Using search and filters

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Using search and filters

The search procedure slightly varies depending on the type of item you’re looking for:

  • Content: for a basic keyword search, you can use the search bar in the top right corner.
    Alternatively, and for more options, go to Content > Catalog to view all the catalog entries at your disposal. You can filter content using the drop-down menu Choose filter on the left. Filtering by duration, language or year of production are just a few of the possible options. Besides, you can start a keyword search using the field next to the drop-down menu. Feel free to enter words, expressions or even content IDs.The content ID is the exclusive number every catalog entry possesses. It can be found in the URL line of the detail view of any content – look for the number at the end of the URL.
  • Material: the first three sub-tabs under Material show you all the Material at your disposal – Media Files, Tapes and Ancillaries. Use the drop-down menu Choose filter or the free text search field next to it to find the files you are looking for.
  • The search for Tapes and Ancillaries works very much like the Media Files search. Use filtering or free text search; apart from text you can also type in content IDs.

Alternatively, for a content-centric view of the assets attached to a particular entry, go to the detail view of a catalog entry and check the Materials, Ancillaries and Marketing tabs.

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