SnapKast produces two main deliverables for you:
The Play tab (A) offers the ability to play the formatted session locally and to use drag-and-drop or copy-and-paste to share with others. Your first step is to select the formatted session you wish to play by clicking on thebutton (B). If you have just completed formatting a session on the Format tab, then that session is already selected for you.
To playback your session, follow these steps (refer to Figure 1):
If you close SnapKast without first closing other programs launched (by clicking thebutton), then SnapKast will close all those programs when it exits.
You can share media files by conventional window drag-and-drop or copy/paste operations. These operations are identical in the sense that they represent copying a file from some source to some destination. The source is always the SnapKast Media Center and the destination can be your desktop, email program, sound/video editor, any Explorer window, or a remote file copy program (e.g. any ftp program). As always, the user must have permissions to write to the destination for the operation to succeed.
Drag-and-drop is most effective when the source and destination locations are visually side-by-side (i.e. windows that are not obscured or overlapped). With the media file selected (see above), click and hold down the left mouse button, then move it from the Media Center to the destination (drag) and release the left mouse button (drop). In the picture below, the file video-640x480.mp4 is dragged from the Media Center to the user's My Videos folder.
If you wish to create an RSS feed for your session(s), then please continue with the Podcast tab.
If you wish to publish your audio or video files to web sites (e.g. YouTube), then please review the Publish Files instructions.