Roles

These are the roles that are needed:

  • Search - all (anything that mentions search!)
  • Can create assets
  • Can write assets
  • Can read assets
  • Can read asset subtitles
  • Can read assets history
  • Can write asset relations
  • Can read asset relations
  • Can delete asset relations
  • Can write versions
  • Can delete versions
  • Can write approval request (if required)
  • Can read approval request
  • Can delete approval request (if required)
  • Can read subscriptions
  • Can read collections
  • Can write collections
  • Can read metadata views
  • Can read metadata values
  • Can write metadata values
  • Can read metadata fields
  • Can write metadata fields
  • Can read metadata categories
  • Can read segments
  • Can read custom actions
  • Can write keyframes
  • Can create transcode jobs
  • Can write formats
  • Can create formats
  • Can read formats
  • Can write files
  • Can read files
  • Can read proxies
  • Can read transfers
  • Can read storages
  • Can reindex assets
  • Can create asset relations
  • Web can view versions
  • Web can upload
  • Can read notifications
  • Can read notification settings

Uploading using the iconik Panel

You can use the panel to upload your current document to iconik to archive, share and distribute assets.

What is uploaded

In the following applications it will upload the current document:

  • Adobe Audition
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Photoshop

These applications will cause a render of the current sequence or composition

  • Adobe After Effects
  • Adobe Premiere Pro

How to upload

With the panel open, and having logged in:

  1. Navigate to the iconik search page.
  2. Click on the gearbox menu.
  3. Click upload.

Uploading into a Collection

It is possible to upload your current document into a collection.

With the panel open, and having logged in:

  1. Navigate to the iconik search page.
  2. Open the Collections from the side bar.
  3. Navigate to the collection that you wish to upload into
  4. Click on the gearbox menu.
  5. Click upload.

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