File management displays and facilitates the editing of key file information like meta data and thumbnail as well as enablement of the 360º Video Player and changes to a file's root name.
Managing a File
From inside of the Project, click the thumbnail or title in the Folder Tree of the file to be viewed/edited.
This will launch the file detail window in the File Data (default tab) window. From here you can:
- Capture a Thumbnail
- Manually Replace Thumbnail
- Edit the File Title
- Edit the Filename
- Add a Description
- Internal Notes
- Enable 360/VR Player
- Meta Data
- On the video timeline, Drag the playhead to the new thumbnail frame.
- Click the Capture Thumb button in the File Data tab.
- Click the Replace Thumbnail button.
- Select the new thumbnail from your computer.
Note: Required thumbnail dimensions: 240x135px. Supported file types: JPG, GIF and PNG.
Click into the Titleb box and edit the title.
Note: Titles are displayed on Project and Microsite Presentations.
Add/edit by typing in the box labeled Description.
Note: The Filename is the physical name of the file and is not displayed on presentations. Spaces in the filename are prohibited in order to be compatible with older operating systems and only web safe characters are allowed.
Click into the Filename box and edit the filename.
Note: File descriptions will be displayed on Project and Microsite Presentations.
Type in the box labeled Internal Notes.
Note: Internal Notes are for internal use only and not displayed on presentations.
Enter all relevant Tags (keywords) in the Tags input box, separated by a comma.
Note: Tags are descriptors that further describe the contents of media and are searchable within project search.
- Click the thumbnail of the video to be enabled to launch the file detail screen.
- On the File Data tab slide the Enable 360º/VR Player button to Active.
A Note About Metadata:
Metadata displays information about the file such as file format, audio and video format, codec, frame rate, bit rate, proxy file information as well as playback warnings, etc.