A standalone title consists of a single video that isn’t part of a larger episodic collection. For example, a feature film, short film, or documentary are all standalone titles.
Note: A title’s metadata language determines the locations to which it can be published. For supported languages by location, see Location Requirements.
The Title, Category, and Title Metadata Language you previously entered are added to the Catalog Listing tab.
Note: Some language alphabets contain letters and symbols that count as more than one character. The counter below the text box provides an accurate character count.
A minimum of one crew member must be added, but we recommend that you also enter at least key actors for improved search discoverability on Prime Video. If you're publishing a movie or TV show, then you must provide a Director.
After you've entered a cast or crew member, reorder the list by using the up and down arrow buttons, or delete an entry by clicking X. For cast members, the top four entries will appear as "Starring" actors on Prime Video.
Files can be added from your computer or Amazon S3 account.
For more information, see Mezzanine Requirements.
When adding files from your computer, don’t close your web browser window until the file transfer is complete.
Note: If your upload is interrupted (including browser crashes, exiting a tab, or loss of Internet connectivity), select the same file, click Save, and the upload will resume where it left off.
If you select Rent or Buy, you're asked to choose between Preset pricing and Custom pricing (advanced). Preset pricing includes Value, best for older and back catalog videos, and Base, best for balancing cost with wide audience appeal. Note: Amazon reserves the right to change prices.
Note: For information about royalties, see Royalty Information.
When you are ready to submit your title for publishing, click Publish.
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