You can preview what a video looks like and how it plays in the Video Viewer.
To preview videos in a video viewer:
In the Asset Library panel on the left side, in the Show drop-down list, select Video (single encoded videos) or Adaptive Video Set. When the Adaptive Video encoding preset is used, it results in a set of multi-bitrate encoded videos.
In the Asset Library panel on the left side, navigate the asset folders to select the video that you want to preview.
Do any one of the following
(Optional) In the Preview window, in the drop-down list at the bottom, select the URL encoding that you want applied to the asset’s URL when it is copied.
Select the Preview link so you can review the asset in the selected viewer.
Close the displayed viewer.
Select Close to return to the Assets screen.
Adobe Dynamic Media Classic provides a convenient method of previewing MP4 video on the desktop. Use this method to preview mobile content on the desktop without physically testing it on mobile devices. Be aware, however, that what is seen in desktop preview does not realistically show what playback looks like on the mobile device. To preview how video looks and plays on a mobile device, go to the Preview screen, select Copy URL, and enter that URL in the web browser of a mobile device. For more information, see Deploy video to your websites and mobile sites.
Users watch videos in the Video Viewer. How the Video Viewer behaves, what it looks like, and how its playback controls work depends on the Viewer Preset you choose for playing the video. You choose a Viewer Preset on the Preview screen. After you choose a preset, you can obtain the URL or the embed code for playing the video using the Viewer Preset you chose.
Adobe Dynamic Media Classic comes with many predefined Viewer Presets for playing video, and if you are an administrator, you can create custom Viewer Presets. There are more than a dozen different settings for configuring the Video Viewer. You can configure its size, color, video and audio controls, progress bar, user-interface skin, and social features.
See also Preview videos in a video viewer.
You can use Viewer Presets to see various viewer types and their pre-defined settings. You can also add and edit your own customized viewer presets or edit existing viewer presets that come with Adobe Dynamic Media Classic.
In Viewer Presets you can activate, filter, sort, and preview Viewer Presets.
See Viewer Presets.
To add or edit a video viewer preset:
Near the upper-right corner of Adobe Dynamic Media Classic, go to Setup > Viewer Presets.
To see only presets for Video Viewers, select Video Viewer from the open Viewers drop-down list in the toolbar directly above the table.
Add or edit a Viewer Preset for showing video:
See also Add and edit Viewer Presets.
After you reconfigure the Video Viewer, select Save As to save the preset using a different name in the Preset Name text field.
In the Configure Viewer page, in the Preset Name field, enter, or edit the preset name.
Set the remaining options that you want.
To see a description of an option, select its Info Tip icon.
Do one of the following: