Clicking on a resource on the search page will bring you to the resource detail page. There are three main parts of the resource detail page: video playback and media selection, tabs, and tombstone description.
The resource detail page defaults to this layout, but you do have the option to rearrange the sections by clicking on the icons in the top right corner.
Sections of a Resource Detail page
Video Playback and Media Selection
This section is where you can control playback of the media file. You can play or pause the file as you require, as well as change audio levels or view fullscreen. In addition, if the file has been indexed, index points are displayed automatically as blue bars underneath the playback window. Users may click the blue bars to navigate through the media file by index points.
Clicking the Share button offers users several options for sharing the resource outside of Aviary. Users may choose to copy a direct link to the resource, or they may choose to retrieve embed code for the resource. In either case, if a user shares a resource outside of Aviary, access restrictions still apply.
Each of the windows in the Tab section serves a different purpose, but the search functionality remains the same. If you enter a search term that is present in any of the tab windows, a red circle will appear with a count of the number of times that term appears on the tab. You can click between tabs and use the up and down arrows on the right to jump between occurrences of the search term. The search term is highlighted in gold.
The Description tab contains descriptive information about the resource.
If a resource has been indexed, the Index tab will contain that information. The drop down menu allows you to switch between different index files; perhaps one may be in another language. The timecode on the left corresponds to the blue index bars in the media playback window. Clicking on a timecode in the Index tab will start the resource playing back from that point in the file.
The Transcript tab is similar in functionality to the Index tab. Timecodes may exist on the left and will allow you to jump to that point in the media file. There is also a drop down menu where you can select the transcript file you wish to view.
This section below the media playback area gives you basic information related to the resource.