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Export Asset Metadata to CSV

Uploading assets to the Asset Library and purposing them for content in Opal is a great way to have all of your assets in one place that is accessible for use in the creative process. Sometimes you may need to see a more holistic, data-driven view of your assets. To accomplish this, we suggest exporting your assets to a CSV.

Anatomy of an Asset Metadata CSV

For every Asset CSV, each row represents an individual asset and each column represents a specific piece of metadata that may or may not be included on that asset. Below are all columns that will be exported in every CSV.

  • Asset ID
  • File Name
  • Asset Title
  • Asset Uploaded Date
  • Asset Uploader (Uploading user)
  • Asset Source (if uploaded through another platform)
  • Asset Description
  • Asset Tags
  • Asset Link
  • Asset Type
  • Format
  • Dimension
  • Size
  • License Availability
  • License Type
  • Availability Start Date
  • Availability End Date
  • Content Count
  • Content Association ID's
  • Content Association URLs
  • Story Count
  • Story Association ID's
  • Story Association URLs
  • Moment Count
  • Labels

Building an Asset Metadata CSV Export

  1. Navigate to the Asset Library.
  2. From the top right-hand corner, select the “Export CSV”.
  3. Give your export a name.
  4. Customize the CSV template to include all content or a specific content subset using the provided filters.
  5. Click “Export”.
  6. You will receive both an email and Personal Panel notification with a link to download your export when the export is available.
Note: There is no maximum row count for each CSV export.

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