To publish a file to a third party platform (like YouTube), right-click the file, and choose
Publish > from the context menu. If you have set up Publishing Destinations to send files to, they will be listed in the menu.
Click here for more information on how to add a Publishing Destination.
Note: If you are not the Workspace admin, your account will require
Publish Files permission to be granted to your user account for the project the file is in.
When you click a destination name from the menu, a dialogue will pop up and show different options depending on the type of destination (such as YouTube).
In the Publishing dialogue, YouTube allows keeping videos
public. With YouTube, if you want to have a video go public after a certain date, you can enter a Publish Date in the dialogue; you must also set the privacy to
private in order for the date to be enabled.
After clicking Publish and closing the dialogue, the file will be published momentarily in the background. Once published, the file will have a
Published tag visible on its thumbnail.
Information about where the file was published is also listed in the file details view, under the Usage tab. For example, a file published to YouTube will show who published it, the date published, give a link to view the file on YouTube, and have a link to view it’s publishing report (if you have permission to do so).
You can also view your published files in the Publishing view of the main interface. You will not see published files in the publishing view that you do not have permission to publish, based on your project permissions.