You can share content from within Picturepark directly, enabling CDN (Fastly.com) for faster delivery and distribution. More details on Fastly CDN Delivery for Picturepark Content on the website.
You can select metadata when creating a share, to be shared too. This shared metadata is displayed in the share viewer to recipients and others who access it. The Layers selected in the share creation will be displayed as metadata panels. Keywords and tags will be displayed as links with all additional metadata available in the card detail. The number of items shared is visible in the share manager.
ShareA share in Picturepark allows to send a link of a selection of Content Items and Virtual Items via email to one or multiple users. Picturepark users will have the share available in Picturepark, others only in their mail. The link can be opened without login for the specified time. When you send the share to yourself you will not get an email but a notification in Picturepark and the share available in the main menu. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUUBjYzshVQ&t=1s
You can style the shared email that Picturepark sends out and the share page to include links to your terms, usage restrictions or add your custom logo. The share page can be your permanent link to branding material or press material.
An embed in Picturepark creates embed code for one or multiple Content Items and Virtual Items which can be embedded into websites or landing pages. Picturepark offers the direct image link, an HTML link or the .Net code snippet. The embed link allows resizing in the embed viewer or by directly updating width and height values in the embed link e.g. https://demo.picturepark.com/v/n1HWVr32/?width=1200&height=801.
You can modify embedded content via media editor or URL parameters.
Fastly.com offers reliable, fast, and customizable options to deliver share content from Picturepark. Fastly offers real-time observability, baked-in security, and programmatic control.
The CDN can be enabled per customer in the Cloud Manager, which will distribute email shares and embeds via Fastly CDN.
Only available for sharing from Picturpark.
Media Optimization (IO)
Media Optimization (IO) enables you to crop, resize, sharpen, change transparency or rename images using the media editor, requiring permission to edit images (role permission). The images can then be integrated into websites, ecommerce stores, or other apps. Content Delivery Networks (CDN) further improve global delivery and availability.
If you are using Picturepark Premium or Enterprise plans then the Media Optimisation features used for creating tailored embed links and/or converting media files are fully available. For Starter plans, only embeds based on static or dynamic formats can be used without applying dynamic conversion parameters for which the Image Optimisation Add-on can be purchased as an option.
The Fastly CDN Connector might be mandated for high-load use cases and a basic usage quota is already included in the corresponding Plans or Add-ons. Additional restrictions apply for media file conversions - please see the Subscription Plan FAQ for more information.
The media editor lets you dynamically make advanced transformations and image optimizations without changing the original. You can see the results instantly in the preview on the right. You can execute various modifications and validate your results by enabling or disabling them, also chaining everything together for multi-layered optimizations.
The following rendering actions are available:
Crop, resize, rotate, sharpen.
Alpha channel transparency (replace).
Conversion into JPG, PNG, or TIFF.
Rename the default filename for SEO purposes.
Editors can now save their settings defined in the Media Editor as content presets for later re-use for the same image.
Additionally, editors can create conversion preset templates in settings to make them available for any image, requiring the role permission to “manage conversion preset templates”.
The conversion preset template has no permission itself.
A conversion preset template requires:
Name: the name that appears in the Media editor
Description: for internal purposes, not shown anywhere
Template: the conversion string (with the option to add a placeholder for a focal point)
Output format: the source where the conversion settings are applied
When you select a content preset and add modifications you can save (overwrite) or save as new content preset.
Common conversion preset templates are in use for
Website hero or header images.
Product shots used in commerce stores.
Detail extracts from large-scale images.
Different social media channels.
Placeholders in sales presentations.
If you want to enable your users to create and update conversion presets, the role of the user must have “manage items” permissions on the layer “Image Analytics.”
Focal Point Editor
The focal point editor for images enables users to create, update or remove focal points, including those created by an AI provider such as Clarifai or Azure. Permitted users can either create single focal points or bounding boxes that surround an object such as a face.
Click on the image to create a focal point, and click and hold to create a bounding box.
Each focal point has:
Identifier: the short name of your focal point
Confidence level: a number between 0 and 1, whereas 1 is 100% confidence.
Optional reference: additional text which serves as a description.
The bounding box also had width and height fields.
All information will be saved into the Image Analytics Layer of the image.
Cropping around Focal Points
For every Content Item, you can create focal points in the Focal Point Editor or via cropping to focal points from within the Media Editor. Additionally, AI Tagging proposes focal points for available areas of interest within an image. Depending on the model you choose AI can also propose brand names, text, or demographics.
All focal points are saved to the layer “Image Analytics”, from which you can pick the ones to apply as a cropped onto your images in the Media Editor.
You can create (2) or select existing focal points (1) for cropping in the Media Editor.