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The Media Library page in Content Hub hosts a collection of assets that have been delivered and are now part of the long term archive for your production. Additionally, you will be able to deliver your Locked Cut via the Media Library page, instructions can be found here.  This article will walk you through how to navigate the Media Library page. 

When accessing the Media Library page, please note that the page will default to dark mode and you will want to ensure that you have the latest version of Aspera Connect installed for any download or upload activity. 

Groups and Categories

The Media Library page is divided into four groups and then categories to help you easily find the assets you are looking for. The four groups are: 

  • Review 
  • Footage
  • Visual Effects 
  • Library

Categories will vary depending on the category you are looking at. 

  • Review
    • Cuts
    • Localization
  • Footage
    • Shots
    • Camera Roll
    • Sound Roll
    • Look & Interchange Files
    • Clips
  • Visual Effects
    • VFX Shots
    • VFX Media Review
    • VFX plates
  • Library
    • Picture Mastering 
    • Internal Servicing Master
    • Sound Mastering 
    • Editorial Library
    • Visual Effects
    • Music
    • Source Materials
    • Screening Master

You will see all groups and Categories listed under their groups in the left hand side panel of the Media Library page.


Figure A

The current Category you have selected will be highlighted and all assets available in that Category will be visible to the right (depending on your permissions to the project).


Figure B

To the right of each Category, you will also see the number of assets that have been delivered and are part of the long term archive.


Figure C

You can collapse the left hand side panel by selecting the arrow icon in the bottom off the left hand side panel. 


Figure D

To Expand the left hand panel, select the arrow icon again from the collapse side panel. 


Figure E


When looking at the assets located in the Categories you can view them in either a Grid (Figure F) view or List (Figure G) view. Grid view will be the default but once you change the view, your most recently chosen view will persist. To switch between Grid or List views, select the icon located of your preferred view located in the right left corner.


Figure F


Figure G

In List view you will see additional metadata about the files you are looking at. The metadata includes: 

  • Caret Icon (click to reveal files)
  • Type (shows on hover)
  • Thumbnail (enlarges on hover)
  • Release Status
  • Version 
  • Created By 
  • Episode Details (for Episodic Content)
  • Date Created
  • Actions 
    • View Details
    • Release
    • Share
    • Download


Figure H

You can scroll right to see more metadata.


Figure I



When looking at the assets located in the Categories, you can filter down to the assets that you are specifically looking for. The search bar is located above the assets and all filters are additive.


Figure J

To add a filter, select the + sign in the search bar. 


Figure K

Select the filter you wish to use, this list is dynamic based on the Category you are looking at (highlighted in the left hand side panel).


Figure L

From the drop down, select the filter by checking the box next to the text. You can choose multiple filters.


Figure M

Press the Tab button on your keyboard to enable the filter and your assets will filter and you will be prompted to choose another filter. If you are done selecting filters, click somewhere outside of the prompt to close it.


Figure N

To remove all applied filters, select Reset to the right of the search bar.


Figure O

To remove a single filter select the X next to that filter. If you applied multiple filters within a filter category, they will be removed as a group. 


Figure P

Quick Sorting

When in List view, you have the option to quickly sort the assets in your view in addition to filtering. To do so, just click on any of the column headers and your assets will automatically sort. 

Here you can see the Episode column being sorted in descending order - indicated by the up arrow icon. 


Figure Q

If you click the the Episode column header again, now the column us being sorted in ascending order - indicated by the down arrow icon. .


Figure R

Click once more to clear sorting on the column entirely. 


Figure S

Advanced Sorting

In both the Grid view and the List view, you can also apply Multiple sorts for more with the sort table. This table allows more advanced controls over the sorting of the columns in your view, including the ability to set a sort order.

To access the sort table in Grid view, click on Multiple to open up the sort order table.


Figure T

This will open the sort order table, which will show the default sort order. You can restore to this default order at any time by selecting Reset.


Figure U

To access the sort table in List view, click on Multiple.


Figure V

This will open the sort order table, which will be set the default sort order. 


Figure W

Note: The sort order table functions exactly the same sorting your view whether you are in Grid view or List view.

You can make changes to the default sort order in various ways. For example, you can change the order of a field by ascending or descending. 


Figure X

You can change one of the fields in its existing position in the sort order by clicking into one of the field to reveal the dropdown of field options. 


Figure Y

You can also add a field to your sort order by selecting +Add Field.


Figure Z

Once you have added all available fields, the +Add Field button will be greyed out.


Figure AA

You can always clear and reset this order back to the default at any time by selecting Reset.


Figure BB

Once you have chosen your sort order with the table, select Apply to apply your changes. In this case, the sort table is set to sort by Name / Episode first, then Asset Type, and lastly by Created By.


Figure CC

Sort order priority is set from the top down in the table. When you sort order is set, the column headers will be numbered as a more visible and clear indication of how assets in your view are sorted and in what order. The column headers correspond to the order of priority that has been set in the table (1 is first and so on). 

Here are numbered column headers in List view (but it appears the same when in Grid view) that corresponds to how the sort table is set in Figure CC:

(Note: Created by is present when scrolling right.)


Figure DD



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