Viewing Media Files from the Unity Client - Video - English - Foundation 22.1 - OnBase - Essential - Premier - Standard - external - Standard - Essential - Premier


Foundation 22.1

To view media files in Unity Client:

  1. Open the Unity Client.
  2. Select the Retrieval option.
  3. Do one of the following to search for documents:
    • From the Document Types and Groups section, select a document group to narrow your search, and then choose the document type you want.

    • Scroll through the list of document types and select the document type you want.

  4. Click Find. The documents that match the search are displayed.
  5. Do one of the following to select a media file to view:
    • Double-click the document from the Documents list.


      If the upload has not yet completed, a message is displayed in the Viewer indicating that the media upload is in progress.

    • View thumbnails of the documents and choose the document you want to view. Right-click the document you want to view (select multiple documents by holding down the CTRL key and selecting the documents you want to view), and select Open in Thumbnail Viewer.

When viewing the media file in the Viewer, a control bar is available allowing you to play, pause and stop the video.

The control bar is visible for approximately two seconds, and then it is hidden. To view the control bar after it has been hidden, move your mouse over the video to display it for another two seconds. If you pause a video, the control bar remains on the screen until the video is played.


If you click or drag the control bar while the video is playing, the video is paused and remains paused until the Play button is selected.

You can use the following keys on your keyboard to manage the control bar:

  • Spacebar or Enter: Pressing this key pauses the video. Once paused, press this key again to play continue playing the video.

  • Up/Down Arrows: Advances (Up arrow) or reverses (Down arrow) the video by five seconds.

  • Left/Right Arrows: Increases (Right arrow) or decreases (Left arrow) the volume.

  • M key: Mutes or unmutes the video.

  • Number keys. Pressing the number keys (0 - 9) advances or reverses the video depending on what percentage of the video has played. For example, 0 moves the video to the beginning, 1 moves the video to 10%, 5 moves the video to 50%, 9 moves the video to 90%, etc.