Mediasite and Mediasite Desktop recordings are accessed via the Mediasite catalog server. This allows us to create custom pages with all of the links needed for an online course or learning module. The delivery method for lecture capture materials is HTML5 video. This means that it will work on Windows and Macintosh computers and iOS and Android devices using pretty much any browser that supports HTML5, for maximum access and reliability in today's environment.
Mediasite Playback has been tested and working on the following operating systems:
|Operating System||Version||Web Browser|
|Windows||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7||Edge, Internet Explorer 10+, Firefox, Chrome|
|Mac OS X||10.8.6 or later||Safari, Firefox, Chrome|
|iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch)||6 or later||Safari / Mediasite App|
|Android||4.1 or later||Chrome or Android|
Due to various browser updates, mediasite players and web technologies the full screen icon or message may or may not appear when you are playing a video.
This can be caused by several things:
Browser updates can add/change settings at the time of this posting here are a few hints for different browsers.
Internet Explorer: The Compatibility Settings or Compatibility View need to turned on or have csusm.edu added to the list:
Safari 6 & 7 on Mac OS X : Make an adjustment in preferences
* Mediasite Requirement Test:
Site Requirements -This is a test to see if your computer/device has the ability to playback Mediasite.
If you are still experiencing problems please fill out the online form or contact the student help desk.
*Not all videos have been optimized to work with iOS and Andriod devices.