To upload your own videos to this website you will need to log in with your LGfL USO account.
When you click thebutton, you will be prompted to enter your credentials.
You will need to log via the usual LGfL login page.
Once logged in, you will have the option to upload a single video or multiple videos via the upload page.
First, you will need to read and agree to the conditions of use.
As soon as you've ticked the box, the page view will change and an option to upload files will become visible.
First, you must select the format of the file(s). For video, theare or and there is an option.
While it is possible to upload a group of videos via a single action, it is essential that all items in the group have the same format.
For example, a group of videos must all be either in widescreen or normal mode, not a mixture. Audio files must not be uploaded in a group with video files as the encoding will not work correctly and you will receive an error.
Select theof your file, then click the button to locate the item(s) and upload them.
through your local machine or network drives, select the correct file(s) and click .
You may select and upload several files at once by holding down the Ctrl key and clicking on each item you wish to upload until you have selected all the required files.
The file(s) you have uploaded will be listed below thebutton.
The following file formats are supported by the system:
.asf, .avi, .flv, .m4a, .mov, .mp4, .mpg, .rm, .wmv
if images are used inside an .m4a file type, when uploading, you must specify the format as Video (either Normal or Widescreen), NOT Audio, in order for the file to be processed correctly.
Your file must now be encoded before it can be viewed via the website.
This may take a bit of time as there are many schools using the system and your file will be placed in a queue.
You will be taken to thepage where you can view the progress once encoding begins.
As this might take some time during busy periods of the day, you do not need to wait for encoding to happen.
However, if you want to check on the progress periodically, you will need to click thebutton.
The status may or may not have changed, depending on how many files are in the queue inside the system.
If you do access the Encoder progress page after your video has finished encoding, you will find that the page is empty. This page only contains information during the encoding process.
When your file has been successfully encoded you will receive an email informing you of the progress and providing a link to be able to view the video and edit its properties.
The email will contain a direct link to your video so that you can easily view and edit it.