The Scene7 Publishing System screen includes three major areas: Global Navigation bar, Asset Library, and Browse Panel/Build Panel.
A. Global Navigation bar B. Asset Library C. Filters tab D. Browse Panel E. Media Cart (Media Portal only)
The Global Navigation bar, located along the top of the screen, offers buttons for performing different tasks:
Choose the company you want to access from the menu. This button isn’t available if you’re working with one company.
Opens the Upload screen so you can upload files from your computer or network to SPS. You can upload files from your desktop or via FTP. See Uploading files.
Opens the Publish screen so you can publish rich media assets to Scene7 Image Servers and the rest of the Scene7 SAAS Infrastructure. See Publishing.
Opens the Recent Activity screen so you can view the names of recently modified assets and recent upload and publish jobs.
Opens the Setup screen so you can choose setup or administration options for optimizing your use of Scene7. See Setup.
Use the Asset Library to organize the assets you are working with. You can create folders and subfolders for organizing your assets in the Asset Library.
At the top of the Asset Library panel are commands for locating assets. You can search for assets and filter to locate assets. Click the Trash icon at the bottom of the Asset Library to examine assets you deleted.
You can click Asset Library controls to open or close the Asset Library and get more room to work onscreen. Select the Expand/Collapse control to expand or close the panel. These controls are located on the left side of the panel.
The Browse/Build Panel is where you do much of your work. What appears in this panel depends on whether you are working in Browse mode or Build mode:
Select a folder in the Asset Library to view and work with its contents in the Browse Panel. This panel offers the File, Preview, Select All, Select None, and Sort menus for working with assets. You can also view assets in different ways by moving the slider or selecting the Grid View , List View , or Detail View button. Selecting the Detail View button or double-clicking an asset opens the asset in Detail view, where you can perform asset-dependent file operations.