How to Create and Export a ScoTube

New Media File Import Tool Now Available in SCORM Cloud. Details here.
Need some help using ScoTube? No problem! We’ve put together this handy “How To” guide just for you. Because you’re reading about ScoTube, which means we like you. A lot.
To create a ScoTube course:

1. First, log in to your SCORM Cloud account. Don’t have an account? Sign up for a free trial account

2. Click on the `Add Content' box and select `ScoTube'

3. Take one of the two following option paths. 

Option 1 - Use an existing YouTube video
- To convert a YouTube video, enter the videoID
- Uploading the video “as-is” is simple. Just click the Add Course button. 
- Looking to customize your video? Click on Edit Video Details to make changes to Video Title, Author and Description. For even more customization expand “more options” to make changes to keywords, SCORM Version, etc.

Option 2 - Upload your own video (*Please note there is a 100MB limit)
- If you are uploading your own video file, simply chose your file from your computer
- Add some information about your video. Don’t forget the title!  You can also designate video keywords and pick your preferred SCORM Version.
- Still having some trouble? Check out our Advanced Troubleshooting Tips guide. 
4. ScoTube defaults to SCORM 2004 4th edition.  If you need to export as another specification, select one from the drop down.
5. If you have multiple applications, you can choose the application you'd like to import the course to via the the dropdown. 
6. Once you have your details the way you want them, click the Add Course button and your course will be added to your library 

7. Share your course with others through invitations or dispatch.

To export a Scotube course
To export your ScoTube course, simply select your course from your Library  and click 'Export Course'. 

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    Charlie Carpenter

    Hi Jena,

    I just tried ScoTube as an alternative to wrapping an flv with java and html to create a SCO.  It was fast and easy and looks really good.  I loaded original movie files, which I am assuming ScoTube is converting to flash because you are using flow player.  The only oddity was I got 2 courses for each video.  I loaded three movies and have 2 courses for each one.  Just to let you know.  I am using win8 with Chrome.

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