Setup the CaptionEx Captioning Service

Ensemble Video’s integrated captioning service powered by CaptionEx makes your video accessible for all your viewers, at a much lower price point. The CaptionEx integration allows selected Ensemble Video users to pick and choose which videos can be captioned, making those videos accessible to all your viewers. View the How to Setup the CaptionEx Captioning […]

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Configure Brightspace by D2L Integration

Ensemble Video 3.6 includes a built-in Brightspace by D2L Media Publishing Plugin, which unifies video content management and LMS publishing for the user. This integration provides a simple way for educators to upload media, access their existing Ensemble Video media libraries, and publish single videos and video playlists into their course, without ever leaving the […]

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Setup the Moodle Plugin

Along with the Ensemble Video Moodle Filter Plugin, this plugin makes it easier for Moodle users to add videos and playlists to content without having to navigate to Ensemble Video and copy/paste complicated embed codes. This plugin provides additional video and playlist repositories in the content editor that enable Moodle users to search and choose […]

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Using the Moodle Plugin

Ensemble Video playlists and videos can be inserted into a Moodle course to easily share content with your users. After logging into a course, Moodle users can access Ensemble Video Playlists or Videos using the “Insert Moodle Media Option.” View the Using the Moodle Plugin PDF, or view the How to Setup the Moodle Plugin […]

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Setup and Use the Drupal Module

This document and how-to video helps you configure the Ensemble Video Drupal Module. The Drupal Module enables users to easily insert single videos and video playlists (web destinations) into their Drupal CMS articles and/or basic pages. Like many Drupal modules, the Ensemble Video Drupal Module allows you to extend and customize Drupal functionality. You can […]

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Setup and Use the YouTube Feed

Ensemble Content administrators can setup a YouTube feed to publish video content to a YouTube account. This is useful if content administrators want to house their content in Ensemble Video, but also share their content with YouTube.

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Embed video playlist in Blogger

This tutorial assumes you have created a video playlist (web destination), and are ready to paste the corresponding Ensemble Video HTML Plugin code into a Blogger blog post. View the How to Post a Playlist in Blogger PDF Note: Instead of displaying your Ensemble Video playlist in a blog post, which will travel downward in your […]

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Blackboard Building Block Setup

This document helps you configure the Ensemble Video open source Blackboard Building block. The Blackboard Building Block enables users to easily insert single videos and video playlists (web destinations) into their Blackboard course. On Ensemble Video 3.7+? Download the Ensemble Video Building Block Setup the Ensemble Video Building Block Once you have configured this integration, click […]

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Using the Blackboard Building Block

The Blackboard Building Block enables instructors to easily upload and embed video and video playlists in Blackboard or to search for individual videos and easily embed those videos in Blackboard. Instructors can also search for and insert items from Ensemble-managed institutional content repositories that are available to all Blackboard instructors. Note: You must have the […]

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Setup the Moodle Activity Block

You need the Moodle Activity Block installed on your Moodle implementation. Click here to Download the Moodle Activity Block. Installation The EnsembleMoodleModule-v1.0.0.zip file has a single directory called “ensembleContent”. Extract EnsembleMoodleModule-v1.0.0.zip to moodle/mod directory Login to Moodle as an administrator Expand the “Site administration” node and click on “Notifications” You should see “Ensemble Content” module […]

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