A single image can be used in many ways; as a hero image on a landing page, or a featured image in a blog, or a product image in a store catalog. It might also be used in an email campaign or a social media post. Because there are so many reasons to reuse images, you need a way to optimize your images for use in different places.
In Acoustic Content, image profiles are used to store predefined sets of image dimensions for all the ways an image will be used. Here's how your team uses image profiles when working with Acoustic Content.
In collaboration with your site designer and developer, you can create the perfect image profile for each place an image is rendered.
Imagine your content composers are required to regularly launch new product lines. They need to display a product image in different media such as desktops, tablets, and smartphones. You might create the following rendition definitions in an image profile:
When you add an image element to a content type, you can select which image profile to associate with that element. So, if you're creating a content type for a page that includes a banner image, they choose a banner image profile they created previously.