On-demand subscriptions can give customers access to:
Collections (which contain videos and pdfs) and
Courses (which contain videos, pdfs, or quizes)
Collections are ideal if you'd like you're customers to be able to pick and choose from all videos within a collection, in any order they choose.
Courses allow you extra control over the order in which the videos are watched, require a little extra setup to make this possible.
Collections also have a 'scheduled go live' or 'drop' date feature, where you can schedule video debuts.
We'll focus on the Collections aspect here. You have 3 options to offer access to on-demand videos:
A collection on its own. This can be rented out on a per video basis. It doesn't require an on-demand subscription. Just the link to the collection.
An on-demand subscription. This can give access to an entire collection for a monthly recurring charge
A regular subscription that includes access to either:
all existing video collections; or...
...an on-demand subscription that holds 1 or more of those collections.
This last option allows customers to purchase one subscription that gives them access to all types of events, appointments and on-demand content in one fell swoop.