As an administrator, you can control how your teammates work with assets and content in your Acoustic content hub. You can set the upload size for asset files, approve the type of files that can be uploaded and restrict others, and enable additional resources such as Shutterstock for images. This makes sure that all your team members are using the content and assets that conform to your company's requirements.
Set maximum upload size
You can set the maximum file size limit for uploading to your content hub. This will help regulate the amount of data that is added to your hub. You can set this limit to 250 MB or lower.
You can choose to apply this size limit to all asset types, which means if your maximum file size for you org is set at 200MB and is applied to all asset types, you can upload any of the asset type image, video, or files up to 200MB individually or a cumulative total.
You can also set different limits for images, videos, audio, and files. For example, limit images to 50 MB and split the other 150 MB of your total content org maximum size limit to the other asset types.
For marketing team images and videos are a big part of their marketing content. We make sure you have all the options you need to have the best images and videos you need. As part of that, you can access watermarked previews of Shutterstock's archive of over 200 million creative assets, including images, videos, and music. Composers can access and preview these assets from the asset palette as they create content items. You can configure your hub to either show or hide Shutterstock assets from the asset palette.
Create a list of whitelisted file types
Whitelisting file types is an optional layer of security you can add to your Acoustic content hub.
Whitelisting files is a best practice to protect your content from unwanted and insecure files in your hub. Start by creating the list of whitelisted file types, from Settings > Administration > Assets view.
By creating a whitelist for files types that can be uploaded to your hub, you are only allowing administrator approved file types to be added. This applies to all files uploaded, whether they are directly added to the org or uploaded through the APIs.
File types that are not on your list are blocked. For example, The list you created here specifies only jpeg, pdf, and MPEG files. One of your team members uploads a .exe file. Since the .exe file extension is not included in the whitelisted file types, the upload fails.