MediaSpot

MediaSpot is a template-driven system that allows you to drag-and-drop various media fields to create your own custom HTML Project.

You can easily create interactive projects to include videos, audio files, images, documents and text fields, and then share your project with others via a URL link. This is a great way to easily share videos without putting them on a public website.

MediaSpot Tips and Tricks

The MyVRSpot Customer Support team has put together our top tips and tricks to make a MediaSpot project shine! Please reach out to Support if you need additional help. Spacing One of the key things to keep in mind while creating a MediaSpot project is spacing. While this can be achieved by putting in custom […]

Adding CSS to a MediaSpot Project

You may have noticed the yellow cog wheel icon while working on a MediaSpot project—that’s for CSS! CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is a type of coding language that is primarily used for changing the layout and look of websites. It’s not necessary to utilize CSS when creating your MediaSpot project, but if you’d like […]

MediaSpot Video

The MediaSpot Video above explains MediaSpot and also walks you through the steps to creating a Project. Check out these other videos and articles for more specific information on MediaSpot Projects: Using the MediaSpot Template (text on step-by-step instructions) Your MediaSpot Project Editing An Existing MediaSpot Project MediaSpot Gallery And Playlist Options  How To Add Documents To a […]

How to Use a MediaSpot Template

Users can create a MediaSpot Project either from a pre-created template, a blank template, or from your own MediaSpot template. To use one of the pre-created templates, follow the instructions below. Use a Pre-created MediaSpot Template Step 1: Login to your MyVRSpot account and click MediaSpot on your top menu bar. Step 2: Choose between […]

Using the MediaSpot’s Blank Template

To use the MediaSpot feature to start creating your multimedia Projects from scratch, you’ll want to use the MediaSpot template called Blank Template. How to Create a New Project To create a new MediaSpot project, follow these simple steps: Click on the MediaSpot link from the system menu. Next, click on the New Project icon (magic […]

How to Add Documents to a MediaSpot Project

To attach a document to your MediaSpot project, follow the steps below. You can also edit the button to make it more clear as to what is attached and provides any instructions for the viewers. Open up a blank template by clicking the “New Project” icon (wand). One-column by default will be in your Project. […]

How to Create Your Own MediaSpot Template and Share it with Schools

District and School Administrator accounts have the ability to make one of their MediaSpot projects a template, which they can share with their school(s) so other users can use the templates. Follow these steps to make a MediaSpot project a template and share it with your school(s). Create Your Own MediaSpot Template Follow these steps […]

MediaSpot Gallery and Playlist Options

The MediaSpot tool has two custom built fields, which allow you to add an unlimited number of media items to a project, without having to keep adding new columns: the Gallery and Playlist field. To use a Gallery or Playlist element, drag and drop the elements into a column. Follow the instructions below to add […]

Editing an Existing MediaSpot Project

It’s quite easy to edit an existing MediaSpot project that you have previously saved. From your My Gallery page, click on the Edit Project icon for the project you want to edit.  This will display your project just the way it was left when you last saved it. Editing Your Video:  If you want to […]

Your MediaSpot Project

All saved MediaSpot projects will appear in your MyVRSpot Gallery (home page), and will display several icons under the project thumbnail. Edit Attributes:  The top of the page has the Project URL for viewing or sharing. This icon also allows you to change the Name of the project, upload a Thumbnail, add Tags, Activate or […]