NOTE: If you only see a subset of these settings, you need to install the Download plugin. In this case you will see a link, Improve your download experience. Click this link to install this plugin and improve your download experience.
Download Settings Tab
Show metadata for rendition: Select the rendition type for download and checkout.
Default download location: The location on the user’s machine where downloads will be stored. To change this default, click the Select button; you will be prompted to browse for the new location.
If the field is left blank, you will be prompted to specify a download location every time. (To make the field blank, click the Clear button.)
Replace Existing: Overwrites the existing file with the downloaded file.
ZIP File Name: Select how you want to name downloaded ZIP files. (Default - no suffix): Will be downloaded as “Download.zip” (and overwrite any existing files with that name)
Also include files from the following containers: Select the container fields you want to include when you download assets. Container fields are special fields that hold images, movies, PDF files, and so on.
Display confirmation page: Displays a confirmation dialog when you add files to the Download Cart. (If required, this dialog will appear regardless of whether or not this option is selected.)
Maintain directory structure: Maintains the directory structure when you download and convert assets.
Copy COV linked files: Add an asset's embedded Component Object View files to the Download Cart when you add an asset to the Cart.
NOTE: If you log into Digital Library from different computers, you will need to update this preference each time you log in from a different machine. For example, this path will be very different on Mac OS X machines and Windows machines. If you typically use Digital Library on several computers, leave this field blank so you will be prompted to specify a download location each time.
NOTE: If you want to download assets to the C:\ location on a Windows machine, you need to open the Windows Control Panel, go to User Accounts > User Accounts > Change User Account Control Settings, and change the settings to Never notify. Click OK, then restart the machine. (This setting may not be consistent with your organization’s security policy; downloading to the C:\ location is not recommended.)