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Creating multimedia playlists is a multi-step process of choosing a channel & subsite location, naming a playlist and defining its attributes, then adding playlist members. You can create multimedia playlists in CommonSpot using files stored on Brightcove or YouTube servers, for services enabled for your site. Local services do not support playlists.
Access this dialog from My Content to create new playlists, to view, copy, edit, or delete playlists that you own, or to view or change metadata or other playlist attributes.
To view items for which you are the owner, set filtering and ordering criteria, including which subsite levels to include and date restrictions.The defaults for these options are set through Site Administration - Properties and Settings - Report Settings. See Report Settings in the Administrator's Reference.
You can filter using the following options. Make your selections, then click the Filter button to apply and display items that meet your criteria.
Once you set a date restriction, you can further refine your search with options in the second date field. Picking a date restriction for past events displays past options only. Optionally pick from the options below:
Use Select Date Options to set the date that displays in the Date column. (Use the Date Restrictions search criteria to constrain results by specific dates.) Pick from the dropdown. A green checkmark indicates the current filter. Optionally choose from the following:
Click to sort by column head.
Date defaults to the order specified in Select Date Options setting.
Icons in the second columns identify these multimedia services. You may have all or one configured for your site:
Mouseover an item in the Playlist Title to view playlist members.
This icon identifies video or multimedia playlists in CommonSpot.
The State column indicates status for each playlist in this report:
Indicates the playlist is active and contains member files. Click the Members link to view or change members.
Indicates the playlist contains no member files. Click the Members link to add files.
Indicates there is a system problem preventing playback for this playlist. Check with the video sharing service for the status of member files or service.
This column also includes user or group ownership status. Mouseover to view owner details.
The Subsite column displays the subsite location of the uploaded playlist.
Members lists the files in the playlist. Click to view or add files to the playlist. This link is inactive if state is unavailable .
In the Actions column, clicking the Metadata & Security icon displays the following options.
Clicking the More Actions icon displays the following options. Options are available on the basis of your rights to the CommonSpot media object. For example, users without admin rights cannot change ownership.
Remove individual items by clicking the associated delete icon , or select multiple items, click Delete Selected from the More Actions dropdown, then click Go. CommonSpot confirms deletion to enable you to manage any links to this playlist. You can optionally Select/Deselect all.
Note that you must have the appropriate content and channel permissions for the requested action. For example, to use the Move Selected option from the More Actions dropdown, you must have ManageMedia rights for the channel, content Admin rights, and Upload Multimedia rights for the destination subsite. See Add Multimedia Channel Security Permissions. See also Multimedia Playlist Security and Multimedia File Security in the Contributor's Reference.
Click Create New Playlist to begin the process of creating a new collection of videos or multimedia files.
You can download PDF versions of the Content Contributor's, Administrator's, and Elements Reference documents from the support section of paperthin.com (requires login).
Sites upgrading from versions earlier than release 6.0 should review the following (from the support section of paperthin.com - requires login):
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