Brightspot Integrations Guide

Getty Images

The Getty Images integration provides access to an enormous library of images. When you identify an image to use, you import it into Brightspot and then add it to assets such as articles and galleries.

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Getty image viewed in Brightspot

This section describes how to configure the integration in Brightspot, and how to perform an integrated search.

The integration requires a Getty Images account. See

Including Getty Images in a Brightspot build

The following table lists the dependencies to include in your build configuration.

com.psddev:gettyExposes the external type GettyImage and fields in Edit Site to configure and run integrated search with Getty Images.

Runtime prerequisites

  • Developer configuration—Extend ExternalItemConverter to import the GettyImage as a Brightspot Image.
  • Ops configuration—Generate an API key and secret; you may need to contact your Getty Images representative for assistance.
  • CMS configuration—Configure the site interfacing with Getty Images. For details, see Configuring the Getty Images integration.

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