2.1 Adding Content
Go to the Content Tab, and click
Upload Content: click Browse to select your file(s) from your computer or network drive, or drag and drop the file(s) to this location. You may upload a single file or multiple files at a time. Refer to section 1.2 above for a list of supported formats in Vitrium. If you upload multiple files, they must be of the same type – all documents or all images or all videos. This is because depending on what type of content you upload, the Content Settings will change.
Content Setting: select the default setting – if you wish to create a different Content Settings, refer to the full Administrator Manual for steps on how to set this up.
Tags: add any tags (or keywords) that are appropriate for the file – you can search for content by these tags in the search bar at the top right-hand section of the Content window. If you set up and enable the Portal, your users can also search for content based on these tags.
2.2 Applying Permissions
You can apply permissions to your content in one of two ways: (1) within the “ADD CONTENT” window or (2) by clicking the Permissions icon in the Content tab.
Option 1: Applying Permissions within ADD CONTENT window
While you’re still in the “ADD CONTENT” window and after selecting your file(s) and setting your Content Settings and Tags, click on the Permissions tab
You’ll see USERS and GROUPS showing in this tab. If you are using a trial account, you should see yourself set up as a USER here. Select yourself, then select the default DRM policy and click Save & Exit.
IMPORTANT NOTE: even if you have access to Vitrium as a Staff User, you will still need to assign yourself permission as a USER and set a DRM policy to access the protected content.
If you do not see any users listed here, click the symbol beside Users to add a new one to test with. You can add more users later in the Users tab. Enter a Username and Password and leave the other fields blank until you become more familiar with the system. Click Save & Exit.
Don’t forget to select the default DRM Policy, and then click Save & Exit.
Your file will now go through 2 stages:
- An uploading stage which is usually quite fast and you may even miss it.
- A processing stage which may take a bit longer depending on your file size or how many files you are processing. When the processing stage is complete, you will be able to test the unlock process of your newly secured content.
Option 2: Applying Permissions within the main Content tab
The second way you can apply Permissions is clicking on the Permissions icon in the CONTENT tab. You can also modify your permissions later this way as well.