Adding Secondary Asset to Content (Video/Audio)

 

Introduction

How to Enable Secondary Content Assets in the CMS

Adding a Secondary Asset (Audio) to Video Content

Adding a Secondary Asset (Video) to Audio Content

How to Toggle Between Video/Audio Content During Playback

How to Disable Secondary Content Assets in the CMS

 

Introduction

By enabling secondary content assets, you can map audio content to existing video content and vice versa. When the users visit the content details page, they will see options to play video/audio. They can either select video to play video or select audio to play audio in the same player. While playing the video content, the users can switch to audio content on the click of a button. First, you need to create a primary content (Audio/Video) and then you can add a secondary content (Audio/Video) to the primary content. Before adding any secondary asset content to primary content, first, you need to enable this feature in the CMS.

Note: Currently, this feature is available only for ‘Revo’ template. 

 

How to Enable Secondary Content Assets in the CMS

  • To enable secondary content assets, go to “Manage Content -->Settings” in the CMS.
  • Under “Allow Secondary content assets”, select the checkbox for “Enable Secondary content assets
  • Finally, click on “Save
  • Once this feature is enabled, you will see the option to add secondary asset in the Content Library.

 

 

Adding a Secondary Asset (Audio) to Video Content

If you have already added a video content, then it will become a Primary Content. You can add an audio as secondary content to this video content.

  • To add audio as a secondary content to the video content, go to “Manage Content-->Content Library” in the CMS.
  • Click on the “Upload Audio” to add audio to the existing video content.
  • Select the audio, from the Audio Library or upload it from your computer. The audio file will get encoded and mapped to the video content.
  • Now the content has both video and audio mapped to it.

 

Note: You can add secondary assets to both VOD Single-Part and Multi-Part Child content.

 

 

Adding a Secondary Asset (Video) to Audio Content

You can also add video as a secondary content to audio content. In this case audio content will be the Primary content and video will be the secondary content.

  • To add video as a secondary content to the audio content, go to “Manage Content-->Content Library” in the CMS.
  • Click on the filter and go to the Audio Library.
  • Click on the “Upload Video” to add video to the existing audio content.
  • Select the video, from the Video Library or upload it from your computer. The video file will get encoded and mapped to the audio content.
  • Now the content has both video and audio mapped to it.

 

Note: You can add secondary assets to both AOD Single-Part and Multi-Part Child content.

 

 

How to Toggle Between Video/Audio Content During Playback

  • Once the contents are mapped and encoded, they will be available to view on your website/app.
  • When users visit the content details page, they will see the option to play Video/Audio.
  • During the playback, they can toggle between Video and Audio content in the player itself.
  • They can also minimize the player window to browse the website/app.

 

 

How to Disable Secondary Content Assets in the CMS

As per your wish you can disbale the secondary content assets feature from the CMS. 

  • To disable secondary content assets, go to “Manage Content --> “Settings” in the CMS.
  • Under “Allow Secondary content assets”, deselect the checkbox for “Enable Secondary content assets
  • Finally, click on “Save
  • Once this feature is disbaled, secondary asset content (Video/Audio) will not be visible in the Content Library.

 

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