You can view your Image Sets in the Preview window, using your available presets. You use a Zoom Viewer: Custom Viewer Preset for Image Sets.
Adobe Dynamic Media Classic comes with default Viewer Presets. Administrators can create or modify the Viewer Presets.
You can create and customize Viewer Presets to suit your needs.
On the Global Navigation bar, go to Setup > Viewer Presets.
Create or edit a Viewer preset on the Viewer Presets page by doing one of the following:
Create - Select Add. In the Add Viewer Preset dialog box, in the Viewer drop-down list, choose Zoom Viewer, and then select Add. You can also create a Zoom Viewer preset by starting from an existing one. Display the name of the preset, select it, and then select Edit. On the Configure Viewer page, enter a new name for the preset.
Edit - Display the name of a preset, select it, then select Edit.
On the Configure Viewer page, in the Preset Name text field, type a name for the Swatch Set Viewer preset.
Choose options in the Configure Viewer page.
To see a description of an option, select the Info Tip icon to the right of the option.
The Preview page displays the viewer as you update and change settings.
Click Save or Save As.
You can use Preview to see how an asset appears on particular viewer type such as HTML5. Depending on the asset type and associated viewer that you have selected to preview, not all platforms are available in Preview.
In the Asset Library panel on the left side, in the Show drop-down list, choose Image Set.
In the Asset Library panel on the left side, navigate the asset folders to select the Image Set that you want to preview.
Do any one of the following
(Optional) In the Preview window, in the drop-down list at the bottom, select the URL encoding that you want applied to the asset’s URL when it is copied.
To preview the asset in the selected viewer, select a viewer link.
When you select a given viewer link, its associated URL is automatically copied to the clipboard.
To return to the Preview page, close the displayed viewer.
Click Close to return to the Assets page.