Digital Asset Management Systems


  • Daminion

    Freemium Windows Website

    Server-based photo management software from Daminion Software. Single- and multi-user for small teams and creative professionals.

    The free version allows to handle 15.000 photos per catalogue and one concurrent user. License model is yearly subscription!

     

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  • Razuna

    Commercial Mac OS X Windows Linux Web Website

    Razuna is an open source Digital Asset Management system. It features version management, collaboration, powerful search, and secure storage and retrieval. NB: Razuna requires a server with Tomcat / Java support; i.e. probably won't work on most shared web hosting accounts.

     

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  • NotreDAM

    Free Linux Website

    NotreDAM is a multi-user, web-based Digital Asset Management platform.

    KEY FEATURES
    . organizes images, video, audio and text resources
    . full metadata support (XMP, IPTC, EXIF, Creative Commons, ...)
    . can manage multiple renditions of resources
    . customizable workspaces with user-defined taxonomies and scripts
    . geo-referencing and search
    . REST API for integration with other applications
    . uses a fully-scalable cluster of PCs for resource processing
    . internationalization support
    . LDAP support
    . open-source, distributed under the GPL v.3 license

     

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  • ResourceSpace

    Free Web Website

    ResourceSpace is an open source Digital Asset Management system originally developed for Oxfam by UK company Montala Limited in 2006. Montala continue to manage the project in addition to providing commercial hosting, support and development services relating to the software. ResourceSpace has been released under a BSD-style license. It requires PHP, MySQL, and the GD Graphics Library, and works with most web server software such as Apache. It requires shell level access for features like thumbnailing.

    A particular focus is on the improvement of collaboration between users when assembling resources together for a project. Users can create custom 'collections' which include resources and saved searches, which can be shared with other users. Collections work like a shopping cart on an e-commerce site, and are always visible in a strip at the bottom of the screen.

     

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  • Phraseanet

    Free Mac OS X Windows Linux Website

    Phraseanet is a Digital Asset Management system (DAM for short) targeting the professionals needs. It’s created and maintained by the french company Alchemy.

    Phraseanet can store, manage and share a wide range of digital resources such as images, videos, audio or office documents within working groups of any size.

    As a 100% Web application, it runs in a modern web browser.

     

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  • TACTIC

    Free Mac OS X Windows Website

    The world's most powerful open source asset management tool

    TACTIC helps companies of any size speed the way they make, move, store and share digital data.

    Today’s companies are incredibly good at creating mountains of digital files (content, assets or data), yet many lack sufficient methods for organizing those files, or moving them efficiently through the “system”.

    Southpaw understands that each company has its own specific workflow requirements. For this reason we made TACTIC completely open and totally flexible. By any measurement, TACTIC is set to dominate the Smart Process Application market through its robust utility, adaptability and its rapid adoption across industries and organizations worldwide.

     

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  • Photo Supreme

    Commercial Mac OS X Windows Website

    Photo Supreme is cross platform, single and multi user Digital Asset Management software. Photo Supreme makes it possible to manage image files, categorize with photo details and embedded metadata. Face Detection, GEO Tagging are other features.

     

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