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Upload & store images in RapNet's Diamond Media Library

Format & upload diamond images or image links to the Media Library. Upload one by one, multiple images or use a CSV file for image links

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Written by Philippa Corrick
Updated over a week ago

You can upload images to RapNet’s Diamond Media Library using one of these methods:

  • One by one

  • Zip folder

  • CSV file with image links suffixed in png or jpg.

  • FTP

Once your images are in the media library, they will auto-connect to diamonds if the image filename matches the stock or certificate numbers.

If you have multiple images for one diamond or the image filenames do not match stock or certificate numbers, you can manually match images to uploaded diamonds via the media library or the diamond's item page. Scroll to the bottom of this page for relevant articles.

Read on to find out how, or jump to a section with these links:

Important Note:
We recommend reading our Diamond Media Guidelines before uploading diamond media.

Once your images are uploaded to the media library, you can easily connect them to your diamonds. Click here to read more.

Upload image files one by one or in a zip file

Watch this video or continue reading below.

  1. Go to RapNet's Media Library > Upload New Media.

  2. Drag & Drop or Browse a single image or zip folder with images:

    • Images filenames matching the stock/cert number will auto-connect to the diamonds.

Upload CSV file with image links

  • Quick upload HTTPS diamond image links ending in JPG or PNG to your Media Library. They save as images.

  • The image automatically connects to the diamond if the link URL matches your diamond stock or certificate number. Otherwise, go to your media library and connect the diamond image manually.

  1. Prepare a CSV file with one single column for the links, no column header required.

  2. RapNet's Media Library > Upload New Media > Upload CSV with Image Links.

  3. Drag & Drop or Browse your CSV File > RapNet processes your file.

  4. RapNet emails you a report with the status of each uploaded link.


FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a safe way of transferring image files from your computer directly to another computer.

Using RapNet’s FTP, you can easily upload diamond images to your RapNet Media Library.

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