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Sharepoint 2013 : Working with media - Working with video files (part 2) - Use an image from your computer as a thumbnail

2/28/2015 1:18:10 AM
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Use an image from your computer as a thumbnail

  1. In your assets library, select the video file with which you want to work.

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  2. On the ribbon, click the Manage tab.

  3. In the Actions group, click the Edit Properties button.

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  4. In the Edit Properties dialog box, click the Change Thumbnail link.

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  5. From the three options that appear, click the Use A Picture From My Computer option.

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  6. Click the Browse button that appears.

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  7. In the Choose File To Upload dialog box, select the image that you want to use.

  8. Click the Open button.

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  9. Click the Upload Button.

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  10. On the Video Properties page, click Save.

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