Sharing and Embedding Media

The Media Sharing & Embed feature allows you to embed images and video into social media platforms and other third party websites. This tool allows you to use your platform to manage digital assets and seamlessly distribute content multiple times, across different channels. For each file you wish to embed, simply select the Share/Embed action next to each file. 

With the Social Media Sharing feature, you can embed an image into a post on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, and Pinterest. Not only will the image be posted, but the title and description of the image will also mirror how the file is stored within IntelligenceBank. 

The Media Embed feature generates an iFrame embed code, and determines the size of the image to embed in other websites.  


How Do I Turn On Media Sharing and Embed?
This feature must be enabled on a folder by folder basis, as it provides the opportunity to share images publicly. If this feature is not enabled in your platform and you would like it to be, please contact and we will enable it for you.
What is maximum file size I can use for Share and Embed?
Our allocated maximum file size for sharing and embedding is 5MB.
What are the associated Costs for Media Sharing and Embed?
The Media Embed feature is complimentary to you, and each month, you will receive up to 10GB per month of free, embedded media downloads. If you need more download allocation, it can be purchased at $.50 per GB per month. For clients who purchase online, this can automatically be billed to you as you use the platform. For clients who purchase directly (i.e. via an invoice and not a credit card), embedded media download allocations will need to be pre-purchased.
How is Media Sharing and Embed Bandwidth Calculated?
If an image or video is embedded into a social media or third party website, each time the page loads, the file is essentially 'downloaded'. Usually, once a user views it - it is downloaded 1 time only as the image is cached in the browser. To keep costs under control, we recommend using small image and video sizes when using this feature.  In the Admin section - you can see your embedded media download usage. You can pause or stop this feature at any time.
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