Gallery Level Protection: In-Page
Gallery Level Protection for an In-Page Experience (IPX) using a Presentation Manager
Once you are integrated with Brightcove, you will have the ability to build different types of protected galleries. This article will focus on IPX protection.
Gallery Level Protection for an IPX utilizes a Presentation Manager and embeds an iFrame.
When you are on the Brightcove Integration page in your 2Account, you will see three available tabs: Gallery Level Protection, Video Level Protection, and Event Tracking Plugin. Make sure the Gallery Level Protection option is selected.
To add a new product, click the green "+ Add Product" button. This will open your configuration window. By default the fields will be empty. The following is an example of a completed configuration.
The Product Name is, well, the name of your product. The products will be listed in a dropdown menu on a Stream2 Brightcove Form to select the product you are selling access into.
From the Product Name, you can hit the tab button or click into the Product Link text box which will automatically pre-fill with the name of your product that is viewable in the Stream2 link. This can be edited if necessary but remember, alphanumeric characters and dashes are the only characters allowed.
The Brightcove Experience Type is a dropdown menu that allows you to choose "Portal" or "In-Page." Select "In-Page."
The Brightcove In-Page Experience is also a dropdown menu. Select the In-Page Experience you want to use.
Presentation Manager is a dropdown menu that lets you choose the corresponding Presentation Manager that will be displayed along with your IPX. Select the one you want to use.
The Tessitura Constituencies drop down menu allow you to choose one or more (multi-select) constituencies will provide access to this IPX. If a patron has one of the selected constituencies on their Tessitura constituent record, they will be able to access your content.
The Session Timeout allows you to customize how long people can access your content via the In-Page Experience before they would have to log in again. In the above example, a patron would have 24 hours from the time they land on the In-Page Experience to view the available content. If they were to refresh the page at hour 23, the clock would reset for another 24 hours and they would retain access without having to log in again.