When any material is added from ClickView 24-7 Device Manager, the ClickView Digital Video Recorder, ClickView Media Store/Curriculum Library Updates, ClickView Exchange or ClickView Online Workspaces, the content will go into the corresponding 'Working Folder'. Once the video has been added into an institution's ClickView Library, users can then move the video from the respective Working Folder location, to the folder they want the video to permanently reside in.
Working folders will only appear within ClickView Publisher, they will not appear in ClickView Player, so it is important that material is moved from its respective 'Working Folder' location to a permanent folder, otherwise users accessing ClickView Player will not be able to locate the title for viewing.
1. Users will notice the Working Folder at the top of their ClickView Library folder structure. Once the Working Folder is expanded, you should see the following five subfolders: 'ClickView 24-7', 'ClickView Exchange', 'ClickView Workspaces', 'Digital Video Recorder' and 'Curriculum Library Updates'.
2. All of the respective videos that are added through the ClickView 24-7 Device Manager, the ClickView Digital Video Recorder, ClickView Media Store/Curriculum Library Updates, ClickView Exchange or ClickView Workspaces will be placed into their corresponding Working Folder. As you can see from the screenshot below, we have added videos from Exchange, the Digital Video Recorder and Media Store/Curriculum Library Updates.
3. We now need to move the videos in to the folder that we want them to permanently reside in. This can be accomplished by right-clicking on the title you wish to move and clicking 'Move' (as shown below):
4. The final step is to select the appropriate folder for the video to be moved into. In this case, we have moved one of our videos from the 'Media Store/Curriculum Library Update' Working Folder to the 'Business & Economics' folder within our digital library folder structure.
The title can now be seen in the 'Business & Economics' folder.
Note: You can also drag-and-drop the video into its desired folder.