πŸ–ΌοΈImage support

You can upload images associated with your NFT project.

The current supported formats include ".jpg, .png, .gif, .webp". While you can upload other image formats, we cannot guarantee they won't cause issues. Click on the designated area to upload media files. You can also drag files onto this area.

Mixing various types of media in a collection, such as images and videos, is not allowed.

Uploading image files, like JPEGs or PNGs, to the Artwork section of your NFT project is a straightforward process. Depending on the project type, you can add multiple images or just one:

  • "Editions" collection: You will only be allowed to upload one image. Once uploaded, you will see the image displayed in the upload area:

If you want to change de image, you have to drag a image file over the existing one. Alternatively, you can hover the mouse over it, and then you will see a "Change media" button. Click on it and select the file that replaces the selected one:

  • "Drops" collection: If you are creating this type of collection, you will be allowed to add as many images as you need without "any limit". Click on the "Add tokens media" area or drag files over it. Once completed, you will see the number of uploaded images and the thumbnails of the first three images below:

If you need to remove all media files, you can click on the "Remove All media" option:

On the other hand you can remove only selected files by clicking on the "Edit Tokens Media" option and selecting which ones you want to remove by clicking on the "DELETE" option:

Finally, when you finish deploying the collection, you will see all uploaded image files converted to NFTs on the Minting page.

Once you've uploaded the file/s, you will be able to set image metadata. You can learn how to use this tool here.

Be careful with image sizes because some marketplaces donΒ΄t show NFTs images larger than a defined size. Check to ensure that your NFTs displays properly.

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