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Image Specs

To provide an optimal and consistent look and feel throughout your VT system, the following recommended image formats and sizes are ideal.

Global (System-wide usage)

Logo420 x 64pxJPG, PNG, GIF
Download Template (PNG)
Logo Thumbnail150 x 150pxJPG, PNG, GIF
Download Template (PNG)
Background3000 x 2000px (max)JPG, PNG
Download Template (PDF)
Email Logo
(optional override)
315 x 48pxJPG, PNG, GIF
Download Template (PNG)
Carousel Panels1707 x 960pxJPG, PNG, GIF
Download Template (PDF)
Carousel Panels (Videos)16:9 ratioMP4, M3U8
Download Default Scripts (PDF)
Banner Messages750 x 560pxJPG, PNG, GIF
Download Template (PNG)

Training Center

Training Center Hero1440 x 320pxJPG, PNG, GIF
Download Template (PDF)
Root Category220 x 300pxJPG, PNG, GIF
Download Placeholder (JPG)
Category960 x 540pxJPG, PNG, GIF
Download Placeholder (JPG)
Course960 x 540pxJPG, PNG, GIF
Download Placeholder (JPG)

All images should be saved at 72dpi (not 300dpi) and compressed efficiently to be as small as they can while still looking nice. Need help compressing? Try kraken.io or tinypng.com.

Video Specs

For uploading your own source videos, you will use the “Media Library” tool, which can be found on the Super User Dashboard of your VT System.

The Media Library is a tool that will automatically upload and encode your video files for you, and can be done in bulk. Once you put a video in your Media Library, you can use, and reuse it as many times as you like for any video type in the VT System (Courseware, Carousel Panels, etc.).

Please see this article for more detailed information about the Media Library and the various encoding specs that it utilizes.

The Media Library will let you upload up to 100 files at a time in bulk, and the individual file size can be up to 5 GB.

Question:
What format and resolution should my source videos be?

Answer:
To be frank, as long as it is indeed “a video,” then the Media Library will encode it for you; However – we recommend the following specifications for the best results.

Frame Rate29.97 fps is the most common and what we recommend
CodecH.264 is the most common and what we recommend
File TypeMOV or MP4 are the most common and what we recommend
Bit Rate~6 Mbps is the most common and what we recommend

Note: Customers utilizing the “LSVT Courseware Drop In Service”, we are able to get the source files from you, as outlined below…

  • LSVT can send an email invite to you from our company BOX.com account, and you can upload all of your videos there.
  • You can provide us downloadable links from a video service site, such as: Youtube, Vimeo, etc.
  • You can send them to us via popular file sending services, such as: WeTransfer, Hightail, etc.

Interactive Video Composer

If you’re creating Interactive Videos and plan on using the built in Question & Button Overlay options, we recommend using these visual guides to help you better frame the onscreen talent, prior to export/uploading your videos.