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Mastering Video Submissions: Uploading, Reviewing, and Multiple Outcomes
Mastering Video Submissions: Uploading, Reviewing, and Multiple Outcomes
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Written by Alessandro | beCreatives
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When creating an editing request, you have the option to choose between uploading files directly or utilizing the Share Link method.

1. Upload Files On The Platform

When initiating the video upload process, you have the flexibility to choose between two user-friendly options. The first method involves selecting your file directly from a folder. Alternatively, you can opt for the simplicity of drag-and-drop functionality,or use both Upload types (Mixed version).

Navigating Video Options:

Once your video is successfully uploaded, you'll encounter two distinct icons associated with the video file.

- Comment Icon:

The first icon resembles a speech bubble or cloud. Clicking on this icon allows you to leave comments directly related to the video. This feature proves invaluable for providing specific instructions, feedback, or any additional information pertinent to the editing request.

- Trash Can Icon (Delete):

The second icon takes the form of a trash can. Clicking on this icon allows you to delete the uploaded video if necessary.

Let's explore the second method for uploading videos, utilizing the Share Link window.

2. Accessing the Share Link Window:

Instead of selecting the Upload File option, click on the Share Link box. This opens up a new window where you can effortlessly share links to your video files.

- Adding Links:

In the Share Link window, click "add a link" at the center. Paste the link to your video, which can be from any cloud service, YouTube, Vimeo, TikTok, or Facebook. Ensure the videos are public or anyone with the link has editor access. Editors can download public videos using third-party software. Add more links by clicking "add a link" for multiple submissions.

- Managing Links:

Once you've added your links, you have the flexibility to manage them according to your needs:

  • Adding Comments:

    • To provide specific instructions, comments, or context for each video, click on the speech bubble icon. This allows you to attach comments relevant to individual links.

  • Deleting Links:

    • If there's a need to remove a link, click on the minus sign (-) associated with each link.

Once you've added your comments to the videos, you can review them in this section.

By embracing these straightforward methods and leveraging the features available, you'll streamline the process of uploading video files on Space, fostering clear communication and ensuring a hassle-free editing request experience.

In the dynamic world of video editing, the ability to tailor your content to different platforms or purposes is key. This guide will walk you through the process of creating a Multiple Outcomes Request on Space, enabling you to generate various versions of your video for diverse needs.

Accessing Multiple Outcomes:

After completing the video request form, navigate to the end where you'll find the Multiple Outcomes checkbox. Simply toggle the switch to activate this feature, granting you access to a range of choices.

  • Editor's Selection:

Select this option if you prefer to leave the determination of the number and type of outcomes to your editor. This provides flexibility for the editor to make creative decisions based on your content.

  • Customize:

Opt for "customize" if you wish to personally define the outcomes based on your guidelines. This empowers you to have more control over the creative direction of the various video versions.

Customizing Outcomes:

Once in the customization section, the initial outcome produced by the platform is your original video – the main source from which additional versions can stem. Click "add outcome" to initiate the customization process.

Follow the form that appears:

1. Video Type:

Choose from various formats (e.g., IG Reels, TikTok, Vlog) for your different versions.

2. Name:

Give a name to your outcomes, providing clarity on their intended purpose.

3. Total Lenght:

Here you can select the duration of your video.

4. Description:

Add a brief description outlining the specifics of the outcome you're creating.

You can continue adding more outcomes according to your video needs. Once satisfied with your customization, confirm your video editing request by clicking "Submit."

By harnessing the power of Multiple Outcomes Requests on Space, you unlock a world of possibilities to tailor your content for diverse audiences and platforms, fostering a more versatile and impactful video creation experience.

When the request is submitted you will see everything that is happening in the Requests section of Space:

Once a Multiple Outcomes request has been created and your editor begins working on it, you'll find it moved to the "Editing" section. Upon completion of one of the outcomes, the main request won't be transferred to the "Delivered" section until all requests are fulfilled. However, even if one outcome is complete, you can still review it and provide feedback for re-editing if needed, or confirm it.

In your dashboard, you can choose to view requests in either "list mode" or through the Kanban board.

Understanding Outcomes:

Adjacent to the name, you'll notice a new feature called "outcomes" with colored bubbles. These bubbles indicate the number of videos in the Queued, Editing, Delivered, and Confirmed phases. Essentially, multiple outcomes requests follow the same rules as regular requests but are like folders containing additional videos. By clicking on them, you can view all requests delivered by the editor.

Reviewing and Providing Feedback:

Upon clicking on the request, a window called "Deliverables" will open. Here, you'll find the exact outcomes that have been delivered for review. You can then decide whether to comment for re-editing or approve them.

Click on each outcome to leave comments for re-editing or approving the video. In the case of re-editing, your editor will be notified and can move the outcome back to the editing phase.

On the right side of the screen, you will find the 'Pending Outcomes' section. Here, you can see all the outcomes of your video that still need to be edited. You can also prioritize and arrange them based on what you need first.

Approved outcomes will be moved to the final green bubble. Once all individual requests are set to "Completed" by the client, editor can move the folder itself to "Completed.

Once You are done reviewing your outcomes, click “Complete " if you are happy with it or “Request Edit” if you want to tweak some elements of it:

By following these steps, you can efficiently review and manage multiple outcomes requests on Space, ensuring that your vision is realized and delivering a seamless editing experience.

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