It can be done in two ways depending on whether you want to upload a single video, or multiple videos at the same time.
This mode can also be used for example to create a video object in advance, in anticipation of the actual content to be published or edited
Click on the "New Video" button
When you come to a new page where you can upload a single video, select to enter metadata, upload thumbnails, manage access, or advanced settings, etc. (NOTE: You can only upload one video at a time in this mode)
To upload a video, you click on the button "Upload Videos" in the box to the left of the information.
This opens a new window where you can drag and drop, or select a file from your computer.
After the file has been added so you click "Start upload"
Then begins the file is uploaded, and it is ready when it is 100% out there to the right, and even a green icon with a check mark. (NOTE: Important that you wait for the green symbol before you close the window.)
Now start enkoderingen of the file, this may take a while depending on the size of the file and the length of the content.
When everything is done, then you press the button "Save", and then of course in the state.
This mode is suitable mainly for when there are several videos to be uploaded and the same time, so-called "batch-add", and when a video object does not need to be prepared concerning, for example, title and description etc.
Click on the little cloud icon with an arrow up (found in the purple admin menu in the upper right corner)
This opens a new window where you can drag and drop or select files from your computer.
After the files are added as you click "Start upload"
Then begins the files uploaded, and they are ready when it is 100% out there to the right, and even a green icon with a check mark. Important that you wait for the green symbol before you close the window.
Now start enkoderingen of files, this can take a while depending on the size of the file and the length of the content.
While the video is being encoded, you can make changes to the video information, such as title, description etc.
Reload the page, or click on "Video" in the admin menu.
Click on the video title, or "Edit" to the far right in the list, in order to enter the settings for a video.
Insert the title / headline that you want the video to have.
Here you can add more information about the content, add links to external documents, for example.
Here you can add existing categories or create new categories that you want the video to be in. Used primarily to make it easier for viewers to get together content in the same category.
Label / Tag
A good way to relate the videos to each other is to put labels / tags on them. It is created when a relationship between videos which have the same labels, making it easier for viewers to find relevant content.
We generate thumbnails automatically during encoding. But you can of course also choose to upload your own.
Choose one of them we have generated automatically by clicking on the one you want active, and select Save
Upload your own by clicking the upload new thumbnail, select a file from the local computer, and then press Save.
(Note that the thumbnail should be at least 617x347 for best results, the most important thing is that it is in 16:9 format. Tip: We support transparent PNG files.)
Access / PPV (this is optional and not required)
Select "paywall" "Access Restriction" to access the content.
Set a price on the content
NOTE! Lowest price is 29 SEK, and the ability to control access requires activation of Solidtango support. Contact us for activation of payment options.
Here you can create the chapter structure of the video by selecting specific times of the video that viewers can then click on to go directly to a position in the video.
This tab is the ability to make specific settings to, for example, in some cases activate settings other than those that would otherwise apply generally to the whole play channel.
Player (enables playback on an external website)
Thumbnail (clickable image link to the video on the play channel)
Download the files of the quality you want (the original file is always saved, and is in the format you uploaded the file)