Select an asset by either double clicking or pressing enter to be taken to the viewer. Here, all assets in the folder will be displayed in a carousel below the selected file.
In the Upper Right, you have the options to Share, Download, and Add a New Version.
The Right Side of the interface also features the information tray. Click the icon to bring this out so that you can view the file’s information and a list of previous versions.
In the asset detail screen, you can also toggle on the Focus Mode button. This feature enables SHIFT to go full screen and provide a dedicated viewing experience while interacting with your asset.
The Projects Homepage
To view all projects and the file tree, open the left-side tray.
Forward and Back Buttons are available to help you to navigate through your progress.
Use the Files, Team, and Settings options to toggle through options for each project. This replaces the right-side tray.
The Options Dropdown allows you to change how items are sorted, the thumbnail size, and how many items are displayed per page.
In the Upper Right, when an asset is selected, you will see the icons for Share, Download, and Delete.
When hovering over an asset, you will see an Ellipsis: This takes you to the options to View, Share, Download, and Delete each item.
The projects page offers a unique screening option. If you hover over an asset, you can scrub through the thumbnail to see what footage is contained within the file.
You can change the Poster Frame by clicking onto the three horizontal dots on the bottom right hand corner of your asset. As soon as you click it, you will be able to choose a frame from the video to set as your poster frame.
All of your projects can be viewed as a list by clicking on the three horizontal lines icon at the top of your page. This view also provides header links that allow you to sort by the different options available (date updated, title, size, etc).
Changing Thumbnail Size
In order to change the way that thumbnails are displayed in SHIFT, go to your profile’s preferences to find the Fill Asset Thumbnails option, which is automatically checked. When unchecked, thumbnails whose images are smaller than the specified dimensions with be displayed with a border.