- In order to start editing your video, open it and press the edit button (Fig. 1).
- The video editor will open and you will be able to make the following changes
- When you have finished making changes to your video, click to save and publish the edited video.
Change the Title
Press the title bar, type the new title, and press Enter.
Trimming the Video
See images to the right.
- In order to perform this feature, use the Timeline that is located in the lower half of the Panopto screen, as shown on the right of this page (Fig.2). If you have multiple media sources, you will see them lined up in this timeline and indications for Primary Sources (P1) and Secondary Sources (S1) and Slides (SL).
- Press the Trim Icon to start trimming. When you click on it , a gray line will appear on both ends of the video.
- Click and drag the grey lines over the sections that you wish to edit out (Fig 3). If needed, you can do this multiple times to get rid of all of the undesired clips.
Add an Entry (formerly known as Chapters)
Table of contents (TOC) are auto-generated if your video has a PowerPoint or Keynote presentation. However, if you wish to edit them or add new entries, follow the steps:
- In the editor, select the Content tab on the left.
- Select the exact spot as the red line or a location on the timeline where you would like to add the entry.
Enter a title for the entry in the Content field.
Adding a web link when editing a TOC entry will embed a website into your video. If you want to add a link without embedding a website, you can add it as the title of the TOC entry. The link will be clickable when your changes are published.
This feature only works if the viewer has an active Internet connection while viewing a presentation. It will not load if viewed or downloaded offline.
Upload a Custom Thumbnail
- From the Video Library, hover over the video you want to add custom thumbnail. Select Settings among the options.
From the Panopto Editor, in the upper right hand corner, select the Setting icon to open the setting window.
- On the Overview tab of the Settings window, select Edit to the right of the Preview image.
- Select Choose file to open the file finder and select the image you want to use as the custom preview image. Once added, select Save.
- The new preview image will now appear for the video.
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