We use both Media Space and plugin for Moodle with only one Kaltura at backend. What we found was that they didn’t talk to each other about whether media has been embedded or published on counterpart.
For example, I uploaded a video to plugin for Moodle and published it in a course. Then I log into Media Space, I can see the video is still in private status from My Media of Media Space. So I deleted this video from Media Space and re-log into plugin for Moodle. I got the ‘Access deny’ in Moodle where the video was embedded.
As Media Space and Moodle share one Kaltura backend, the ‘My Media’ in Media Space and Moodle are same. But Media Space didn’t know that this video had been embedded in Moodle, so the video can be deleted in Media Space. That caused the error msg ‘Access deny’ in Moodle.
Could you please let me know the way Media Space and plugin for Moodle share one Kaltura at backend is correct? Or they have to configure their own Kaltura separately?