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Downloading Whatfix videos
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You can download auto-generated videos of flows even if they are not on public hosting sites such as Youtube, Wistia, and Vimeo.

Note

You can also add audio narrations to the flow videos. To know more, see Add audio to Whatfix videos

To download the videos,

In Grid View

1. Navigate to the Dashboard.
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2. Select the flows you want to download as video.
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3. On the top right, click the Download Contents icon.
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4. Select Video.
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5. In the popup, if you're using multiple languages then select the language you want to download the video in using the language drop-down.
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6. Click Download.
7. A download link is sent as an email to the registered email id. The download link is valid for 24 hours.
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In List View

1. Navigate to the Whatfix Dashboard.
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2. Click the Filter icon and select the Content Type as Flows.
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3. Click Apply.
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4. Select the Flows you want to download share using the checkbox. To bulk download Flows, select multiple contents using the checkbox.
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5. Click the Download Contents icon.
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6. In the popup, if you're using multiple languages then select the language you want to download the video in using the language drop-down.
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7. Click Download.
8. A download link is sent as an email to the registered email id. The download link is  valid for 24 hours.
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Note
  • Only flows can be downloaded as videos, PDF or support links.
  • Due to Windows systems restrictions, the flows being downloaded must not have special characters(*, ?, /, \, etc. )  in the title.
  • Any flows that have the '/' character are not downloaded due to naming conventions with various operating systems.
  • The video files are generated in a .mp4 format but are sent to you in a .zip format.
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