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When a presentation is added to Deakin Video, the permissions are set in one of two ways:
For lecture recordings that have been captured via the schedule, these will be processed to the unit catalog. The presentation will then inherit the permissions of the catalog.
Catalogs are created based on the Year, Trimester, and Unit. The permissions are set to be visible to academic staff and students enrolled in the Unit, and any relevant support staff.
In the event the permissions are not inherited, please see the instructions under Uploaded media.
All uploaded media will only be viewable to the owner (the person that uploaded the presentation) and those provided with a share link. This provided a share link will be able to watch the presentation, however you will need to update the security settings if you wish to have them view the presentation details or edit the presentation content.
If you would like for your presentation to be viewable to others, you will need to update the permissions.
In the event that the permissions have not been inhertied, you can manually add these to ensure your presentation is viewable.
Mediasite provides multiple ways for you to share your content with others. You can share your presentation links, embed the presentation in a website, copy it to a shared folder, or copy it to a folder owned by another user. You can also make your presentations available as podcasts, video podcasts, or stand-alone publish to go presentations.
You can embed the Deakin Video player of a particular recording into a HTML resource page.
To send email invitations to registered Mediasite users:
NOTE: Not mobile supported
Use Mediasite Web Editor to update slide images and remove unwanted sections in your presentation. When you open a presentation for editing, it is saved as a project. The Web Editor saves each change you make to a project automatically and lists it in the project’s revision history. Once you are finished editing, you can commit your changes to the original presentation, an existing presentation, or to a new presentation.
2. This will bring up the Web Editor suite in a new browser.
Use the Web Editor to crop the beginning and ends of your presentation. You can adjust the duration of the fades as needed.
Chapters are markers within a presentation that allow your viewers to navigate to relevant or interesting points of a presentation. You can add new chapters, update existing chapters, and use the chapters to navigate around the presentation.
Chapters appear in the Player’s slide area and include a title and the time the chapter appears in the presentation.
After adding a chapter, a numerical marker will appear in your timeline. You can move a chapter by clicking and dragging its marker to a new location in your timeline.
To rename or delete a chapter, right-click its chapter icon on the timeline. Alternatively, click the chapter name above the video and rename the chapter there.
Right-click a chapter to rename or delete it
Use the audio waveform to detect and remove long periods of silence in presentations. The audio waveform is especially useful when editing audio-only presentations.
Slides must be enabled on your presentation in My Mediasite prior to adding in the Web editor.
To add new slides to a presentation, find where you want to add them on the timeline using video playback and add them.
When you cut material from a presentation, you may need to adjust the timing for one or more slides in the presentation.
To move slides in a presentation:
Slides selected with Cut, Copy and Paste Slides buttons
Once you have finished your edits, click Commit > Commit Changes to Current to save your changes to the original presentation. The project used to edit the original presentation is still associated with the presentation and can be used to make additional changes or to revert to a previous revision.
Shared folders are created on a request basis by the relevant administrators in your area.
Shared folders are accessible by multiple users. In fact, any user with write permissions to a shared folder can view and add content to it.