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Audio-Video uses the PBCore metadata schema designed by US Public Broadcasting to describe sound and video files. You can learn more at http://pbcore.org/

  1. Log in to audio-video.shanti.virginia.edu
  2. Click the Main Menu icon
    • The menu icon is the four horizontal lines in the top right of the page
    • A drop-down menu will unfold
  3. Click My Content
    • A drop-down menu will unfold
  4. Click My Media
    • A list of your uploaded media will open
  5. Click the audio-video item to which you want to add information
    • The item's page will open
  6. Click the Edit tab in the top right
    • The "Edit Audio" page will open
  7. Click the Media section
    • The "Media" section will unfold
    • You can delete the audio file here
  8. Click the Transcript section
    • The "Transcript" section will expand
    • You can upload a transcript here; see Add Transcripts for help
  9. Click the Title & Description section
    • The "Title & Description" section will expand
    • You can change the title, write a description, and add tags
  10. Click the Classification section
  11. Click the Rights and Licensing section
    • The "Rights and Licensing" section will expand
    • You can fill in the copyright owner, year published, and redistribution license information
  12. Click the Availability and Access section
    • The "Availability and Access" section will expand
    • By default, viewing is set to Private; set it to Public if you want all visitors to see your file
    • You can set the date and time to have the video available for viewing
  13. Click the People and Copyrights section
    • The "People and Copyrights" section will expand
    • You can add creators, contributors, and publishers of the project
  14. Click the Technical Metadata section
    • The "Technical Metadata" section will expand
    • This describes your file's technical aspects: its physical and digital format, frame size, duration, and more
  15. Click the Workflow section
  16. Click Save
    • "My Content" will appear
    • A confirmation message will appear

1 Comment

  1. These sections need to be updated when AV is more stable. Right now the Subcollection drop-down menu shows the KMaps server for Subjects.