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Assets page on Cincopa

Cincopa asset is any media files (image, video or audio) that are uploaded to Cincopa.

Check the screenshot below to see an overview of the Assets Page.

Cincopa Assets page is the place to upload and manage all your media assets. It contains a list of all your media items that you add to your Cincopa account. This means you can customize, delete or share every single media file individually here.

To access the Cincopa Assets page you will have to simply click on the Assets page from Cincopa’s homepage.

Note: you must be logged in to access your assets page.

Once you are in the assets page, Cincopa provides lots of options that you can use with your Assets.

Here is a list of few things you could do in the Assets page:

Upload new files to the assets section using Cincopa’s different upload methods

On the top left corner of the Assets page, click on Upload Files to upload any media.

You can checkout step by step process of uploading an Asset from here

Sort and view all your media files

You can sort the media contents available on your Assets page using the sorting tools provided in the top right corner as shown in the screenshot below.

You can checkout step by step process of sorting the media files in Assets section from here

In order to edit the media information, you will have to click on Video Settings as shown in the screenshot below.

In the ASSETS INFO section, you can enter the Title, Description, Notes, Tags, etc.

Share and Embed asset, get the code directly from Assets page

In the Assets Page, you can also find the option to embed a media asset to your website. When you click on the Embed option, you will receive a code that you can then paste it in your website code.

In order to access the embed option click on the Embed option as shown in the screenshot below.

To check the step by step process on how to embed an asset click here

Similarly, if you wish to share the asset to anyone via social media you can simply click on the Share icon as shown in the screenshot below.

You can also share the media files from inside the Video Settings option as shown in the URL

Add thumbnails, subtitles, annotations, and CTA to your video files

In the media files Video Settings, you can also change Thumbnails, Subtitles, Annotations, and CTA.

Download the media file

In the Assets page, you also get an option to download the media files. Simply click on the Download option as shown in the screenshot below.

Delete file

To delete a file from the Assets library, click on the Delete icon as shown in the screenshot below.

 

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