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Learn how to upload and manage videos within your project. You'll also find information related to adding video metadata, supported specifications etc.
Clicking on any desired project will open its video management section. Videos are listed in reverse chronological order of upload from left to right. If the project is set to episodic content, videos can be organized by season and episode numbers. Clicking on a video thumbnail opens the video player. From here, you can - Upload new videos Edit video information Delete videos See Video Activity
Upload a video
Within the Videos section of your project, click on Add New Video to enter the video upload workflow. Naming your video This is not your project name. Rather, the title given to a specific version of a trailer, a clip, or the full-length video itself. E.g. Director’s cut. We recommend using unique titles for your project and video names as they are displayed in conjunc
Below every video thumbnail is the video ID and an edit button. Select the ‘Edit’ option to launch the video edit form. Here you can edit all video-related details such as the video name, watermark position, high-resolution video thumbnail, and subtitles.
Next to the edit button, below the video’s thumbnail, is a small bin icon. Click on this to initiate video file deletion. Once deleted, you cannot restore the video file. However, you can upload the same video file again on Indee.
On the top panel, there is a "See Video Activity" button on the right. This section provides a log of all the videos that have been uploaded for a particular project, along with the following details: Date and time of video creation Email address of the user who uploaded the video Video ID The action performed on the video, such as video creation along with the filename.
Video and Audio Formats Supported by Indee
Upload of videos larger than 20gb in size is not supported. Codec - H.264. For best results, we recommend using H.264 (sometimes referred to as MP4) for the video codec. Frame rate - 24, 25 or 30 FPS (Constant). We recommend uploading with frame rates of 24 (or 23.976), 25, and 30 (or 29.97). If you know the frame rate of your footage, it's best to encode your final video at the same frame rate. If you're uncertain what frame rate you shot at, set you
Rough Cut & Internal Notes
While uploading a new video or editing an existing video, Indee provides the following options: Indicating a rough cut Check the box against "Is this video a rough cut?" to indicate that the video is meant for internal circulation. It’s especially useful during the post-production process when multiple iterations of the video are being developed. Adding internal notes
Indee also offers you the option of adding subtitles to enhance the viewing experience. You can add multiple subtitle tracks for your viewers to choose from. Indee supports WebVTT and SRT subtitle formats. We recommend using WebVTT for compatibility on Apple TV & iOS devices. You can also choose to set a particular subtitle to open up automatically when the viewer plays the screeners by choosing the “Make this the default” option while uploading the subtitle.
Choosing a Watermark Position
You can choose between top, middle, and bottom watermark positions. If your video files contain subtitles it’s best to select watermark positions that don’t clash with them on the screener. Indee does not support any watermark customization, like font changes, opacity, etc.