Digital Asset Management made easy

Web Content Management System - Media Storage and Reuse


‌The media library is an important part of the web content management system's content reuse functionality. It enables you to have a central library of reusable assets, such as images, logos, stock photography, photos, videos, sound files, Microsoft Office Documents, PDF documents and chunks of text, that can be reused by your users, based on their rights and roles. This digital asset management functionality ensures that content isn't duplicated and consistency is maintained throughout your websites, as if a media item is modified in the library, the modifications will be made throughout the site. 

With TERMINALFOUR Site Manager's media library functionality you can:

  • Create and modify media categories
  • Move existing media to different categories
  • Quickly search, find and filter existing media
  • Assign fine grain user read/editing rights to the categories within the media library
  • Add any form of content to the Media Library
  • Access the library via the browser interface or as a mapped network drive through WebDav
  • Bulk import large volumes of existing
  • Preview items
  • Repurpose digital assets in different formats depending on the output
  • Reuse content from other systems including Sharepoint and other document management systems
  • Centrally assign accessibility descriptions such as ALT and LONGDESC tags
  • Updating an asset centrally will automatically update every occurrence of the asset
  • Manipulate images including cropping and resizing
  • Have multiple variations of a single asset

Resizing, Cropping & Creating Variations of an Image

Editing your images couldn’t be easier with TERMINALFOUR Site Manager. Simply select an image from the Media Library and select Add Variant. TERMINALFOUR Site Manager’s Media Library allows you to crop and resize images in seconds.

Other notable points are that all images can be presented with automated thumbnails in the library, ALT tagging for accessibility can be enforced, and when used, images can be manipulated, resized and stretched directly within the “WYSIWYG” editing environments.