To access the Publish Settings, click the small wrench icon next the Publish Manager.
When changing any of the publish settings you’ll be asked to ‘Save and Apply’ the change. Clicking this option will directly commit the change to your project and online video, if it’s published.
Basic info on Publish Settings:
Title – Your title is extremely important because it appears on your published page, Insights Dashboard, and all your social networks. The default title will be your project name.
Author – you can choose your own name, nickname, or client name. The default name will be your Eko username.
Description – You can give the viewer more information about your project. This text will also appear when you share your video to social networks. By default, these fields are blank.
Tags – select suggested tags or add your own to help viewers find your video. You can use as many tags as you want.
Choose a privacy setting to determine who can view your published project and where it can appear.
Public – anyone can watch your project.
Private – allows you to set a password to prevent others from watching your project.
These fields determine how your project will look when shared on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.
Title - This is the title that will be visible when you share your link.
Description - This is the description of your project that will be visible when you share your link
Thumbnail - Here you can select the thumbnail that will be visible when you share your project. But clicking the blue “…” button you can browse your computer and select any photo you’d like. The default thumbnail comes from your loading screen.
Note that if you’re planning to use this post as an ad on Facebook, you should keep in mind Facebook’s design recommendations.
Autoplay project by default - Check this box if you’d like your project to play automatically once it loads, and uncheck it if you’d like the user to click play to start.
Generate spark from project - Checking this box allows you publish the entire project as an embeddable Spark.
Override default config - This allows you to check out your project to a github repository.
Sizing and Aspect Ratio - Since videos can be embedded in containers with any aspect ratio, you may need define how your project scales for optimal viewing. To do this, you have two options:
- Pan’n’Scan: With Pan’n’Scan, you can define how much of the original image can be cropped (horizontally and vertically) to force full-screen viewing.
- Boxing: With boxing, black boxes are applied around the video frame to fit the aspect ratio of the player window.
You can read more about the different scaling options on our Developer Docs page on Sizing and Aspect Ratio.