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DeakinAir is a secure video platform for Deakin staff and students. It is Deakin’s version of YouTube.
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DeakinAir is an online video platform based on the Kaltura application that allows you to contribute video to teaching sites in CloudDeakin.

It is made available to Deakin staff and enrolled students for educational use only and not for personal or commercial use.

 

Access DeakinAir: http://air.deakin.edu.au/

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By default, you will only be able to see Deakin promotional material by searching in DeakinAir. If you have a direct link to a video: e.g. http://air.deakin.edu.au/public/media/A+Short+Walk+Through+DeakinAir/0_1ya58ae2, you (or anyone else with internet access) can go directly to a video and watch it without logging in.

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Uploading content to DeakinAir (Kaltura) Go to air.deakin.edu.au, and login (top right of the page). Note: Some faculties/schools have a specific group login and other settings for DeakinAir course materials – please check with your faculty/school admin before uploading files. DeakinAir screenshot: log in (top right of screen) Click ‘Add New’ (top middle of the page) > ‘Media Upload’. DeakinAir screenshot: upload media button Click ‘Choose a file to upload’. Browse to your movie, select it and then wait for upload. Upload is limited to 2GB files. Kaltura accepts all common video, audio and image formats in all resolutions. DeakinAir screenshot: choose a file to upload You will be prompted to add a name for the movie, who it was created by, a description and tags (keywords) and then click ‘Save’. As per step 1 above, your faculties/schools may have specific items that need to be added at this step. Please check with your faculty/school admin. Click the ‘My Media’ link to see the uploaded file/s. DeakinAir screenshot: My Media button For others to see your video, you need to: provide the URL, or add an embed code on another site. Go to the ‘My Media’ area on the DeakinAir site, and then click on the name of the video you want to share. You can then either: Copy the URL from the address bar at the top of DeakinAir page and share with others; or copy the embed code for the video and add to another site (e.g. CloudDeakin). View instructions on how to embed a video (‘Sharing content’ tab and ‘Embed code’/‘Insert Stuff Method’ links).  
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Windows

If you are on a Windows computer (PC) using Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8

and you want to import all of your iPad images or videos:

  1. Plug your iPad USB cable into your iPad, and the other end into your computer.
  2. An autoplay window will show. Click ‘Import Pictures and Videos using Windows’
  3. A pop up will appear on the bottom right of your screen. Click the ‘import’ button to transfer any photos from your iPad to your ‘My Pictures’ folder.

and you just want to copy across the one video you made:

  1. Plug your iPad USB cable into your iPad, and the other end into your computer.
  2. An autoplay window will show. Click ‘Open device to view files’.
  3. In the top right of the screen, type .mov in the search field and press enter on your keyboard. You will be able to work out which video in the resulting list is the one you want by looking at the date it was saved (you can also play it to check it is the right one). Copy your video from your iPad to another location on your PC (e.g. My videos folder).

Windows autoplay window (Your version may have more options than this, depending on what software is installed on your computer).

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Mac
  1. Plug your iPad USB cable into your iPad, and the other end into your computer.
  2. Launch iPhoto. If you have configured iPhoto to automatically open when connecting a digital camera, it will launch when you plug in your iPad. If not, open iPhoto from the Dock or from the Applications folder.
  3. Import your photos. iPhoto will show you all the images currently on your Camera Roll but not yet imported. Select the items you want to import, then click the blue ‘Import Selected’ button (top right of your screen).
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Option 1: Add your DeakinAir video through ‘Insert Stuff’ > ‘DeakinAir’ > ‘Embed’

1) Log into your CloudDeakin page and go to where you want to add your video (e.g. news item, content/topic page etc. See CloudDeakin Content help pages if you are not familiar with adding content.)

2) Click the edit button and then click the CloudDeakin ‘insert stuff’ button.

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3) Select ‘DeakinAir’ from the list. All your previously uploaded videos will display:  select video by clicking ‘Embed’. (Note: It might take a while for the newly uploaded video to appear.)

4)  Click ‘Insert’.

These instructions are also available on the CloudDeakin support pages DeakinAir Sharing Content tab.

Option 2: Embed another account’s DeakinAir movie or a YouTube (etc.) video into your CloudDeakin site

Alternatively, if the video you wish to embed is not in your DeakinAir account, you can enter an embed code instead.

1) On the DeakinAir site, go to your video and click the ‘Get Embed Code’ tab. Choose your preferred format. Copy the code.
On another service (E.g. YouTube), click the Embed Code option and copy the code.

2) Log into your CloudDeakin page and go to where you want to add your video (e.g. news item, content/topic page etc. (See CloudDeakin Content help pages if you are not familiar with adding content.)
Click the edit button and then click the CloudDeakin ‘insert stuff’ button.

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3) Select ‘Enter embed code’ (last item on the list) and paste in the code you previously copied from DeakinAir/YouTube etc. Click Next, then Insert. Give your page or item a name and then Publish.

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How can I upload my video to DeakinAir?

If you have standard Deakin staff or student credentials then you will automatically have a DeakinAir account. Simply go to http://air.deakin.edu.au/public/ and go up to the Login link in the top right corner of the page. You will be prompted to enter your standard Deakin username and current password.
A brief video walkthrough of DeakinAir is also available.

What file format should I upload to DeakinAir?

DeakinAir accepts a wide variety of file formats, however it would be best to prepare them using the transcoding software, Adobe Media Encoder or Macroplant Adapter.

What format does DeakinAir play back in?

DeakinAir plays in 1280 x 720p, H.264 encoded, with a wide variety of formats, depending on which device you are viewing the video item. The DeakinAir servers can detect your playback device and stream you the appropriate format accordingly.

How can I organise my files in DeakinAir?

DeakinAir has a playlist functionality that allows you to sort your video resources into different playlists, a little like folders, as covered in the walkthrough mentioned above.

Can I upload video items from an iPad?

Yes, you can, using a Flash-enabled web browser app such as Puffin. It is preferable to upload your resources from a desktop computer, as the upload speed is much faster.
See our iPad resources for further information on how to copy your video from your iPad to your computer.

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