The Media Asset Management System supports the connection of a DVD Robot. With the aid of a robot it is possible for the user to order selected assets provided on DVD. If the user chooses this option, the robot burns the appropriate DVD(s) and prints a pre-defined label on the DVD.
In Media Asset Management systems, security plays a special role. Files that are uploaded via the system can be checked for viruses and other corrupted contents as required.
During the development of the software the technologies used are constantly monitored. This happens as a part of our efforts to control costs and focus on the future capabilities of the software.
The technologies used are optimum providing both a simple and intuitive use of the interface and also for integration in processing workflows. Learn more about media database interfaces »
With the aid of archiving you can transfer large original files and some predetermined derivates to an archive that might be found outside the database, for example on a DVD or tape. The previews and metadata of these assets remain on the system. In addition you can use the system to identify the archive where they are stored, and retrieve them.
The Media Asset Management system is already one step ahead. You can decide the appearance and contents of individual search functions individually by user group. You can decide in which fields the user is permitted to search and how the search will be presented (e.g. as text input, checkbox group, drop-down menu and many more).
The innovative search technology uses the incredibly fast “Live Filter” that, in milliseconds, can filter the search results even further. A sophisticated cache system ensures that previously loaded assets are only reloaded if they have been modified on the server by another person in the meantime.
The Digital Asset Management System allows structured planning of the metadata both internally and as XMP blocks in the files.
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Unlike conventional systems, there is a central planning tool with which the overall structure of the metadata can be managed. For different user groups it is possible to define metadata profiles for the various detail views and functions. In this way each user can see exactly the data they need to – without unnecessary ballast.
The 4All-Portal App integrates seamlessly into the Apple concept. Fully integrated on any iPhone or iPad the user benefits from the intuitive user interfaces of the MAM app. Searches can be completed as fast as always. The results can be searched with the touch of a finger in typical Apple fashion. Individual assets can be called up, zoomed and leafed through. From a detailed view of the metadata up to downloading onto the iPad or iPhone: With the MAM app each user has their data under control – even while on the go.