Use the Library

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The Library in Studio is where you’re able to see and manage all your content. It has five sections:

  • Saved Videos. If you’ve subscribed to Resi’s Content Library, the saved videos tab is where you’ll find your stored content. You can store videos indefinitely up to your storage limit. To learn more about Content Library, see Resi Content Library.
  • Web Videos. Videos you’ve broadcasted to destinations (web, social media) will appear here. You can save to the saved videos tab, view, download, and trim them until they expire.
  • Encoder Videos. When your encoder is powered on and capturing from this tab.
  • Playlists. You can display saved videos to your audience in a format that is sequential or grouped by topic. Learn more
  • Recently Uploaded. This shows which videos you’ve uploaded recently, when they were uploaded, and their status.

 

You can upload videos to the Library as a saved video or encoder/web video as well. Click on Upload a Video in the top right corner, choose the video source, and you’ll be able to upload your video as long as it meets the file requirements. For more on uploading videos, see Upload a Video to the Library.


Manage Saved Videos

If you have a Content Library subscription, all your saved content will be in this section and will remain indefinitely until you delete it. Each video will have its own embed code and stream URLs you’ll be able to use to stream the content via your website or application. You can sort your saved videos by clicking the dropdown in the top-right: Screen_Shot_2022-09-13_at_2.24.23_PM.png


Find the embed code and stream URLs

  1. Click the video you want to find the embed options for.
  2. Click the share icon Screen_Shot_2022-09-13_at_2.25.53_PM.png and the embed code types and stream URLs will appear in a modal. Screen_Shot_2022-09-13_at_2.26.20_PM.png
  3. Either manually copy or click the copy icon image2.png  to copy the embed code or stream URLs to the clipboard. For more details about embedding options, see Embed Your Stream.
  4. Paste into your website or application.

To access the embed code, you’ll need the Starter Lite, Professional, or Enterprise Live Streaming subscription. For stream URL access, you’ll need Professional or Enterprise. 


Download a saved video

You can download your saved videos to your computer as mp4 files. 

  1. Hover over the video you want to download and click the actions icon image7.png > Download. Screen_Shot_2022-09-13_at_2.27.24_PM.png
  2. The video will download to your computer as an mp4 file. 

Add a saved video to a playlist

You can add any saved video to a playlist for your viewers. Learn more

  1. Hover over the video you want to add to a playlist, click the actions icon image7.png > Save to PlaylistScreen_Shot_2022-09-14_at_7.50.07_AM.png
  2. In the modal that appears, select whether to add the video to a new or existing playlist. 
  3. Click Save

Delete a saved video

  1. Hover over the video you want to delete, click the actions icon image7.png > Remove. Screen_Shot_2022-09-13_at_2.28.10_PM.png
  2. Click Remove when Studio asks you to confirm you want to remove this video from your Saved Videos.

Removing a saved video won’t affect any web videos or encoder videos, including versions of the saved video.

When you remove a video, it’s gone and irretrievable.


Manage Web Videos

If you don’t have a Content Library subscription, Web Videos will be the default section that appears when navigating to the Library. This section displays videos you’ve broadcasted on the web and/or to social media that haven't expired. Web videos expire based on the delete-after duration of the web channel they broadcasted to. To manage how long this content is stored before deletion, see Change How Long Content Is Stored in Channels. You can manage your web videos by clicking the dropdown in the top-right:

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View and edit details of a web video

To manage the details of your web videos, including where to find the embed code and where to add cues, click into the video you want the details for.

Details tab

The Details tab will appear by default, You’ll see the title, description, original air date, status, and web channel the video is attached to. You can edit the title and description of your web video by clicking the edit icon image19.png.

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Cues tab

Cues are timestamped markers you can use to section your video. To learn more about adding cues, see Add Cues to a Video.

Embed options

Below the video, click the share icon Screen_Shot_2022-09-13_at_2.25.53_PM.png and a modal will appear with its web options. You can manually copy or click the copy icon image2.png  to copy the embed code or stream URLs to the clipboard to paste.

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Trim a web video

You can create a new web video from a section of another in Web Videos as well. 

  1. Click the video you want to trim and click the actions icon image7.png > Trim VideoScreen_Shot_2022-09-13_at_2.32.53_PM.png
  2. Give the new video a name.
  3. Select the start and stop cues to section the video. To learn more about adding cues, see Add Cues to a Video.
  4. If you want the trimmed video to be the active content on the web channel, check Set Trimmed Web Video As Active.
  5. Click Create Video. Screen_Shot_2022-09-13_at_2.33.25_PM.png
  6. The trimmed video will appear as the most recent web video once processed.

Download a web video

  1. Click the video you want to download and click the actions icon image7.png > DownloadScreen_Shot_2022-09-13_at_2.33.49_PM.png
  2. If you’ve created cues to section the video, select your start and stop positions from the dropdown menus. If you want to download the entire video, leave Start of Video and End of Video as the start and stop positions. 

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  1. Configure video bitrate and audio channels settings.
  2. Click Start Download.

The video will download as an mp4 to your computer.

To learn more about downloading a video to your computer, see Download an Event Video.


Save a web video

  1. Hover over the video you want to save and click the actions icon image7.png > Save to Library.  save_to_library.png
  2. Give your video a title, a description is optional.
  3. Configure air date and air time settings. This is the original date/time the video aired. 
  4. If you want to trim your video, set the cues under Trim Content. If not, leave Beginning of Event and End of Event as the start and stop positions. To learn more about adding cues, see Add Cues to a Video

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  5. Click Save.

The video will now appear in your Saved Videos tab.

You can save web videos that were broadcast using the embedded player. If you only broadcast a web video to a social media destination and not a web destination, you will be unable to save it. 


Delete a web video

  1. Hover over the video you want to delete, click the actions icon image7.png > Remove. Screen_Shot_2022-09-14_at_8.00.55_AM.png
  2. Click Remove when Studio asks you to confirm you want to remove this video from your library.

Removing a web video won’t affect any saved videos or encoder videos, including other versions of the web video.

When you remove a video, it’s gone and irretrievable.


Manage Encoder Videos

The Encoder Videos section displays all the content your encoder captures that hasn’t expired. Decoders that have access to the encoder channel your videos are stored in can stream that content.  Encoder videos expire based on the delete-after length of the encoder channel that’s storing it. To manage how long this content is stored before deletion, see Change How Long Content Is Stored in Channels. You can manage the order your encoder videos appear by clicking the dropdown in the top-right:

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View and edit details of an encoder video

Click the encoder video you want to manage or edit details for, including adding cues.

The Details tab will appear first by default, You’ll see the title, original air date, status, and encoder channel the video is stored in. You can edit the title of your encoder video by clicking the edit icon image19.png. Screen_Shot_2022-09-14_at_7.25.36_AM.png

Cues tab

Cues are timestamped markers you can use to section your encoder video to download or indicate starting and stopping decoder playback. To learn more about adding cues, see Add Cues to a Video.

Audio tab

In the audio tab, you can see the decibel (dB) levels for the audio channels your encoder captured.  Screen_Shot_2022-09-14_at_7.27.48_AM.png

We recommend having your audio channels peak in the yellow zone. If the signal pushes too loud, YouTube may normalize it after the broadcast ends to match their audio standards. Adjust the volume settings with your setup until you reach the desired dB level. 

You cannot access audio meters in the Apple Safari browser. Use Chrome, FireFox, or Edge


Download an encoder video

  1. Hover over the video you want to download and click the actions icon image7.png > Download. Screen_Shot_2022-09-14_at_7.34.14_AM.png
  2. If you’ve created cues to section the video, select your start and stop positions from the dropdown menus. If you want to download the entire video, leave Start of Video and End of Video as the start and stop positions.

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  3. Configure video bitrate and audio channels settings.
  4. Click Start Download.

The video will download to your computer as an mp4 file. 

To learn more about downloading a video to your computer, see Download an Event Video.


Manually start a web video

You can immediately broadcast or set aside for replay any encoder video from the Library. Learn more 

  1. Hover over the video you want to broadcast or set aside and click the actions icon image7.png > Start a Web Video.

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  2. Configure the web video details, including the playout behavior.  Screen_Shot_2022-09-14_at_7.38.57_AM.png
  • Realtime playout means your viewers will only be able to scrub forward to what’s showing as live and back to the start of the event. 
  • Faster than realtime (ASAP), video active immediately pushes the entire video out and viewers will be able to scrub back and forth through its entirety. 
  • Faster than realtime (ASAP), use for next scheduled sim-live sets aside the video for the next replay event but doesn’t make the content active on the associated web channel until it actually broadcasts. 
  1. Click Start at the bottom of the screen.
  2. Your web video will begin and appear in the Web Videos tab of the Library. 

Delete an encoder video

  1. Hover over the video you want to delete, click the actions icon image7.png > Remove. Screen_Shot_2022-09-14_at_7.35.18_AM.png
  2. Click Remove when Studio asks you to confirm you want to remove this video from your library.

Removing an encoder video won’t affect any saved videos or web videos, including other versions of the encoder video.

When you remove a video, it’s gone and irretrievable.


Recently Uploaded Videos

Any videos you’ve recently saved will appear in the Recently Uploaded Videos section. You’ll be able to see the video names, when they were uploaded, last updated, and their status. Screen_Shot_2022-09-14_at_8.06.35_AM.png

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