Earlier this week we took our readers through the process of updating audio files on their website, blog, email and social networks without having to dive in to a pool of HTML code or even touch foot on the springboard of updating hyperlinks.
In today’s posting we will walk our readers through the very same process, but this time specifically talking about published AudioAcrobat video players, and the ease of their being updated with new content.
First things first, our readers will only be able to replace videos that already exist within their account. You could, technically, replace a video that HAS NOT been published, but that would basically defeat the point of the ‘Replace Video’ function.
For continuity’s sake, let’s assume that our readers have already published the video in question to their website, blog, email, social network etc. and they want to replace the existing video with an updated version WITHOUT having to update any code or hyperlinks already ‘out there’ on the web.
Note: The ‘Replace Video’ feature works only for streaming video. This feature WILL NOT replace any MOV download links our readers’ may have published.
1. Login to your AudioAcrobat account
2. Click the blue “Video” tab
3. Click the title of the Video you wish to replace
4. Click “Replace Video”
5. Select method of replacement
Login to your AudioAcrobat account
Click the blue “Video” tab
Click the title of the Video you wish to replace
Click “Replace Video”
Select method of replacement
If choosing ‘By Substitution‘, our readers will be able to select from any recording found in the “Video” section of their account.
If choosing ‘By PC WebCam and Microphone‘ our readers will be able to take advantage of any webcam and microphone (both internal and external) connected to their computer for creating the replacement video.
If choosing ‘By Uploading‘ our readers will have the opportunity to upload the replacement video file from their computer’s hard drive or connected device.
Note: When uploading audio and video files to AudioAcrobat, the maximum file size is 256MB. Looking to optimize your video for web upload? Check our reference guide HERE first!
We feel these options will give our readers a great deal of flexibility in creating fresh content on a regular basis … which, in effect, will result in higher sales conversions, page views and a more robust overall user experience.
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