Digital Media Hub
Veritone’s AI-infused digital asset management (DAM) solution allows you to quickly access, search, manage, share, and monetize your valuable content including videos, still images, audio, and other ancillary files.
DIGITAL MEDIA HUB
Veriverse, a prolftio of metaverse-ready solutions, offers a path forward in both traditional media channels and immersive environments to securely create and activate synthetic media, protect and manage identity and assets, maintain brand continuity across channels and safely create and sell NFTs.
Veritone licensing services enables content rights holders to manage, monetize and amplify image, video, and audio assets by leveraging Veritone’s Enterprise AI technology.
Leverage our proven Enterprise AI platform to build apps faster, accelerate AI adoption throughout the organization, and launch new revenue streams and business lines.
Tip: How to save time when creating a tab module from scratch.
Create one tab that has the images, text format, animations, and interactions you want the other tabs in the module to have. Copy and paste the tab and change the names of the pasted tab folders in the layers panel. You can then change the text and images in each tab. This is more efficient than making each tab from scratch.
Round the corners on images and rectangles.
To do this, select an image or rectangle and change the value under "Corner Radius" in the Design tab in the Inspector Panel.
Create digestible content and save screen real-estate by condensing lengthy content into categories that can be viewed on separate tabs.
Template - Horizontal Tab Module
1280px x 720px
Turn flat objects into multidimensional, dynamic content by adding a drop shadow.
To apply a drop shadow, select the shape or image and add a shadow in the design panel. Experiment with the shadow color, blurriness, and position in relation to the asset.
To replace an image, select the png or jpeg on the canvas or in the layers panel and click the "Replace image" button, which is next to the image thumbnail in the design panel. Any applied animation to the original image will carry over to the new one.
Tip: Try to make the new image a similar size and dimension to the image being replaced.