Export is one of the action of the Actions palette in Production. Several export modes are available: download, email or transmission via FTP.
The non-downloadable documents may be ordered.
The Print action is a particular export type. It prints instructions in a PDF format.
This action allows users to export media depending on their user rights and subviews attributes. Download can consist of:
The size of the elements to export are displayed next to each formats.
Past a certain size limit set by the administrators, the user can get the media he wants to export by a download link received in an email.
It is possible to export the media or the contents of the baskets and stories one by one or in batches from results area or from the baskets and stories area.
By clicking on Export, up to 4 export options are available:
Export can be done on batches of documents, coming from several Phraseanet bases or collections, on which the user may not have export rights. In this case, the number of documents that can be exported is indicated.
Select one or more records (documents or stories) then click on the button Export. The download options are displayed in the tabs of the overlay window.
This tab allows to manually enter the destination address and credentials of a FTP server on which to submit the exported documents. It is possible to use a FTP preset.
The FTP preset is editable in the Information tab of the account settings.
This tab allows to send download requests for the users who have no downloading rights on the media.
The order tab & form are available only if an order manager is defined.
This action allows to print the thumbnails, preview images, media description in a self generated PDF document.
In the Print window, check the radio button:
Click on Print to start generation of the PDF document. The selected records are gathered and presented in the chosen format in a PDF document (Acrobat reader or any software that reads PDF files must be installed on the computer). Print the PDF document or save it on the computer’s hard disk.