How to upload media in Decode?



Decode offers a comprehensive research experience by allowing you to conduct both qualitative and quantitative research. In addition, you can enhance your research by uploading external media for generating transcripts and gathering insights into participants' emotions. In this article, we will guide you through the process of uploading media in decode:


Step 1: Once you log in to the decode platform, you will arrive on the dashboard. From the navigation panel on the left-hand side, click on the "Library" icon.

Step 2: On the library page, you will find the upload icon on the right side of the page, click on the icon a pop-up form will open on the screen.

Step 3: In this form, you can either drag and drop your files or click on the "Browse" section and select the files from the file directory. The media file type and limits are mentioned on the right block. 

  • Media support: .wav, .mp3, .mp4, .m4v, .doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx and PDF
  • File size: 10kb to 3GB
  • File minimum duration: 5 seconds

Step 4: Once you have selected the media files, fill in the following media information:

  • Title: By default, your media name will be added in the Title section; you can update it if required.
  • Number of people: This field displays the number of people present in the media file. This setting cannot be changed once the media upload is done; make sure to add the correct number to get accurate insights.
  • Language: Select the language spoken in the media; it is required for generating transcripts and analytics. This setting cannot be changed once the media upload is done.
  • Team: The team is a virtual workspace in decode. While adding media, you can select the team, and the media will be available within that team.
  • Face Redaction: Enhance security and privacy by blurring faces in your uploaded media.

For the PDF, word and PPT files, you need to enter the Title of the file only.

After filling in the details, click on the "upload" button.

Note: You can upload multiple media at once by selecting them from the files or drag and drop.

Step 5:  You can track the upload status in the same form, and after the upload is completed, the status will be updated to "Upload Completed".

Step 6: Now your media has been added to decode, you can find it on the library page.