Films On Demand Quick Start Guide

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Films On Demand Quick Start Guide

  1. 1. Films On Demand Technical Support: Support@Films.com • 1-888-744-6398© 2011 Films Media Group Finding Videos You can easily find videos by browsing or searching. Quick Start Guide Customize! Change your default settings in “My User Preferences” in the “Welcome” drop-down box. All search results are displayed by individual segments and sorted from newest to oldest. 1. Type a keyword, phrase, or program name in the search box at the top of the screen. 2. Use the drop-down menu to select “By Segments” to search all of the available meta-data for segments or “By Titles” to search all of the available meta-data for full titles. 3. Click on “Search,” or press the “Enter” key on your keyboard to execute the search. 4. Click on any title to view that video, or click on “View segments in this video” to see a list of its segments. SEARCH the titles in your collection: Quick Tip Refine your search by using the drop-down menus in the “Advanced Search” screen. Access the “Advanced Search” link at the top right, below the search bar. FYI When you type a keyword into the search box, the Search Assist autocomplete feature will suggest full titles or segments containing that keyword. Click on a suggested result to go directly to that title or segment. BROWSE through the available subjects: 1. Select a subject from the top navigation bar to access a detailed list of topics. 2. Click on a topic to access a list of all videos in that topic. 3. Click on any title to view that video, or click on “View segments in this video” to see a list of its segments. Quick Tip Many of the topic menus include subtopics. To access the subtopics, click on the “+” icon next to any subjects that display it to expand the view.

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