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Version Cue Integration And The Implications For Organisations Upgrading To CS5

by Naresh Sarwan on September 10, 2010

Theresa Regli writing on the RealStory blog recommends users consider carefully whether it is advisable to upgrade immediately to Adobe CS5 suite due to support for Version Cue being removed.  Version Cue enables DAM systems that integrate with CS range products to communicate bi-directionally, so users could amend a file in PhotoShop (for example) and their changes would be reflected in the DAM also:

Enterprise and mid-market DAM vendors have heavily depended on Version Cue and Bridge in a very different way — they’ve integrated their own systems with them, allowing users to access, modify, and check in DAM-system-managed assets from within the Creative Suite. Just about every one of the DAM vendors we cover in our research has historically offered this functionality, so that creative users could happily never have to separately log on to a DAM via a web browser or other desktop app if they didn’t want to. They could even upload comments and change metadata from within a Creative Suite application.” [Read More]

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