Get full control over your files from the cloud, control the privacy settings, and decide who can save or download your files,and do this through your media library
Improve site speed
Offload heavy media work (transcoding, streaming etc.)
Backup your library automatically
Reduce server storage space
One of the biggest advantages of the WP Offload Media solution is the possibility of reducing server storage space. Once you offload your files to the Publitio Media Assets Management system, you can remove the files from the server and free up storage space.
Keep in mind that image and video quality for offloaded files is set up by default. You can choose different values. For example, each offloaded video is transcoded to 480p format, while you can choose from the following video quality formats: 360p, 480p, 720p and 1080p. Of course, the larger the format, the larger the video size, and it will take more time to transcode it.
Last but not least. With the Sync Now option, the plugin will automatically upload media from posts during editing and rendering. By clicking this button, you can sync the entire media library. However, keep in mind that large media libraries can take time to upload to Publitio, so be patient.
Delivering media and site assets from Publitio and not your server results with a faster page load. That’s because Publitio CDN will deliver assets from the nearest location and not the location of your server.
A faster page load also means better user-experience and potentially higher rankings on the Google SERP, since the website speed is one of the most important SEO ranking factors.
Download Publitio WP offload media plugin directly or install it from the Plugins page of your WP Dashboard. Don’t forget to activate the plugin once it’s installed.
For WP Offload Media Integration and to offload WordPress images, videos and more, you have to set up the plugin by entering Publitio API Key & API Secret. Then you’ll be able to customize the plugin’s settings.
There are different Publitio WP offload media features and options. You can allow visitors of your website to save or download media files from your website. Not all the files have to be offloaded, you get to choose which ones you want to offload from WordPress Media Library to Publitio.
For better structure and organization, you can also set your upload folder for offloaded files. By default, they are uploaded to the /root folder of your Publitio account. Besides, all offloaded media files are served via Publitio URLs. If you are on a paid Publitio plan, you can set custom CNAMEs
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