Find and edit your assets

You can find a full list of your assets on the Assets page of Studio Content Manager.

Search and filter assets

Search your assets

In Studio Content Manager, use the search bar on top of the page to find and open assets. You can search by keyword or asset ID.

Filter your assets

  1. Sign in to Studio Content Manager.
  2. From the left menu, click Assets.
  3. Click the filter bar  and choose a filter. You can choose more than one filter to refine your search. Filters include:
    • Active references
    • Asset ID
    • Asset labels
    • Asset type
    • Claims
    • Custom ID
    • EIDR
    • GRID
    • Inactive references
    • ISAN
    • ISRC
    • ISWC
    • Keyword
    • Relationships
    • UPC
  4. Enter the value to filter by and click APPLY.
  5. To remove a filter, click Remove .

Your Assets page is automatically filtered to your assets. Click the Showing filter at the top of the page to switch to viewing assets you don’t own (Not my assets) or All assets. To view assets you don’t own, you must use at least one other filter.

Use asset labels

Asset labels let you organize your assets into custom categories. You can search for assets by their label, update all assets with a particular label, or use labels to organize your asset library. Learn more about creating and using asset labels.

Edit your assets

  1. Sign in to Studio Content Manager.
  2. From the left menu, click Assets.
  3. To open an asset, click an asset title.
  4. From the left menu, select the type of info you want to edit:
    • Stay on the Metadata page to update details like title or asset label.
    • Click Ownership & policy to update your ownership or change the match policy. Learn more.
  5. To save your changes, click SAVE.

For info on making bulk edits, go to Make bulk edits to assets.

Asset pages

In Studio Content Manager, you can find the following pages in the left menu when editing an asset:

  • Metadata: Info about an asset, such as its title, ID, type, artist, provider, and date added. Depending on your ownership, you might not have permission  to edit certain metadata.
  • Issues: List of issues related to your asset that require action, such as ownership conflicts.
  • Ownership & Policy: Ownership info for an asset and the match policy for claimed videos. Use this page to find and message asset owners by clicking the email icon .
  • References: The active references that Content ID uses to match and claim YouTube videos.
  • Analytics: Performance and revenue data on the content claimed by the asset.
  • Claimed videos: List of videos claimed by the asset.
  • Related Assets: Music assets will have other tabs indicating embedding relationships. For example, a Sound Recording asset will have a Composition section with a list of Composition Shares.
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