Editing Player V3 Settings (Deprecated)

You can edit the look and feel of a player at any time. Any changes are automatically made for all videos, channels, and channel sets that use the player.

Note: For Player V4 instructions, see Configuring a Player in Backlot.

To edit a player:

  1. Log in to the Backlot UI. The Backlot UI opens.
  2. Open the PUBLISH page.
  3. Click the Player Branding tab.
  4. Select a player.
  5. Select the Player tab.
    1. To change the name of the player, enter a new name in the Player Name field.
    2. To enable viewers to share the content, select the Share check box. To specify how customers can share, click options and select the check box for each supported sharing option (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, and so on).
    3. To display an embed button that viewers can click to get an embeddable URL for the asset, select the Embed check box. The embeddable URL can be used to display the asset on the viewer's website, blog, and so on.
    4. To provide information about the currently playing asset, select the Info check box. To specify which information, click options and select the check box for each type of information.
    5. To display a channel button that viewers can click to see other assets in the channel, select the Channels check box (video assets only).
    6. To display an advertising countdown message that communicates how long the advertisements will run before the asset starts, select the Ad Countdown Message check box (video assets only).
    7. Select scrubber bar options. These include whether the volume control appears, whether the viewer can view a full screen version of the asset, whether the viewer can change the bit rate, whether the asset buffers when paused, and whether the scrubber bar is always shown or automatically hides.
    8. Select the accent color used throughout the player.
    9. Select the default language used for closed captions from the Closed Captions Default Language list box (video assets only).
  6. Select the Channel & Channel Set Options tab (video assets only).
    1. Select the top gradient color. The top gradient color fades from the color you specify to the accent color that you specified on the previous tab.
    2. Select a color scheme from the Video List Color Scheme list box.
    3. Select Display options, including the description, video length, and Ooyalabranding.
  7. Select the Branding tab (video assets only).
    1. To select an image to display when the viewer is navigating through the video, click Upload and select an image. We accept .PNG, .JPG, .GIF and .SWF images. The image aspect ratio should be 4:3 and should not exceed 320x240.
    2. To select a watermark image, click Upload and select an image. We recommend using .PNG files with transparent backgrounds, but also accept .JPG, .GIF and .SWF.
  8. Select the Start Screen tab (video assets only). Then, select whether the title, description, and play button text will appear on the start screen.
  9. Select the End Screen tab (video assets only).
    1. To display a replay button at the end of the video, select the Replay check box.
    2. To display more videos at the end of the video, select the More Videos check box. To specify which types of videos to display, select whether to display videos that share labels, or have a specific label from the Display "More Videos" From list box. To specify how videos are sorted, select whether they are sorted from oldest to newest or newest to oldest from the Sort "More Videos" By list box. Select whether the videos will open in a new page, the same page, or the same player from the Click Behavior list box.
    3. To enable viewers to share the video, select the Share check box. To specify how customers can share, click options and select the check box for each supported sharing option (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, and so on).
    4. To display an embed button that viewers can click to get an embeddable URL for the video, select the Embed check box. The embeddable URL can be used to display the video on the viewer's website, blog, and so on.
    5. To provide information about the video, select the Info check box. To specify which information, click options and select the check box for each type of information.

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