Cisco Show and Share is a secured social network for video collaboration, communication, and learning. User-generated video is central to the Cisco Show and Share experience. As a Cisco Show and Share user, you can view and interact with videos. As a Cisco Show and Share author, you can upload or record videos. You can also synchronize slide presentations with the video, upload transcripts, and add optional, downloadable files to your video.
This change history contains only those updates that apply to Cisco Show and Share users with visitor, video author, video publisher, or live event user roles. Administrators should review the Administrator Guide for Cisco Show and Share 5.6 on Cisco.com for a list of changes to the administration features.
New and Changed in Release 5.6
These are the new software features in Release 5.6:
Edit video metadata—You can edit the title, description, and tags of a video that is in hidden or published state without affecting the video status. The changes are available immediately in the Show and Share user interface.
Video download—When you publish a video, you can enable video downloading for Cisco Show and Share users. For a public video, anonymous users can download the video. If the forced login feature is enabled, users must be logged in to download a video. For a private video, all group members can download the video. For a hidden video, only those with access to the video URL link can download the video.
Video Ownership Transfer—A video owner can transfer video ownership to another video author who can either accept or deny the transfer. If the new author denies the transfer, the video owner can cancel the request.
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