Adding a Stock Image to a Scene

When you create your video in the SundaySky platform, you have access to millions of high-quality images from the Getty libraries. The images, spanning a wide range of topics, can be added to any media placeholder in a scene.

Note:

As the images from the Getty libraries do not have a transparent background, we recommend that you use them only in media placeholders and not in icon placeholders.


To add a media asset:

1.

Access the relevant video.

2.

From the scene line-up, select the scene that you want to work on.

3.

Hover over the media placeholder to see the blue borders and then click inside the placeholder.

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4.

In the right panel, click the checkered thumbnail.
▶ If you are replacing an asset, a thumbnail of the current media asset is displayed.

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5.

In the media library, click Stock images.

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6.

After you review the Getty terms, mark the checkbox and then click Accept.
▶ You will be able to access the Getty libraries only after you accept the terms and conditions.
▶ Once you have accepted the terms and conditions for either the images or videos, this message will no longer be displayed.

 

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7.

In the search bar, type what you are searching for and then press ENTER.

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  Tips for Searching

1.

You can search for a specific phrase.
▶ For example: searching for library children retrieves images of children in a library.

2.

If you want only illustrations, include the word illustration in your search query.

3.

Include vertical in your search query if you are searching for images with a vertical orientation and horizontal for images with a horizontal orientation.  

8.

When you find the desired image, select the image and then click Use at the bottom of the page.
▶ You can also double-click the image.

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The image is added to the placeholder.

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