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Asset Detail View

The Asset Detail view is the screen that centralizes and displays all the information that is available for an asset. Here you can view, download, manage, crop and edit an asset. The screen shows a preview of the asset as well as all the metaproperties, tags and other information the asset is tagged with. This is also the place where can download the original file, the derivatives and any additional files.

Find out below how you can get most out of the Asset Detail view.

How To Open & Close the Asset Detail View

Go to the overview page of your Asset Bank and click the thumbnail of the asset that you want to open or use the direct link of an asset. The Asset Detail view will open. Click the X button in the top right corner to close the Asset Detail view.

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Tell Me More About the Asset Detail View

In the center of the Asset Detail view you can find a preview of your asset. There's a playback available for audio and video files allowing you to directly preview the content from the Asset Detail view.

Note

If the asset is watermarked a preview may not be available.

In the right sidebar you can find more information about the asset and the download buttons. Click the full_scree_asset_detail.png button in the top right corner to show or hide the sidebar. The sidebar comes with the following four tabs:

In the top section of the Info tab you can find general information about the asset, such as the asset title, description, the date the asset was added and by which user it was uploaded as well as all the metaproperties the asset is tagged with.

Note

Depending on your portal setup some of the below features may not be available.

Asset title

The title of the asset.

Description

The description of the asset.

Date published

The date the asset was created. This can be the date the photo or video was taken or when the file was saved in editing software.

Date added

The date the asset was added to the portal.

Original filename

The filename that was used on the device the asset is uploaded from.

Added by

The user who added the asset to the portal. In case the user account no longer exists removed user will be shown.

Resolution

The resolution of the asset specified in DPI. This information is retrieved from the exif data of the original file.

Author

The author/creator of the asset, which is retrieved from the exif data of the original file. This can be the name of the photographer, filmmaker, designer or the name of the editing software that was used.

Link to file

Click the Link to file dropdown to see the direct URL to the asset. Users can share this URL with other internal users to let them directly view the asset without having to search and/or filter for it.

Note

  • In order to visit the Link to file you need to have a user account in the portal. The public URLs described here can be visited by external users who don't have an account.

  • The Link to file is intended to directly link to an asset and is not the preferred choice for sharing assets.

Embed media

Click the Embed media dropdown to embed the asset. Read more about embedding assets here.

Tags

Click the Tags dropdown to see all the tags the asset is tagged with. Read more about asset tagging here.

Set focus point

Click the Set focus point dropdown to configure the focus point for your asset. Read more about this feature here.

Crop / Extend canvas

Click this dropdown if you want to crop the asset or extend its canvas. Read more about cropping assets here.

Asset metaproperty permissions

Click this dropdown to check the permissions that are set up for this asset using the Asset Permission Viewer.

Available files

In the Available files section you can download the available derivatives and choose whether you want include XMP and/or CSV data during you download. Read more about downloading assets here.

Link to public files

In this section you can find the links to the original file and/or derivatives. In order to show the link to the original file the asset needs to be marked as public. Read more about public derivatives here.

Download all files

Click the Download all files button to download the original file together with all the available derivatives. Read more about it here.

In the Edit tab you can edit the assets. Read more about editing assets here.

Note

Depending on your portal setup some of the below features may not be available.

Versions

Click the Version section to add a new version to your asset. Read more about version management here.

Additional files

Click the Additional files section to add additional files to your asset. Read more about it here.

Created derivatives

Use this section if you want to make more advanced customizations outside of Bynder, but still make the file available as a derivative in Bynder. Read more about manual derivatives here.

This tab will show you how many times the asset has been viewed and downloaded. Read more about it here.

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