- Sharing collections by email with the option to open in a browser or the Elvis desktop client.
- Direct upload of assets by photographers to pre-defined collections.
- Simplified taxonomy management.
- Support for WoodWing’s Enterprise 8 multi-channel publishing system.
And the obligatory quote from the WoodWing President, Erik Schut, is as follows:
“We’re confident Elvis DAM users will greatly benefit from the new features in this release,” said Erik Schut, President of WoodWing Software. “In October 2012, we promised to speed up the development of Elvis DAM and this is the first proof we are delivering. Our next Elvis DAM release will contain a much deeper integration with our publishing system Enterprise 8 and Content Station, along with a number of other cool new features.” [Read More]
This doesn’t strike me as that much of a major update. The two key points are the support for WoodWing’s Enterprise 8 and the fact that this is the first release under their ownership. This suggests more of a reassurance ‘business as usual’ play rather than anything significant in terms of the product, however, some end users might be eager to obtain these features, so we will defer judgement.