Sharing Tegrity Recordings Outside of Moodle

Posted August 16th, 2017 at 12:34 pm.

Tegrity is integrated with Moodle in order to make it easy for faculty to record classes, talks and instructional video and share it with students in their courses. However, you can also give anyone access to a Tegrity video you’ve recorded by getting a anonymous public link to the video and sharing it with them. Anyone who has this link will be able click on it and see view the video, so you control access to the video by controlling who has access to the link.

For example, if you want to provide public access to the video, you could paste the link on a website. If you wanted to share it with only a few people, you could paste it in an e-mail to those people (although there is always the risk that they could forward it to others or the email could be hacked).

To get a public link for a Tegrity video:

  1. Log into Tegrity by clicking on the Tegrity Campus link in any Moodle course or logging in with your Bryn Mawr username and password at
  2. Find the recording you want to share and place a check in the box next to it
  3. From the Recording Tasks drop-down menu, choose Share Recording.
  4. UNCHECK Do not allow anonymous users to view the recording.
  5. Tegrity will generate a new URL for the recording. Copy this URL and share it with anyone who needs to view the recording.

Anyone who has the link should be able to click it to begin viewing. Viewers will not be asked to log in to Tegrity or Moodle, and they do not need to have a BMC username and password.

For more information and help troubleshooting, see Tegrity’s How to Share a Recording.

Filed under: Tegrity,Working with Multimedia Files by Jenny Spohrer

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