Publish Replay 360 projects to Review 360 to collect feedback from stakeholders, or publish them as MP4 videos on your local computer so you can add them to your e-learning courses. Here’s how.

Publishing to Review 360

  1. Click Publish on the ribbon.
  2. When the Publish window opens, choose the Review 360 tab on the left. (If you have an Articulate 360 tab instead of Review 360, update Replay 360 to see all the latest enhancements. We changed the name to Review 360 on January 23, 2019.)

  3. Choose to publish a new item or update an existing item:
    • Create a new item: Mark this option to publish a brand new content item to Review 360, then give it a title. (The title defaults to the name of your project file. You can change the title of your published project here without affecting the name of your project file.)
    • Publish a new version of an existing item: Mark this option to update an existing content item located in your personal or team folder in Review 360, then select the item you want to update. (Review 360 keeps track of version history, so you can always view previously-published versions of the content item.)
  4. Click Publish.

Your project gets published and uploaded to Review 360 all at once. How fast this happens depends on the size of your project and your internet speed.

When the Publish Successful dialog appears, click View Published Content to open Review 360 in your default web browser and manage the video you just uploaded.

Publish Successful dialog when publishing to Articulate 360

Distributing Your Published Project:

To give viewers access to your published video:

  1. Open your web browser to your Review 360 home page and click your video to open it.
  2. Click Share in the upper right corner.
  3. If you want to password-protect your video, mark the box to Set a password and enter a password in the field provided.
  4. Copy the shareable link, then send it to your viewers. Be sure to give them the password, too, if you added one.

If you don’t want viewers to post comments on your video, click the ellipsis (...) button in the upper right corner and choose Disable comments.

Learn more about using Review 360.

Publishing to a Video File

  1. Click Publish on the ribbon.
  2. When the Publish window opens, choose the Video File tab on the left.

  3. Give your project a file name. (It's best to use only letters, numbers, hyphens, and underscores. Don't use spaces or special characters.) The maximum length for a project name is 80 characters.
  4. Browse to a location on your local hard drive where you want to publish.
  5. Click Publish.

When the Publish Successful dialog appears, you can play the video immediately or open the folder where it was published.

Publish Successful dialog when publishing as a video file

Replay encodes your projects as MP4 videos, so they’re perfect for embedding in e-learning courses or uploading to the web as standalone projects.

What Dimensions Will My Published Project Be?

Your Replay project will be as wide as your widest video clip and as tall as your tallest video clip. Video clips and images that are smaller than these dimensions will be centered on the stage and scaled up.

For example, let's say you add two video clips to a Replay project. One is 1,920 x 1,080. The other is 1,280 x 720. Replay will publish an MP4 file that is 1,920 x 1,080 (matching your largest video clip), and the smaller of your video clips will be scaled up to 1,920 x 1,080.

Since scaling can lower the quality of your published output, we recommend using video clips with the same dimensions.

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