Are any of your Ensemble Video features not functioning like they should? Common issues and resolutions are listed below: There are no Add or Bulk Upload buttons None of our videos are streaming One of my videos is not streaming We can’t stream to mobile devices Live stream recordings aren’t showing up in the Media […]
The Annotation feature lets you add chapter points or navigation points within a video. With the Annotation Presets control, you can establish character strings that can be automatically inserted as a sentence starter or identification code when you’re adding annotations to a video.
A Bandwidth Label is a descriptor of the encoding for an uploaded video file. The label is not displayed if there is only one encoding (video file) for a piece of content, but labels are needed in instances like multiple bit-rate content where multiple encodings are used.
When you allow another library to share content with you, they can publish to your Shared Library. With Direct Publishing enabled, another library can publish directly to the playlist you choose.
Using the Dropbox tool, you can set up an Audio or Video Dropbox so that students, friends, colleagues or other constituents can submit media to you without having to log into Ensemble Video.
Content cannot be shared from one library to another unless the source library has permission to publish to the destination’s shared library. You can also allow another Library to publish straight to one of your playlists using Direct Publishing.
In the Reporting area you can access a wide variety of statistics for any library in your Ensemble Video Library, Organization and System.
Ensemble Content administrators can setup a YouTube feed to publish video content to a YouTube account. This is useful if content administrators want to house their content in Ensemble Video, but also share their content with YouTube.
With Plug-in Templates, Organization Administrators and System Administrators can create pre-configured settings that are available to any user in the Organization when creating the plug-in code for a playlist.
The Ensemble Video Portal enables users to create their own Campus or Corporate YouTube™ so they can deliver private and public media content. Users can create, upload, share, search, browse, comment, rate and watch live and on demand videos, video presentations, screencasts, and other rich media content.