An instructor's personal Kaltura My Media page and the Course Media tool are both Kaltura My Media pages, but they are logged in to different user accounts. An instructor's personal My Media page is logged in to their own Canvas account, and the Course Media page is logged in to an automatically-generated Kaltura account for that specific course.
Personal My Media account:
Course Media account:
When an instructor opens both the Course Media tool and their personal Kaltura My Media page at the same time (in different browser tabs or windows) and then uses the browser's back button or refresh button, Kaltura may send the wrong user's page to load.
How you can tell
Since Course Media and an instructor's personal My Media page look similar and they both say "My Media" at the top of the page, it can be hard to notice when the wrong page loads. Look for the following:
Missing videos: If a page only contains recordings with the "bbcollab" tag and your personally-owned videos are missing, it's probably the Course Media page.
Ownership: Look at the ownership of recordings with the "bbcollab" tag. The Course Media page will say "Owner," and the My Media page will say "Collaborator" or "Group Co-Publisher, Group Co-Editor."
Preventing the issue
To prevent the Course Media tool from loading where the Kaltura My Media page should load, or vice versa, avoid using the browser's back button or refresh button with either page. Instead, use the navigation links included in the page by Canvas or Kaltura.
If you suspect that Course Media or My Media pages have loaded where they should not, re-open the correct page by doing the following:
In your Canvas course, click Home to return to the course homepage.
On the right side of the Course Homepage, click Course Media.
Personal My Media
In the main Canvas navigation on the left side of the screen, click Account.
If you've opened the Kaltura Capture recording software from your Course Media page, you may need to force Kaltura Capture to switch user accounts before it will upload new recordings to your personal My Media account. See the