Add a Media Collaborator in Media Space

In addition to sharing media via a channel or a link, you can share media and delegate collaboration privileges to your media through Media Space Collaborator roles.

  1. Log in to your My Media at media.pdx.edu
  2. Click the media item to which you would like to add a collaborator.
  3. Click Actions and select Edit.
    Media Space Actions menu with edit.
  4. Select the Collaboration tab.
  5. Click the + Add Collaborator button.
    Media Space + Add Collaborator button
  6. Search for the person you wish to add by name or Odin.
  7. Select the role(s) for the collaborator.
  8. Click Add.

Collaborator Roles and Definitions

  • Co-Editors - can edit the entry's details and metadata, trim media, replace media, edit captions, edit chapters and edit slides. Co-editors cannot delete media or add new co-editors and co-publishers. Co-editors can see the analytics page for the media they co-edit.
  • Co-Publishers - can publish media to their entitled Categories or Channels. Group support may be enabled for the Media Collaboration features. When enabled, you can select groups that may be assigned as co-editors/publishers for an entry.
  • Co-Viewers - are only able to view media and do not have editing permissions nor are allowed to view unlisted entries, unless they are also co-publishers or co-editors of that entry.

Upload Video to Media Space from YouTube

You can download videos that you own from YouTube and upload them to your Media Space account. Downloading videos owned by other people is not allowed by Google.

Download Video from YouTube

  1. Log in to your Google Account.
  2. Browse to https://www.youtube.com/my_videos.
  3. Find the video you want to download in the list.
  4. Click the drop down arrow to the right of the Edit button.
  5. Click Download MP4.

Your video should now be downloaded to your computer as an MP4 video file. For further information, see this Google Support article.

Upload video to My Media

  1. Log in to Media Space.
  2. From the Media Space home page, click Add New > Media Upload.
  3. Check the box to agree to the PSU terms of service and copyright policy.
  4. Click + Choose a file to upload.
  5. Select the downloaded file from your computer.
  6. Once the upload completes, enter a Name for the video.
  7. Enter a brief Description as needed.
  8. Enter Tags as needed.
  9. Choose a Privacy setting.
  10. Click Save.
  11. Click Go To Media, and verify that your test video plays.

Note: Videos that you have created and which are used in courses for more than one term should be captioned. Request media captioning through OAI.

 


Add Search Tags to Media

Use tags to provide descriptive search information.

  1. Click on your name > My Media in the upper right.
  2. Click the Edit button of the media you want to tag.
  3. Enter text in the Tags field.

NOTE: Use the tag field for single words or short phrases, use the description field for longer text.


Turn Comments Off or On

  1. Click on your name > My Media in the upper right.
  2. Click the Edit button to the right of the video or media item you want to change.
  3. Click the Options tab.
  4. Check or uncheck the box for Disable comments for this media.

Make a Video or Media Item Private

  1. Click on your name > My Media from the upper right corner.
  2. Check the box next to the video you want to edit.
  3. Click Actions > + Publish in the upper right corner.
  4. Change the privacy settings to Private - Media page will be visible to content owner only.
  5. Click Save, and OK to confirm in the pop up window.

NOTE: Your video is no longer published in any channels, and will only be visible to you in My Media.


Upload Video or Media Item to My Media

  1. From the Media Space home page, click Add New > Media Upload.
  2. Check the box to agree to the PSU terms of service and copyright policy.
  3. Click + Choose a file to upload.
  4. Select the file you want to upload from your computer.
  5. Once the upload completes, enter a Name for the video.
  6. Enter a brief Description as needed.
  7. Enter Tags as needed.
  8. Choose a Privacy setting.
  9. Click Save.
  10. Click Go To Media, and verify that your test video plays.

Note: Videos that you have created and which are used in courses for more than one term should be captioned. Request media captioning through OAI.