After creating a Broadcast Live stream, you can enrich your viewers' experiences by incorporating metadata, which offers additional information about your stream. Metadata consists of descriptive elements such as stream descriptions, relevant tags, and the publishing date, all of which enhance your viewers' understanding of and engagement with your content.
The stream metadata is captured in the associated media item. Both the Broadcast Live stream ID and the associated media ID of the item have the same value.
Use the following steps to edit metadata fields for a Broadcast Live stream:
- From your JWP dashboard Media Library, click the name of the stream. The details page of the stream appears.
- Click the title of the stream to rename the video.
- On the Basic Information or Advanced Settings tab, update one or more metadata sections of fields. The tables below describe each metadata section and field.
- Click Save.
|Short explanation of the stream content
This text can improve search engine optimization and video recommendations. To prevent having a description shortened in search engine results, limit descriptions to less than 100 characters.
|User-generated labels used to classify a stream
You can add tags as single tags or as a comma-separated list:
|User-generated name-value pairs
As examples, custom fields can be used when setting cue points or storing legacy media IDs.
You can also set default custom parameters that are applied to all new videos uploaded through your JWP dashboard.
|Name of the media creator
Enter a single author in the text field. This ensures that searches can be performed easily on the author name.
|Media Page Permalink
|URL of the webpage where the stream is published
If defined, when the stream is shared from the player, the recipient will be referred to this URL.
|Geoblocking rule controlling where the content can be viewed
|Active dates of the stream
You can update the Publish Date and Local Time of a stream to any time to between Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00 - Jan 19, 2038 03:14:07. The UTC time will be calculated.
Click the checkbox next to Set Expiration Date to update the Expiration Date and Local Time for the stream. You can set a stream to end at any time between Jan 01, 1970 00:00:00 - Jan 19, 2038 03:14:07, but after the Publish Date and Local Time. The UTC time will be calculated.
If the Set Expiration Date is not selected, the stream will remain published indefinitely.
Updated 3 months ago