Publish your video


    After you have uploaded your video and it has finished processing you want to publish it. Depending on your what your technical environment looks like, this can be done in different ways.


    The most straightforward way is to copy the embed code of the video and paste this into an html editor of the website where you want to publish the video. You find the embed codes to copy-paste or drag and drop in Console on the media page or in the media list.

    • Publish
      In the Publish section you can change the behavior of the player in your embed codes.
    • Appearance
      In the Appearance section you can customize poster image, logotype and player behavior.
    • Distribution
      In the Distribution section you can export and manage the exports of the video to YouTube and Facebook, in the Distribution section is also where you can find a list of any clones made from the video.


    You can toggle moderation states using the moderation icon, bulk actions or drop down menu on overview page.

    Moderation icon

    The moderation icon can be found below the video preview on media overview page and on the media list, it has three variations representing the three states (explained below), a question-mark ('?') representing unmoderated, a checkmark representing approved and an 'X' representing not approved.

    Moderation states

    Moderation states are used by the API to manage what content is meant to be shown to viewers, if you have a video site connected to your account, all videos that are public to the API will be published on the video site.

    The moderation states may also be used by Console users to determine whether media is approved for usage. This usage of moderation status is only suggested, whether it is used is completely up to your workplace and how you have decided to use the Console in your workflow, it is not enforced by Screen9.


    • Public to the API:s
    • Means the video is approved for usage by a user with publishing status on your account.

    Not approved

    • Not public to the API:s
    • Means the video is disapproved for usage by a user with publishing status on your account.

    Not moderated

    • Not public to the API:s
    • Means the video has not yet been moderated, it is neither approved nor disapproved yet.




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