Using rich media support


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Using rich media support

If you're working with a SharePoint 2010 site with the publishing feature enabled you can use the Media Web Part to play video and audio. I have a fairly straightforward publishing portal created here. And I have a couple of files out here on my Desktop, a video file and a JPEG, which is just a thumbnail of one of the frames of the video file. First I need to get that into SharePoint. I am going to create a new library in this website. So I am going to go to my More Options menu of my Site Actions and create something called an Asset Library.

An Asset Library is a new kind of library in SharePoint 2010. It really is just a document library, but it's got some attached metadata for working with image, audio, and video files. I'll call this Site Assets, which is a very common name for the Asset Library. I am going to create it and then I want to upload those two files into this library. I could upload them individually but I also have the option to upload multiple files. In which...

Using rich media support
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Using rich media support provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Simon Allardice as part of the SharePoint 2010 New Features

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