After creating your website, the next most important thing is to add content to your website. Before adding content to your website you must understand about different content and metadata types that Muvi supports to add. We support three types of content, 1) Single-Part 2) Multi-Part 3) Live Streaming.
Content Metadata Types
Content Metadata means various properties (information) of content such as title, description, story, actor, poster, trailer, etc. These metadata will help your videos search friendly and easily discoverable on your video platform as well as on major search engine like Google. Hence, it is important to understand the content metadata types, so that you will be able to know what kind of information you need to provide for particular video content. Muvi supports 3 pre-defined metadata types.
- Single Part
- Live Streaming
Single Part Content
Typically, Single Part videos have a linear content arc with a beginning, middle and end. For example, movies, sporting events, live streams, linear TV shows, video clips, etc. The video content, for the single part, can be 2 minutes of video clips or 2-hour full-length movies. These types of content have a lot of metadata such as description, genre, language, rating, actor, trailer, etc.
A Multi-Part content has a parent content and one or more child contents known as episodes. For example, the TV Show. The parent content is the TV Show and the number of episodes (Episode 1, Episode 2, Episode 3, etc.) of that show is known as child content. These type of content have different metadata for parent content and child content. For parent content you can add metadata like Content Name, Release or Recorded date, Genre, Censor Ratings, etc. and for child content, you can add metadata like Season Number, Episode Number, Episode Date, etc.
Live Streaming Content
In live streaming, we support two types of live streaming content, 1) Live Streaming from Camera 2) Live Streaming from Feed
- In live streaming from the Camera, you can use a camera (Laptop camera or an external camera) to live stream any event.
- In live streaming from Feed, you can either live stream using the HLS feed or RTMP feed.