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Dynamic Media helps you manage assets by delivering rich visual merchandising and marketing assets on demand, automatically scaled for consumption on web, mobile, and social sites. Using a set of master assets, Dynamic Media generates and delivers multiple variations of rich content in real time through its global, scalable, performance-optimized network.

To understand the differences between using Dynamic Media and integrating Scene7 with AEM, see Scene7/AEM integration versus Dynamic Media.

Generally, Scene7 integration makes sense only if you already have assets in Scene7. Otherwise, you would use Dynamic Media. Dynamic Media is disabled by default. 


This documentation describes Dynamic Media capabilites, which are integrated directly into AEM. If you are using Scene7 integrated into AEM, see Scene7 integration documentation

See Dual Use Scenario for times when you may want to use AEM integrated with Scene7 along with dynamic media.

If you are administering dynamic media, the following topics are of interest:

See also the following topics:


If upgrading:

  • After you have AEM up and running, any asset you upload has dynamic media automatically enabled (unless it was explicitly disabled by your system administrator). If you are on an upgraded instance of AEM, you may need to re-process your assets to make them dynamic media-enabled.