Streaming Capacity Planning Guide

Media streaming is a powerful tool for delivering media to Internet connected viewers, and most of today’s progressive organizations are leveraging this capability for training, instruction, entertainment, event sharing, and so forth. Customers that make serious use of streaming should be certain they have the streaming server/network capacity and architecture to satisfy anticipated viewer demand […]

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Configure an Identity Provider

If your institution uses LDAP (or Active Directory) or Shibboleth authentication you can add either as an identity provider for Ensemble Video. Also, you can configure auto-provisioning (automatic account creation) for your deployment. Please refer to the Configuring Auto-Provisioning PDF. We also recommend that you review the Ensemble Video Authentication Guide PDF. First go to the […]

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Setup a Video Playlist

Playlists are an excellent way to create a custom collection of content for a website, LMS, CMS or Blog. Once a playlist is created, Ensemble Video users can “Publish” one or more items in their Media Library and Shared Library to their Playlist. Finally, Playlist are also used in Ensemble Video Portals. To create new […]

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Self-Hosted Installation Checklist

This article is designed to help you prepare and execute a self-hosted Ensemble Video deployment, whether it is a production system or a pilot system. STEP 1: Request Trial To kick-start the process request a self-hosted trial from your sales representative (sales@ensemblevideo.com) OR deliver you Purchase Order (PO) to your Ensemble sales representative (sales@ensemblevideo.com). STEP […]

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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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Change the Ensemble Video Portal Logo

The Ensemble Video Portal enables organizations to generate a branded Video Portal using a single Ensemble Video playlist. View an example portal. To learn more about the Ensemble Video Portal, click here. To change the Ensemble Video Portal logo in version 3.6 and up, view the How to Create a Portal PDF (v. 3.6 & Up) […]

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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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Change Your Ensemble Video Password

To change your Ensemble Video Password, simply click the username link link at the very top of the page, then click Change my password. Enter your current password, and the new password you have chosen to change to. Confirm your new password, and finally click Submit. View the Change Your Ensemble Video Password PDF

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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 4.0+ or 3.7+? Download the Ensemble Video Building Block Setup the Ensemble Video Building Block Once you have configured […]

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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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