With high-speed Internet access reaching the homes, you have the opportunity to enhance your traditional editorial content with audio and video files.
Easy to upload and reference, your media files can be attached individually to editorial items or grouped as media sets.
The Linear Publishing system analyzes your media file. The resulting links show the file size and media type (audio or visual). When your Web visitor clicks the link, they will pop open a small window for presenting the media.
Sample Media Group
This inclusion groups media files into a single source.
Once created, your media files can easily be attached to editorial items and editorial sections. And like all other Linear Publishing content, the media links will be archived with the editorial.
Your media files will also be aggregated on a media page. This archive format will list all media files in a chronologically descending order. Each media listing will continue to access the original media file for presentation.
Best of Kramer
8+ minutes of pure Kramer. They aren't writing characters like this anymore.
In response to the growing popularity of the www.youtube.com website, the Linear system includes controls for embedding these videos within your site. Now you can easily reference these videos without having user ever leave your site.
You Tubes can be embedded within editorial, along the side, in blogs - just about anywhere. These items can be titles, captioned, colored, shadowed and aligned. Also, width controls allow you to further control the Web visitor's experience on your site. This You Tube file is presented at 115 pixels in width.
Click here for another "You Tube" example on this site.
Of course, your Linear system also features the "Shoe Box" module which allows permissioned users to upload YouTube videos to the site. As manager of the site, you can add new videos at any time. Click here for an on-site example of the Shoe Box YouTube interface.
To learn more about the Shoe Box interface, Click here.