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Import video from Hippo Video library using Dynamic integration

To import a video: 

  1. Click on Hippo Video icon. You will see various pop-up options.

  1. Now, click on Choose from library from the right. 

  1. Select the video you wish to send and click Continue.

  2. Once you’ve completed your recording, you’ll be redirected to the following screen. 

  3. Select the text New Recording above the video to change the default video name to a name of your choice.

To edit the video:

  1. Click on the Edit & Personalize button below the video preview.

  2. Select Quick Edit from the pop.

  1. Edit the video, if required, and click the Apply button.

To learn more about quick edit. 

To personalize the video:

  1. Click on the Edit & Personalize button below the video preview.

  2. Select Personalize Video from the pop.

  1. Insert merge fields and customize them according to your preference.

  2. Once you’re done, click the Apply button.

To set the sales page:

  1. Click on the Sales Page tab to embed the video, you’ll notice that the sales page is selected by default.

  2. You can proceed with the default sales page or choose any one of the sales page of your choice from the existing ones or click the Create Sales Page button, you’ll be redirected to the Sales Page Templates screen inside product. 

Note: You can create one sales page for multiple videos and the entire team can use it while sending videos. The Merge fields will be auto-replaced with the prospect information eg: First Name, Company name, etc.

To set thumbnail:

  1. Click on the Thumbnail tab. You’ll notice that the GIF Thumbnail is selected by default. 

Note: It is recommended to choose an animated GIF thumbnail over a static one. First and Last few portions of your video will be merged and shown as a thumbnail (endless loop/loop continuously). Your customer will get to know that it is a video attached and not an image (static).
  1. Once you’re done, click on Copy to Clipboard/Insert Video.

  2. Fill in the details and then click on Copy to Clipboard/Insert Video.

  3. You will notice the video gets pasted as a thumbnail inside the compose mailbox.

Note: Go back to proceed further.

 

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