove an item to a Playlist, your embedded player automatically updates to reflect this change.

Channels must have moderation activated in order to approve or reject a submitted piece of media. Only a Channel manager or moderator may approve or reject content submitted to a Channel. To do this:

  • Visit My Channels in MediaSpace
  • Click Edit underneath the Channel you wish to delete
  • Click the Pending tab
  • Select the piece of media you wish to approve or reject
  • Click either the Reject or Approve button

Only a Channel manager may delete a Channel. To do this:

  • Visit My Channels in MediaSpace
  • Click Edit underneath the Channel you wish to delete
  • Click the Advanced tab
  • Click Delete Channel
  • Confirm that you want to delete this Channel by clicking Yes

A content owner can remove any of his media from a Channel to which it had been previously submitted. Channel managers can remove any content that has been previously submitted to their channel.

If you're a content owner:

  • Visit My Media in MediaSpace
  • Select the media you'd like to remove from a Channel
  • Click the Publish tab underneath the media
  • Choose Publish in Channel
  • You will be presented with a list of Channels to which you may submit content
  • Remove the checkbox next to the Channel from which you wish to remove your content
  • Once the checkmark is removed, the media is removed from that Channel

If you're a Channel manager:

  • Visit My Channels in MediaSpace
  • Select the Channel from which you'd like to remove media
  • On the left-hand side you will be presented with the media currently in this Channel
  • Pass your mouse over the media you wish to remove and click Remove
  • Confirm that you want to remove this media by clicking Yes

You must create a Channel or be granted permission from a Channel manager in order to submit content to a Channel. Furthermore, you may only submit content that you own to a Channel. You may add content to a Channel in one of two ways. Either from the Channel's page or from the media's page.

From the Channel's page:

  • Visit My Channels in MediaSpace
  • Select the Channel to which you'd like to add your media
  • Click + Add Media
  • Select a piece of content from the collection of content that you own
  • If you have not yet uploaded your content, you will have the opportunity to do so here
  • Click Add

From your media's page:

  • Visit My Media in MediaSpace
  • Click on the media you'd like to add to the Channel
  • Select Publish from the Actions menu underneath the media
  • Choose Published
  • Choose the Publish in Channel tab
  • You will be presented with a list of Channels to which you may submit content
  • Check the box for the desired Channel or Channels
  • Click Save

Upon creating a Channel, you determine if that Channel is Open, Restricted, Private, Shared Repository, or Public. To modify a Channel's privacy:

  • Visit My Channels in MediaSpace
  • Click the Edit link underneath the desired Channel
  • Select the privacy setting for your channel; the options are:
    • Open - A user must be logged in (with their ONID username and password) to view content but only admin-role users and channel members can contribute content
    • Restricted - A user must be logged in (with their ONID username and password) to view content and only channel members can contribute content
    • Private - Only members of a channel can view or contribute content
    • Shared Repository - Only members of a channel can view and contribute content and content may be published to other channels
    • Public - Anyone can view content without logging in but only channel members can contribute content
  • Click Save

Depending on your choice, you are then required to define who is a member of your Channel if you wish them to access the content therein. You do this as follows:

  • Visit My Channels in MediaSpace
  • Click the Edit link underneath the desired Channel
  • Click the Members tab
  • Click Add Member
  • Enter the ONID username of the person you'd like to add as a member
  • Determine the permissions you would live to give to this member. They are:
    • Member: May view content in the Channel
    • Contributor: May view content in Channel and submit new content
    • Moderator: May view content in the Channel, submit new content, and approve submitted content if the Channel is moderated
    • Manager: Same permissions as the creator of the Channel; May view, submit and approve content, as well as Edit permissions, modify details of the Channel, or delete it outright
  • Click Add

Channels allow content owners to group media together in MediaSpace and restrict access to that media to only a defined list of users based on ONID usernames. Note: if you publish your media to a public category, adding that same media to a Channel will not restrict who has access to it.

Categories in MediaSpace are created by Academic Technology. If you would like an additional category, please contact us.

You can add your content to as many as seven different categories in MediaSpace.

MediaSpace administrators have the ability to restrict categories in a number of ways:

  • Listing: The media within this category is not listed unless the user is logged in or unless the user is on a specific access list.
  • Visibility: The category is not visible among the other categories in MediaSpace unless the user is on a specific access list.
  • Submission: A user may not submit media a category unless the user is on a specific access list.

Users on an access list can have one of two different types of permissions:

  • Member: May view the contents of the category.
  • Contributor: May view the contents of the category and submit new media.

Certain categories in MediaSpace are unmoderated. You can add your content to any of these categories. At the same time, administrators may find your content is inappropriate for the selected category and may remove it from that category.

Initially, all media uploaded into Kaltura is restricted to only the person who uploaded that media, the "owner." But there are a number of ways to distribute that media. These include:

By default, viewers cannot download media from Kaltura. But media owners can flag their media for users to download. To do so:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the Edit button for the desired media
  • Click the Downloads tab
  • Check the box for the available download formats
  • Click Save

For best results with video, we recommend preparing videos in 1280x720 pixels and using the H.264 video codec at 4000 kbps.

Kaltura supports most video and audio formats. If you've encountered a filetype that is giving you difficulty, please contact us.

Content uploaded to Kaltura is encoded in a variety of formats for both desktop and mobile playback. They are:

  • Basic/Small (400 kbps video, 64 kbps audio, 640x[auto])
  • Basic/Small (600 kbps, 64 kbps audio, 640x[auto])
  • SD/Small (900 kbps, 64 kbps audio, 640x[auto])
  • SD/Large (1500 kbps, 128 kbps audio, [auto]x720)
  • HD/720 (2500 kbps, 128 kbps audio, [auto]x720)
  • HD/1080 (4000 kbps, 128 kbps audio, [auto]x1080)

It is important to note that Kaltura cannot produce a piece of media at a higher resolution than the quality of the original file.

Kaltura can support both audio and video files.

Kaltura supports HTML5 video playback. That means that any modern browser should be able to support the media you are trying to play. This includes Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera. No plugins are required to play content. But there remains a few reasons why a piece of media may not play. These are just a few:

  • Out of Date Browser: Make sure your browser is up to date to its current version.
  • Slow Connection: A slow connection simply means that you'll get your media - it will only take longer to reach you. Watch the media's progress bar to see how much of the media has been buffered. Give it some time. Larger media may not play back smoothly until the entire segment has been buffered.
  • Incomplete Buffering: Sometimes the buffering of a piece of media is interrupted and you can't get the full clip to buffer properly because the interrupted clip has been been cached. Clearing your browser's cache may solve this.
  • Access Controls: Kaltura MediaSpace allows content owners to restrict access to their media. If you see an Access Denied message when attempting to view a piece of media, first make sure that you are logged in. If the issue persists, contact the content owner and request that you be added to the access list for that piece of media.

There is no limit to the duration, size, or number of media that can be uploaded into Kaltura. If you have difficulty uploading your media, please contact us.

Flash is not required to playback Kaltura media. If you find that videos and audio are not loading in your web browser, please make sure that you have the latest version of that browser. If you are not sure, or your browser needs updating, please contact the Service Desk.

Kaltura content is designed for both desktop and mobile playback. You can play your videos back on Mac OS or Windows, as well as on Android or iOS, in any current web browser, including Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Opera.

The preferred method of receiving media (audio or video) as an assignment in Canvas is to have students embed that content into their submission. To create such an assignment in Canvas:

  • Go to the Assignments tab in your course
  • Add a new assignment
  • Give your assignment a name and allocate points to it
  • As "Submission Type", check the box for "Text Entry"
  • Save your assignment

Students will now be able to submit an assignment by embedding it into a text entry. Refer to the "How do I embed media into a Canvas entry?" FAQ for detailed instructions.

Kaltura is directly integrated into Canvas and allows users who are editing or creating new text content (such as a Page, Announcement, or Assignment) to embed their media (audio or video) directly into their text. This is the preferred method for students to submit media (audio or video) as an assignment in Canvas.

In order to do this:

  • Click on the "Embed Kaltura Media" button in the editor toolbar; the button resembles a filmstrip

  • Find the media you want to embed and click Select

Kaltura gives you basic editing functionality that allows you to cut away excess footage at the front and back of your video (edit "heads" and "tails"). Anything more complicated will require you to download you video and edit it in editing software such as Adobe Premiere or Apple Final Cut.

Both "trimming" and "clipping" functionality is available within Kaltura. Trimming means impacting your existing, original recording. While clipping will made a copy of your video but will leave the original untouched.

To trim your video:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the Edit button for the media in question
  • Click the Trim Video tab
  • In the timeline underneath your video, move the left bracket to the beginning of the portion of the video you want to keep and click the "Set Starting Point" button
  • Now move the right bracket to the end of the portion of the video you want to keep and click the "Set Ending Point" button
  • Press the Trim Video button

Your existing video will be processed and modified as indicated.

To clip your video:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the Edit button for the media in question
  • Click the Create Clip button on the Edit page
  • In the timeline underneath your video, move the left bracket to the beginning of the portion of the video you want to keep and click the "Set Starting Point" button
  • Now move the right bracket to the end of the portion of the video you want to keep and click the "Set Ending Point" button
  • Press the Create Clip button

The edited video will be processed and created as a new entry which will appear in your collected My Media.

 

Kaltura has an a desktop recorder tool that you can download and install on MacOS and Windows computers. The tool, called CaptureSpace, can be accessed from My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas. Click Add New > Recording Tools, and follow the instructions to download and install CaptureSpace on your computer. CaptureSpace has audio, webcam, screen, and presentation capture capabilities.

To learn more about using CaptureSpace, visit the CaptureSpace tutorial.

A teacher or student can publish media to the collective repository for a course, the Media Gallery. Unless the media already carries different publishing settings, publishing content to the Media Gallery guarantees that that media will be accessible only to those who are currently enrolled in the course. To add a video to the course's Media Gallery:

  • Select "Media Gallery" from your course menu

  • Click the blue "Add Media" button at the top-right

  • Check the box next to the media you'd like to add to your course

  • Click the blue "Publish" button

Kaltura will allow you to reassign your media to another ONID user as follows:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the Edit button for the desired media
  • Click on the Collaboration tab
  • Click on the "Change media owner" button
  • In the dialogue box that pops up, search for the person to whom you'd like to assign the media by first name, last name, or ONID name, and then select that user
  • Click Save

Kaltura allows you to assign one or more co-editors and co-publishers for your media.

A co-publisher has the ability to publish your media but cannot change any parameters of your media, such as title or description.

A co-editor can publish your media but can also change parameters of your media, such as title or description.

To assign a co-publisher:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the Edit button for the media in question
  • Click the Trim Video tab
  • Click on the Collaboration tab
  • Click on the "Add Collaborator" button
  • In the dialogue box that pops up, search for the person to whom you'd like to assign the media by first name, last name, or ONID name, and then select that user
  • Check the box for Co-Publisher
  • Click Add

To assign a co-editor:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the Edit button for the media in question
  • Click the Trim Video tab
  • Click on the Collaboration tab
  • Click on the "Add Collaborator" button
  • In the dialogue box that pops up, search for the person to whom you'd like to assign the media by first name, last name, or ONID name, and then select that user
  • Check the box for Co-Editor
  • Click Add

If you'd like to reassign ownership entirely of your media to someone else, follow these instructions.

Learn how to find media that has been shared with you here.

Kaltura has the ability to assign other users as co-editors and co-publishers. If you have been assigned as a co-editor or co-publisher for a piece for media, you can find it as follows:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the drop-down for "View Media I Own"
  • Choose either "Media I can Publish" or "Media I can Edit"

Kaltura's CaptureSpace Desktop Recorder can be installed on MacOS and Windows computers. While any user on a Windows computer can install CaptureSpace without elevated permissions, a user on a MacOS computer must be administrator of their machine in order to install the software. If you are not the administrator of your MacOS computer, please contact the Service Desk additional support.

To install CaptureSpace:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click "Add New"
  • Choose "Recording Tools"
  • You will be presented with a disclaimer related to Oregon State University's policies
  • Check the box labeled "I agree to the above terms and conditions" to indicate that you will abide by these policies
  • Download and install the software for either Windows or MacOS
  • You will have to repeat the previous steps to link the installed CaptureSpace software to your ONID username
  • Click "Add New"
  • Choose "Recording Tools"
  • You will be presented with a disclaimer related to Oregon State University's policies
  • Check the box labeled "I agree to the above terms and conditions" to indicate that you will abide by these policies
  • Confirm that you do want to run the software you just downloaded and installed
  • CaptureSpace will open on your computer

Kaltura's CaptureSpace Recorder is a full suite of recording tools for your Windows and MacOS computer. CaptureSpace gives you a range of recording options, from plain voice recordings, to webcam recordings, screen recordings, and presentation recordings. The distinction between a screen recording and a presentation recording is that a screen recording will capture anything on the selected screen you've chosen to record - or the portion of that screen you've selected to record. It is a full-motion recording tool which will capture whatever happens on the screen, including mouse movements, animations and transitions in your presentations, and even videos that you play back. The screen recording tool also has basic drawing tools. Presentation recording will capture a PowerPoint presentation as it happens. It is not a full-motion recording tool. It does not capture animations, transitions, or mouse movements. Instead, it takes a single still screenshot of each slide as you advance through your presentation and reads all the text in your presentation. Combined, these screenshots and text turn your recording into an indexed, searchable video. Viewers of these presentation recordings can search the video and jump directly to specific slides. This functionality is not available by default in screen recordings.

Once you've installed CaptureSpace, you can run the software as follows:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click "Add New"
  • Choose "Recording Tools"
  • Add New > Recording Tools
  • You will be presented with a disclaimer related to Oregon State University's policies
  • Check the box labeled "I agree to the above terms and conditions" to indicate that you will abide by these policies
  • CaptureSpace will open on your computer

 

It's always important to save the original copies of your media for safekeeping. But if you need to download a copy of your media from Kaltura, you can do so as follows:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click the Edit button for the media in question
  • In the Edit player window, click the download button, found between the Quality Settings gear and the Full Screen button, and your video will download

You can upload video and audio into Kaltura, and there are no restrictions as to the duration, size, or number of media that can be uploaded. To upload your media into Kaltura:

  • Visit My Media in either MediaSpace or Canvas
  • Click "Add New"
  • Choose "Media Upload"
  • If you're not logged in, you will be prompted to login with your ONID username and password
  • You will be presented with a disclaimer related to Oregon State University's policies
  • Check the box labeled "I agree to the above terms and conditions" to indicate that you will abide by these policies
  • Click "+ Choose a file to upload"
  • Browse your computer to locate the file you wish to upload and click Open
  • The blue bar will indicate the progress of the file upload
    • DO NOT close this window until the progress bar has turned green and it reads "Finished uploading!"
    • If the upload process is interrupted, you can repeat this process, and Kaltura will resume the upload from where you left off
  • You may enter values for Name, Created By, Description and Tags
  • As your file uploads, you may upload additional recordings by clicking on “+ Choose another file”
  • Click "Save"
  • Visit My Channels in MediaSpace
  • Click "+ Create Channel" to create a Channel
  • Enter a name and description
  • Select the privacy setting for your channel; the options are:
    • Open - A user must be logged in (with their ONID username and password) to view content but only admin-role users and channel members can contribute content
    • Restricted - A user must be logged in (with their ONID username and password) to view content and only channel members can contribute content
    • Private - Only members of a channel can view or contribute content
    • Shared Repository - Only members of a channel can view and contribute content and content may be published to other channels
    • Public - Anyone can view content without logging in but only channel members can contribute content
  • Click Save