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Reviewing a Video Proof in the Proofing Viewer

The highlighted information on this page refers to functionality not yet generally available. It is available only in the Preview Sandbox environment.

NOTE The functionality described in this section represents the current functionality available in the Web Proofing Viewer and in the Desktop Proofing Viewer. More functionality is coming soon. 

This article explains how to review video proofs that have been created either within Workfront or Workfront Proof. (For information about how to create a video proof within Workfront, see "Generating a Proof on a Document" in the article "Creating Proofs in Workfront." For information about how to create a video proof within Workfront Proof, see "Generating a Proof on a Document" in the article "Creating Proofs in Workfront Proof.")

You can review a video proof in any one of the proofing viewers currently supported for proofing video content. For information about these viewers and how they compare, see "Understanding Differences Between the Various Proofing Viewers."

  • Web Proofing Viewer (recommended). Runs in the browser. Can proof video and static files.
  • Desktop Proofing Viewer (recommended). Runs on your workstation as an application. Can proof interactive files, as well as video and static files.
    The options available when you are reviewing video files in these two viewers are described in the sections below. For more information, see "Reviewing Interactive Proofs in the Desktop Proofing Viewer."
  • Legacy Proofing Viewer. Runs in the browser. Can proof video and static files.
    For more information, see "Reviewing Proofs in the Legacy Proofing Viewer."

For information about using the Web Proofing Viewer for static proofs, see "Reviewing a Static Proof in the Web Proofing Viewer."

For general information that relates to proofing both static and video content in the Web Proofing Viewer see "Reviewing Proofs in the Web Proofing Viewer."

If you cannot use the Web Proofing Viewer as described in this section, consult your system administrator. The system administrator can enable or disable access to this viewer, as described in "Web Proofing Viewer" in "General Proof Settings."

The following sections provide more information about reviewing video proofs: 

Changing the Unit of Measurement of the Timeline

You can adjust the unit of measurement that is used in the video timeline. You can view the timeline in Time, Frame, or Timecode.

  1. In the lower-left corner of the Web Proofing Viewer, click the current unit of measurement.
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  2. Select from the following options:
    Time: Displays the video timeline in minutes/seconds.
    This option is selected by default.
    Frame: Displays the video timeline in frames.
    The Web Proofing Viewer uses the information on the original file to determine the number of frames per second that is displayed.
    Timecode: Displays the video timeline in timecode. The numbers of the timecode represent hours, minutes, seconds, and frames.
    For example, a timecode of 1:48:36:18 represents 1 hour, 48 minutes, 36 seconds, and 18 frames into the video.

Controlling Video Playback

Adjusting Video Playback Speed

You can adjust the playback speed of the video proof. You can select to view the video between a quarter speed, to double speed.

  1. In the lower-right corner of the Web Proofing Viewer, click the Settings icon.
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  2. Click the current speed, then select a new playback speed.
    You can choose from the following options:
    • .25
    • .5
    • .75
    • Normal
    • 1.25
    • 1.5
    • 2
  3. Click the Play button on the video to test the new speed.

Viewing Video Frame-by-Frame

For a more detailed look at the video proof, you can manually review the video frame-by-frame.

  1. At the bottom of the Web Proofing Viewer, click the Forward and Back arrows to review the video frame-by-frame.
  2. (Optional) Change the timeline to measure by frame, as described in "Changing the Unit of Measurement of the Timeline." 

Changing Playback Volume

You can control the volume in the video playback.

  1. In the lower-right corner of the Web Proofing Viewer, mouse over the Volume icon, then drag the slider to select a new volume.
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    Or
    Click the Volume icon to mute and unmute the volume.

Enabling Video Loop

You can configure the video to continuously loop (the video begins playing again after it finishes). 

  1. In the lower-right corner of the Web Proofing Viewer, click the Settings icon.
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  2. Enable the Loop option.

Enabling Full-Screen Mode

You can configure videos to occupy more space on the screen and eliminate other distractions such as the header and comment area.

  1. In the lower-right corner of the Web Proofing Viewer, click the Full Screen icon.
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    The video is displayed in full-screen mode.

To exit full-screen mode:

  1. Click the Exit Full Screen icon.
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    The video is displayed in normal mode.

Zooming and Panning on a Video Proof

You can adjust the zoom percentage when viewing a video proof. When viewing a proof at a larger zoom percentage, the Pan option allows you to use your mouse to navigate to different areas of the proof. This is especially useful when you are reviewing small GIF videos, content in a small area, and virtual reality video content, which displays wide in the Proofing Viewer.

Some identical text in Reviewing a Static Proof in the Web Proofing Viewer under Zooming and Panning a Proof. Create snippet. 1:1 Luke: This may need to be its own article in section "Reviewing Proofs in the Web Proofing Viewer." Because that's where we put the articles about functionality for both types of proofs--video and static. Otherwise duplicating same content. But only if functionality is the same, not partially the same. 

  1. While viewing a video proof in the Proofing Viewer, do any of the following to adjust the zoom percentage of the proof:
    • Click the Zoom icon, then either click on the proof to zoom in, or drag across an area of the proof to zoom in only on that area. You can click the proof multiple times to continue zooming in.
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    • Click the current zoom percentage, the click the zoom percentage or click Fit to width, Fit to height, or Fit to page.

    • Click the Plus or Minus icons to increase or decrease the zoom percentage.
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  2. If you need to pan the proof, click the Pan icon, then drag the proof as needed.
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Enabling and Disabling the Web Proofing Viewer

Depending on the global settings defined by your system administrator, you might see the Web Proofing Viewer when viewing video proofs, or you might see the legacy viewer.

Enabling the Web Proofing Viewer

To enable the Web Proofing Viewer:

  1. In the legacy proofing viewer, click the Open new proofing viewer option in the lower-left corner of a video proof.
    This setting is remembered the next time you launch the Web Proofing Viewer, and is reset only when your browser cache is cleared.

Disabling the Web Proofing Viewer

Because not all functionality is currently supported in the Web Proofing Viewer, you can revert to the legacy viewer at any time.

To disable the Web Proofing Viewer and use the Legacy Proofing Viewer:

  1. Click the Menu icon, located in the upper-left corner of the Web Proofing Viewer.
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  2. Click Old Viewer.

Printing a Proof

For information about printing a video proof, see "Printing Proofs in the Proofing Viewer."

Managing Comments

For information about managing comments in a video proof, see "Managing Comments in the Proofing Viewer."

Viewing Activity on a Proof

For information about viewing activity in a video proof, see "Viewing Activity on a Proof in the Web Proofing Viewer and in the Desktop Proofing Viewer."

Sharing a Proof

For information about sharing a video proof, see "Sharing a Proof in the Proofing Viewer."

Downloading a Proof

For information about downloading a video proof, see "Downloading a Proof in the Proofing Viewer."

Viewing Previous Proof Versions

For information about viewing previous versions of a video proof, see "Viewing Previous Proof Versions in the Web Proofing Viewer."

Keyboard Shortcuts

For information about the keyboard shortcuts available when reviewing a proof in the Web Proofing Viewer, see "Keyboard Shortcuts in the Web Proofing Viewer."

This article last updated on 2018-09-20 22:20:21 UTC