On the Profile Setup page for a profile, presenters can select publish accounts to use for the profile and access an overview of a profile.
Publish Accounts include the specific information used to place processed presentations in a publish destination, such as user authentication information, folder selection, etc.
Select a publish account for each encode setting or select one publish account to use for all encodings within a publish destination.
Settings included in a profile:
|Description: What should you use this profile for? The description is entered by an administrator to help you to choose the correct profile for your needs.|
|Publish destinations: Where the produced files go. Presentations can be published to one or more destinations. Examples include an FTP server, a network drive, Screencast.com, or iTunes U.|
|Encode settings: What kinds of files are produced. The original recording is encoded into one or more formats. Examples include an audio only (MP3) encoding, an iPod-compatible encoding, or Windows Media format. Encoding can reduce the frame rate and audio quality, but can never improve the original recording.|
|Publish accounts: How to access the publish destinations. These accounts contain specific information used to place processed presentations in a publish destination, such as authentication information, folder selection, etc.|
|Notifications: How people are informed when presentations are published. Notifications are sent per profile and can include information about multiple encodings of the same presentation.|