Screen Shot 2015-07-21 at 2.47.54 PMIn the Library area you can:

Eko Studio’s Library houses assets (video, images, and audio) used in your project. Assets need to be added for each new project; there is no master Library within Eko Studio, the only way to replicate assets is to create a copy of the project.
Each asset’s name appears next to a>n icon indicating the asset type and the number of times this file has been used in your project.

  • Trim Video: double clicking a video asset or clicking the trim icon will open the Trim feature, where you can trim segments from your video straight into your library.
  • Rename your asset by slowly double-clicking the asset’s name and overwriting its existing title.
  • Organize assets by folders
  • Preview the asset.


The best way to upload files to Eko Studio is by using the Interlude Uploader. You can upload files up to 30 minutes to Eko Studio without the Uploader. However, for a faster upload with no size limit, it’s best to use our simple, quick to install, free Interlude Uploader.

To import assets from your computer, you can either click the “Add” button to browse and select the files you want, or drag and drop the files into the Library’s drop zone.

You can add many of your assets to the Library at the same time, and Eko Studio will automatically process them by queue one at a time. Please note that assets have to be added to each new project; they can’t be saved in a master Library.


During the encoding process, you will see the progress bar of the uploading file informing you of the process status.

When an encoding process has failed a red exclamation mark icon will appear and an error message will pop-up. Possible causes of loading failure can be unsupported file format, corrupted file, a video longer than 30 minutes, or that the asset you were trying to upload was removed from the indicated location.