How do I submit Canvas Studio media as a Text Entry assignment in Canvas as a student?
You can submit a Canvas Studio video or audio file as a Text Entry assignment in Canvas. When media tabs are disabled, embedded Canvas Studio media can be resized in the user interface.
Once you submit a Studio video or audio file as an assignment, the video or audio file is created as a new copy owned by your instructor. You will not be able to edit any details, so please confirm the name of your video or audio file before it is uploaded as Studio media.
In Course Navigation, click the Assignments link.
Note: If the Assignments link is not available in your course, you may be able to access the assignment through other Canvas areas such as modules, syllabus, or in your user dashboard.
In the Rich Content Editor, click the Studio icon .
If the Studio icon does not display in the toolbar, click the Options icon .
Note: You can also access the Studio tool from the App icon .
In your Studio account, locate the video or audio file you want to submit. By default, the My Library page displays. To view other media, click the Expand icon .
If you have added a video or audio file to a course, you can also view courses where you have added media.
To search for a video or audio file, click the Search icon .
You can also upload new media from a screen capture, your webcam, a file on your computer, or an external link to a file on Vimeo or YouTube. To upload new media, click the More icon . Then, select one of the upload options .
You can also drag and drop media into the window. You can bulk upload multiple media files at a time. The maximum file size for a media upload is 10 GB.
Hover over the media you want to select . Then, click the Select button .
You can can display Media Tabs in the embedded media file. The Media Tabs can include the Details, Comments, Insights, and Captions tabs. To display or hide the Media Tabs in the embedded media file, click the Display media tabs toggle button.
Note: By default, this option may be on or off. Admins control whether it is on or off by default through Studio Settings.
If you are embedding media from an external source such as YouTube or Vimeo, you can set the media to begin playing at a particular timestamp.
To embed media at a timestamp, click or play the video to the desired time . Then, click the Set current button . The time displayed on the Set current button displays in the Timestamp field . Alternatively, enter a time directly into the Timestamp field.
Note: The option to start embedded media at a timestamp only displays if the media is from YouTube or Vimeo.
To resize embedded media, click to disable the Display media tabs toggle . Then, click the Embed button .
Click in the video window to display the Studio Media Options pop-up. Then, click the Studio Media Options link.
The Studio Media Options tray displays information about the media, including the media title, and display and sizing options.
You can customize how the embedded media displays. To embed the video directly in the rich content editor, click the Embed Video radio button . To display a text link to open the media in a new tab, click the Display Text Link (Opens in a new tab) radio button .
To select a pre-set size from a list, click the Size drop-down menu . Pre-set size options include medium, large, and extra large.
To enter a custom size, select the Custom option . Enter a custom width or height in pixels in the size fields . As you enter a size, the other field will automatically update to preserve the aspect ratio.
To save the selected options, click the Done button .
Note: The media title cannot be edited from the Studio Media Options tray. To edit the media title, view the media details.
If you are embedding your own media, you can allow the media to be downloaded. To display the download option in the embedded media file, click the Display Download Option toggle button. By default, this option is turned off.
Note: The Display Download Option toggle button only displays if you are the owner who created and uploaded the media file in Studio.
Your embedded media displays in the Rich Content Editor field .
To add any comments as part of your submission, enter them in the Comments field .
To submit the assignment, click the Submit Assignment button