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In this video I take a first look at the Media Manager in Joomla 4 - including some of the free ways you can extend it with DPMedia Manager from Digital Peak.



  • Video is titled "First Look at the Media Manager in Joomla 4 - 👀 Watch Me Work 138 - YouTube."
    - The video is hosted by Tim Davis on the Basic Joomla Tutorials YouTube channel.
    - Tim mentions that Joomla 4 has a new media manager.
    - Tim briefly talks about some basic features of the media manager.
    - He discusses the options available when you hover over an image in the media manager, including preview, download, rename, delete, share, and edit.
    - Tim mentions that renaming an image in the Joomla media manager can break it if it's referred to elsewhere on the site.
    - He talks about the option to share an image using a shareable link.
    - Tim demonstrates basic image editing functions like cropping, resizing, and rotating within the media manager.
    - He encounters an issue with the "reset" function when cropping images.
    - Tim also explores the options in the media manager's settings, such as maximum file size, file extensions, and mime types.
    - The video seems to have some technical difficulties related to browser settings during the demonstration.
    - Tim interacts with viewers and acknowledges some birthdays in the chat.

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