Apple Aperture, like Phase One Capture One Pro and Adobe Lightroom are image editors with a DAM (Digital Asset Management) component integrated into the application. You use them for photographic work, but with a bit of imagination these apps — and Aperture especially — are excellent desktop DAM systems for managing screenshots and illustrative images you use on a website, iOS/Android app or any online publication that illustrate their content with images.
Remember the review of Filecamp I did a short while ago? If you don’t, here the link: Filecamp DAM SaaS system: an overview. Filecamp has been updated with metadata capabilities only recently. The company’s customer base has also expanded with some impressive names. All reason enough for me to create a quick rundown of its features.
Filecamp is a SaaS (Software as a Service) based Digital Asset Management (DAM) solution developed by a small European company. It’s simple and extremely easy to use, but still manages to deliver some advanced functionality like branding, versioning and user/folder based access protection. Filecamp fits the needs of small workgroups, advertising agencies, marketing departments, as well as large companies.
Picturepark, the Swiss DAM company, has just released its long awaited version 8.4. The new version supports asset classes, controlled vocabularies, custom icons for categories, a widget dashboard and more robust permission based capabilities. In a YouTube presentation the Picturepark rep shows how the new asset classes differ from categories. The first are hierarchical, have […]
ADAM Software has partnered with Brightcove to provide an integrated solution to combine DAM video storage and video content services in the cloud. ADAM is about to release its DAM-based Video Manager solution in early 2013. This solution will allow users to integrate and manage all video related assets, including metadata, subtitling and audio files, while providing sophisticated file recognition facilities to quickly access the correct file.