The migration of legacy Tegrity recordings to the new Kaltura system is approximately 98% complete, and it is expected to be done very soon. Please note that the auto-captioning for the recordings is a separate process that doesn’t begin until after all the recordings have been migrated. Please don’t worry if you don’t see captions right away. They will populate later.
More importantly, it was just brought to our attention that if you had done any editing to your recordings while they were in the Tegrity system, those edits are not getting migrated, and the raw unedited version of your recordings are what is being uploaded. First, let me say that your edited versions are NOT lost; they just aren’t currently being migrated due to a discrepancy in clarity of the video descriptors.
So, what does this mean? If you did not make any edits to your recordings in Tegrity, then you may publish the migrated recordings to your courses via Kaltura without any problems.
However, if you did make edits to a recording in Tegrity, you currently have 5 options:
1. If you do not care about the lost edits, go ahead and publish your recording as you need.
2. In Kaltura, you can re-edit your recording, save it (or save a copy), then publish it.
3. Create a new recording using Kaltura Capture and publish that.
4. If there is an edited recording that you need right away for next week’s classes, you can request a manual migration of the edited version. Contact Campus Support with the exact name of your migrated recording and the course_ID that it has tagged to it. We will go get the edited version out of our file storage and manually migrate it into your My Media repository for you to publish to your courses.
5. Wait for the edited versions to be migrated. We are in the process of determining how big of an issue this is and how best to quickly resolve it.
As always, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact the Campus Support Center at 479-968-0646 or firstname.lastname@example.org