Asset Manager

Learn more about Nosto's Asset Manager

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Written by Lari Lehtonen
Updated over a week ago

The Nosto Asset Manager empowers you to centralize all your creatives in one place to build Onsite Content Personalization campaigns.

How to start uploading assets? 

In the Nosto Admin Panel, you can access the Asset Manager under Tools:

When you click + Upload Assets, you can drag & drop one or multiple assets at the same time in the upload modal section.

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Once assets are uploaded, you can see them in the Asset listing view, select them, preview them, copy their URLs or delete them.

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What format can I upload using the Asset Manager?

Nosto supports raster formats and video formats. 

Creatives in the following raster formats can be uploaded:

  • jpg

  • jpeg

  • png

  • gif

  • svg

  • webp

Creatives in the following media formats can be uploaded:

  • mov

  • mp4

  • 3gp

  • adts

  • flac

  • mpeg/mpeg-2

  • ogg

  • WebM

The maximum size per file is 25MB.

If you do have special needs for hosting files, please do not hesitate to contact Nosto Support.

How to enrich the existing library of assets? 

You can keep adding assets, following the same steps as when you first start adding assets to the library. There is no limitation in the number of assets that can be uploaded using your Asset Manager. 

How fast can Nosto deliver assets?

Nosto delivers content over HTTP/2 using Amazon Cloudfront services. 

Amazon CloudFront is a fast Content Delivery Network (CDN) service that securely delivers data to customers globally with low latency, high transfer speeds. Using CloudFront as CDN means that visitors getting served by Nosto's content connect to the edge location nearest to them. This decreases the latency as in most cases we’re able to serve the content directly from the edge server and it also decreases the time spent on SSL negotiation as round-trip times to edge locations are shorter. So in practise, a visitor in Sweden would automatically connect to a edge location in Stockholm that would handle the request. 

The Amazon CloudFront Global Edge Network

To deliver content to end users with lower latency, Amazon CloudFront uses a global network of 166 Points of Presence (155 Edge Locations and 11 Regional Edge Caches) in 65 cities across 29 countries. Amazon CloudFront Edge locations are located in:

Read more about Amazon CloudFront here.

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