Press on “Show more” at the bottom of “Tool Settings” to configure the tool icons:
Plugin configuration icons.jpg
Click on “Save changes”. And the Annoto Tool should appear in the Tools list:
Proceed to “Annoto Plugin Usage” below.
The instructions above are for Moodle 3.4, different versions might have the menus in other locations.
If you use multiple player types in your system, please repeat steps 1-5 above for each player type you use (YouTube/Kaltura/VideoJS/…). Give each tool an appropriate name such as “AnnotoYouTubePlayer” or ”AnnotoVideoJSPlayer”, etc.
Annoto Plugin Usage
After the Plugin is setup, it can be used across Moodle as an activity. The only mandatory configuration for the activity when used is setting the source of the video as demonstrated below.
Login as authorized user with course editing permissions.
Click on “+ Add an activity or resource” on the desired page.
Select “AnnotoVideoPlayer” from the list and click “Add”:
4. Name the Tool and press on the “Show more…” link:
Addom the tool.jpg
5. Configure the video source for the activity by scrolling to the Custom parameters and specifying: video_src
a. For YouTube specify the VideoID:
b. For Vimeo specify the VideoID (Same as YouTube):
c. For VideoJS specify the video source url:
avtivity video source.jpg
6. Optionally, Configure Activity description which will be shown on the video page under the video.