Extensis Portfolio Server 11.2.1 Studio Edition (Mac OS X) | 460MB
Dramatically change your organizational efficiency with a simple digital asset management solution. Portfolio Server™ saves the average user 2.5 hours a week by centralizing—and then visualizing— extensive libraries for quick search and sharing. Using Portfolio Server means no more time wasted searching the network, browsing folders, consulting coworkers, and loading discs.
This is DAM done right.
DAM doesn’t have to be painful. You’ll have Portfolio Server set up within a matter of days – not weeks or months (or even years!) - and you’ll start seeing time-savings almost immediately. Avoid hours of tagging and data entry work using Portfolio Server’s automatic metadata capabilities. Add files to Portfolio Server simply by placing them into a folder, or have Portfolio watch an existing folder.
Find Files Fast
An asset is hardly an asset if you can’t locate it. Portfolio Server includes web-based and desktop client applications that make finding your files a snap. Find rich media files quickly and efficiently by searching a single location that immediately provides visual results. Preview images and play video files without downloading or opening another application—no additional desktop software required.
Cloud or In-House
Portfolio gives you the flexibility to install on-premise or in the cloud. On-premise lets you leverage your existing hardware for use with Portfolio. Going with the cloud is a great option to easily expand reach/access and reduce or eliminate your IT infrastructure needs.
Drag and Drop into Any Application
Drag and drop files from the Desktop Client into Mac® or Windows® applications or layouts, and quickly edit “live” files directly from the file server.
Track Rights Management and Important File Details
Use the included standards-based fields or easily create your own custom metadata fields to track information about or relating to your assets. Manage keywords, descriptions, and other metadata in batch, or item by item, to enable future location and use of assets. Some examples of custom metadata include:
Product information or SKUs
Usage information, such as license restrictions
Copyright and credit info
Customer or client names associated with an asset