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In the “Media” section you are able to see three kinds of views – large, medium and small tables with a list of all media that you are allowed to view and edit. 

Now you can see how many assets are in a category. 

In the Small view you can see 6 columns:

  1. Status;
  2. Name;
  3. Subtitle count;
  4. Asset ID;
  5. System ID;
  6. Options – shortcuts to some actions:
    1. activity logs;
    2. Play” button to play channel in a pop-up window;
    3. copy channels URL;
    4. download files;
    5. view and copy embed code.

In Medium view you see:

  1. Status;
  2. Title;
  3. Thumbnail;
  4. Resolution;
  5. Number of audio tracks;
  6. Length;
  7. Options – shortcuts to some actions:
    1. Play” button to play channel in the popup window;
    2. copy channels URL;
    3. download files;
    4. view and copy embed code;
  8. System ID;
  9. Asset ID;
  10. Media category.

In the Large view you see:

  1. Status;
  2. Title;
  3. Thumbnail;
  4. Resolution;
  5. Audio track languages;
  6. Length;
  7. Aspect ratio;
  8. Subtitles;
  9. Source file bitrates (Kbit/s);
  10. Transcoded file bitrates;
  11. System ID;
  12. Asset ID;
  13. Options – shortcuts to some actions:
    1. Play” button to play channel in the popup window;
    2. copy channels URL;
    3. download files;
    4. view and copy embed code;
  14. Media category;
  15. Creation date and time;
  16. Modification date and time;
  17. Transcoded date and time.

When asset expire time is reached or asset is not checked as Published a frame appears around the media asset and a clock in the Status column, making assets stand out from all of the list.


Based on the status of the media assets they categorize under four preset content filters – Playable; Transcodable; Transcoded; Transcode Queue; Upload Queue.

Sorting:

User can sort a media list by:

  1. System ID;
  2. Asset ID;
  3. Name;
  4. Creation date and time;
  5. Status.

Filters:

User can filter a media list to find necessary items:

  1. System ID;
  2. Title;
  3. Asset ID;
  4. Creation date and time;
  5. Transcoded date and time;
  6. Category;
  7. Status;
  8. Use token;
  9. Tags;
  10. Metadata by fields. 

After selecting necessary items press the "Use filters" button to filter out. At the bottom of the page, you will see found number of items. 

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