When you handle a large number of media files, activating the Folder view can be very helpful. You will find the toggle button to turn the Folder View option on and off when you edit Playlist mode.
As when the Folder View option is deactivated , the name and description fields also appear for you to fill in the information.
Below, moving from left to right, there are three (3) columns:
– Media Folders , where all folders and sub-folders appear.
-The contents of the selected folder appear (Title of folder and media file names below).
-The actual Playlist contents appear in the third column list on the right.
How to manage the contents of the folder/subfolder
-To preview the media file, click on the zoom icon or click on the arrow to upload it to the playlist.
-You can search for a specific media file in the folder/sub-folder
-To simultaneously upload several media files to the playlist, click on the arrow of just one of the selected items
-To upload ALL items in a folder /sub-folder, check the box next to the folder’s name and click on the arrow of just one of the items.
How to manage the contents of the playlist
Once uploaded, the media files are listed in the right column.
To preview one or all items in the playlist, click on one of the media files’ zoom icon. Using the arrows on the slideshow, you can preview everything.
-To delete a single media file, click the button next to it.
-To delete multiple media files from the playlist, first check the boxes of the files you want to remove and then click the button next to just one of them.
-To delete ALL media files, check the Playlist box; all items will be selected, then click the button next to just one of them.
To change the media files’ position, just ‘drag-and-drop them in the order you want.
-To change the default display duration of Image files in the playlist (set to 5 seconds), either type the right display duration or use the blue “UP/DOWN” arrows respectively.
-To change the default display duration of Media in the playlist (in seconds), either type the desired display duration or use the blue “UP/DOWN” arrows, respectively.
Click ” Save ” to create your playlist.