5 hot tips for video catalog work

How to make your video project run smoothly.

1.Remember to set up the windows the way they will be easiest to toggle for you. If this means floating a few windows on the desktop for easy mobility then do that. Set up your workspace the best way you can for you to optimize your time.

2.You do not have to close the filtering window every time. You can keep it open and off to the side for easy access.

3.Make sure you are adding details to your videos along the way. Your details for each video enables efficient filtering. Tag everything – the more tags you have, the easier it will be to filter and find your video in the future. Tag your scenes with keywords for easier locating. Tag your actors, tag your videos. Create keywords and tags that are unique for each actor, video and scene.

4. When you are using filters, remember they will automatically try to find everything possible that you might be looking for. In other words the filter uses a wildcard approach. So if, for example, you match part of the title, it will find your video. You can also use brackets for a span of records. For example if you want all videos from 2010-2012 type in 20[10-12] and all records will be generated accordingly. If you alphabetize the videos in your categorization, you can do the same thing with any combination of letters. [a-c] will generate all videos starting with the letters a, b, and c.

5.Set your preferences exactly how you want them to be. When you start adding videos, make sure your preferences fit the project. You want to make sure your preferences are set perfectly, so that nothing will have to be changed after the first hundred videos are indexed. This will save you a lot of time in the future.