DAM News Round-Up – 12th December 2022

A series of DAM related articles from around the web, sourced by the DAM News Editorial team.

November updates – All the trimmings

Networked media management solutions provider MediaGraph has announced a batch of improvements for their software.  Usability updates include custom branding colours, custom thumbnails for video and other file types, an ‘entity’ view that shows additional item information in the tag tree, the ability to add products to your taxonomy, and access notifications for events such as downloads and permissions.

Southpaw Technology releases its media library and archiving solution, TACTIC Atlas

Digital Asset Management software provider Southpaw Technology have just released a new addition to their product line-up, TACTIC Atlas – a cloud-based digital asset library and archiving platform.  One of the first clients using the new software is renowned American visual effects company Tippett Studio, responsible for its work on titles such as RoboCop, Jurassic Park, and Star Wars.  For more information, you can visit the product landing page.

Adobe Accepts AI-Generated Images, Indemnifies Buyers

In light of the recent wave of copyright concerns surrounding AI generated art by platforms such as DALL-E and Midjourney, the recent announcement by graphics giant Adobe that it will be accepting such submissions on its stock website could herald a new direction in an industry that has previously outlawed them.  Further to allowing AI imagery, Adobe has also announced that it will be indemnifying its customers’ use of such content by protecting buyers should any legal challenges arise.  The move sits nicely with their Content Authenticity Initiative, which aims to promote the adoption of an industry standard that allows tracking of digital content authorship and provenance.

Hyland releases latest content services product enhancements, including key updates for Alfresco and Nuxeo platforms

Digital content services provider Hyland have announced a number of updates to their Nuxeo DAM platform.  The first of these improvements is for their Compound Document V2 feature, a system that enables organisations to manage compound documents, including upload, preview, versioning, search, share and approval workflows.  Changes have also been made to how dependencies operate within Nuxeo, adding improved controls by “fine-tuning the multilayer development model to avoid unpredictable interactions“.

OnDAM Paris 2022 Aftermovie

This compilation video from last month’s OnDAM Paris conference presents soundbites, feedback and opinions from attendees at France’s first DAM-only event, hosted by Frédéric Sanuy of Activo Consulting.  Speakers included representatives from a diverse range of vendors, sectors and specialists, including Bynder, Wedia, Shutterstock, Renault,  IQ Equity and DAM News Editor Ralph Windsor.

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