Sending Output to an FTP server

To deliver your output video files to an FTP server, perform these steps:


1. On the right side of the same page (on which you see Information about your uploaded video), notice the column labeled Step Two. Click the + symbol to expand the Job Notification and Region section.

2. From the Region dropdown listing, choose the region in your destination server resides.

3. If you want an alert message when the conversion process completes, enter an email address or URL into the Notify URL field. The URL must be the HTTP location of a listening script that can receive the XML notification file that will send.


job settings



4. In the Output #1 section, choose the output format—such as H264/AVC (.mp4)— in the first dropdown listing. 

5. In the next dropdown listing, choose the encoding preset. Then, choose FTP for the destination type. Then click the link to enter the destination credentials individually.

6. Enter the Login name and Password for your FTP account.

7. Enter the Host name. In our example we are using the same server, .
enter the Path of the output video file. You must include all subdirectory names and the full name of the file—including the extension (e.g., .mov or .wmv). Be sure to correctly include capitalization where necessary. You will probably want to use an extension that corresponds to the output format. In our example here the path would be /output/King_Lines.mp4 .

8. If you need to use FTP passive mode, then check the Passive box. See the note above. Notice that the path in the textbox now corresponds to the entries you made.

9. You may want to add another delivery location for your output video file. Next to the path field (Where should we send your video?), click the + symbol to add another delivery destination. Then follow the same steps given above. Click Save.

10. If you need to make changes to the output settings, click the Customize button. Enter a Preset Name, and then click Save Custom Preset. Then click the Save button again.



Configure FTP


11. If you want to convert your source to a second output format, click the + symbol next to Add another output format. Follow the steps given above.
After confirming that all of your entries are correct, click the Process Video button. The status page will appear. If successful, you’ll see a Processing indicator.


Edit Queue


12. To see details, click the + symbol next to the media ID number.



Extended Info


13. To see more details, click the Processing link. A pop-up window will appear giving the details of the conversion process.


Job Log


14. When the job is done, you will see the Finished status. Click the View/Download link to access your output video file.


View Download Link



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