Using the Media Library, you can create, view, edit, publish, and download content. You can also access the permalink for a published entry, or share your content via social media.
Using the Add/Edit Wizard, Step One of Three: Entering Meta Data
Using the Add/Edit Wizard, Step Two of Three: The Manage Content Form
When content is deleted from the Media Library, it is transferred to a Deleted Items section, where it can be permanently deleted, or restored.
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.
Use the Annotations sub-form to easily annotate specific time points within a video. Annotations are like searchable bookmarks or chapter markers, but with included descriptions.
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.
Closed captions are a great way to increase the accessibility of your content, and in some cases, they’re required.
You may find that you need to remove the empty space before or after a video. Or, you might want to create a short clip from a longer video. In either case, the Trim feature is for you.
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.