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Image Presets enable assets to dynamically deliver images at different sizes, in different formats, or with other image properties there are generated dynamically. You can choose a preset when you export images, which also reformats images to the specifications that your administrator has specified.

In addition, you can choose an image preset that is responsive (designated by the RESS button after you select it).

This section describes how to use image presets. Administrators can create and configure image presets.


Image presets must be published before they can be used unless you have Feature Pack 14410 installed. See Publishing Image Presets.

Users that have Feature Pack 14410 installed do not need to publish image presets as image presets are automatically published.


Smart imaging works with your existing image presets and uses intelligence at the last millisecond of delivery to further reduce image file size based on browser or network connection speed. See Smart Imaging for more information.

You can apply an image preset to an image anytime you preview it. To apply an image preset:

  1. Open the asset and in the left rail, click or tap the drop-down menu and click or tap Renditions.


    • Static renditions appear in the top half of the the pane. Dynamic renditions appear in the lower half. With dynamic renditions only, you can use the URL to display the image. The URL button only appears if you select a dynamic rendition. The RESS button only appears if you select a responsive image preset.
    • By default, the system shows 15 renditions when you select Renditions in an asset's detail view. You can increase this limit. See Increasing the number of image presets that display.

  2. Select a dynamic rendition to apply the image preset and to preview it, or to copy the URL from, or copy the embed responsive image code.


    If the asset and the image preset have not yet been published, the URL button (or URL and RESS buttons, if applicable) are not available.