We have several customers with more than 100k assets. Several are approaching 1M assets. When you have such an amount of assets, you need support to find what you seek.
The API provides a search endpoint that is text and image-based.
The following paragraphs illustrate the API behavior through the web application.
Let's take those two assets:
If you own these two images, employing a straightforward query such as
isometric will retrieve both assets.
Employing multiple words will function akin to a
isometric fountain ==
isometric AND fountain
To search for images related to either
palace you can simply insert the operator between the two words:
isometric OR palace
You can also employ the subsequent fields for conducting searches:
If you intend to search for tags, you can make use of the
tags field within the search field.
Furthermore, you can integrate and leverage all of these potential search methods.
Taking this a step further, you can assign varying degrees of importance to your fields to organize your search results. The default weights to consider include:
You have the ability to amplify the significance of your fields by multiplying them with a designated numerical value.
Expanding on the examples provided earlier, you can shape your query in the following manner:
prompt:robot^4 OR woman → Results matching to
prompt:robot will be displayed first in the results list.
prompt:robot OR woman^4 → Results matching to
woman will be displayed first in the results list.
You can also explore comparable images by using one or more
assetIds or one
base64 encoded image.
In the webapp you can drag and drop a file onto the designated area or directly into the search field.
Updated 3 months ago