How do I add a Video Component to my Product?

  1. Following the steps from “How do I add a Component to my Product,” give your Video Component a title and description. Keep in mind, the title will be used on the Product page and should be something learners will recognize. For example, you may consider using the title “Presentation” or “Lecture.” The description will also be visible on the Product page. For example, if the title was “Lecture” your description may be “A video presentation by Albert Einstein.” 
  2. Enter the date of the recording and select the “Use Recording Date on Product Page” if you would like the date of the recording to display for users.
  3. Select either MP4 Video or Warpwire Content from the “Content Type” dropdown menu.
  4. Check the box next to “Optimize Mobile Viewing” if you would like to optimize the video for users accessing via a mobile device. Note: if this option is selected, the “Prevent Fast Forwarding” and “Requires a Minimum Time” requirements will not be available. 
  5. Check the box next to “Prevent Fast Forwarding” if you would like to prevent fast forwarding by the user. 
  6. Check the box next to “Requires a Minimum Time” if you want to require a minimum viewing/listening time for the Component.
  7. Select which “Access Options” you would like to give to users. Options include “Embedded Player Only” (the video can only be viewed via the product page), “Download Only” (the video must be downloaded to be accessed), or both. 
  8. By default, the size of the player is 800 x 600 pixels. If you want to adjust the size of the player, change the values of the pixels. 
  9. Drag and drop the file or browse to the file that you want to upload. All files must be located on the PC or accessible from the PC that is logged into your Conference365 site. Videos must be .mp4 file type and the Video component file size limit is 4 GB.
  10. If you have a .vtt or .srt caption file that you would like to upload with your MP4 file, select the checkbox labeled “Enable Captions.” Selecting this box will open an area for you to drag and drop your caption file. 
  11. Once you have included your video content. Click “Update” to save.

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