The media library is where you can manage your images and video clips all in one place. With all your assets located in this library, you can easily find and reuse them in your videos.
You can upload a single media asset to a specific placeholder or you can upload multiple assets and have them ready for future use. An asset uploaded to a specific placeholder is also automatically saved in the media library.
The media library is located at the account level, meaning that all users with access to your account can access the media assets in the library.
● Supported image formats: PNG, JPG, and GIF
● Maximum file size: 10 MB
● Maximum file size: 80 MB
See Video Optimization for more details.
Uploading a Single Media Asset
Access the relevant video.
From the scene line-up, select the scene that you want to work on.
Hover over the media placeholder to see the blue borders and then click inside the placeholder.
In the right panel, click the checkered thumbnail.
The media library is opened.
The media asset is added to the library:
Select the asset and then click Use at the bottom right of the page.
The media asset is added to the scene:
Uploading Multiple Media Assets
Follow steps 1-4 for Uploading a Single Media Asset.
Upload your files using one of the following options:
All the media assets are added to the library. To use any of these assets in a video, access the relevant placeholder, select the asset from the media library, and then click Use.
A video asset with the following features will play optimally in a SundaySky video:
● 25 fps (frames per second)
● Maximum resolution of 1920 (width) by 1080 (height)
● H.264 video codec
If you upload a video asset that does not have one of the above features, it will be optimized automatically for both performance and quality (according to the above features). The optimization process does not change the video asset visually in any way.