A new version of the revolutionary web-based media research tool – Capture Desk 2 – is launched
This patented product from Capture – a leader in enterprise-grade media management systems that include rights, licensing, metadata and royalties – dramatically speeds up the media research workflow, as well as providing valuable project and secure rights management tools. Benefits include the following:
- Collaborate over projects in real-time; record rights and usages; make selections; generate orders and permissions letters.
- Simple to use; nothing to install.
- Cross-browser ‘right click’ plug-in that allows low res images and accompanying metadata to flow in from other web sites
- Responsive design – will work on tablets, mobiles as well as computers.
- Multiple image upload from desktop
- Drag-and-drop functionality
A simple folder structure can be created to reflect chapters of a book for publishers; a series of projects for moodboards and client briefs for creatives; a research tool for academics, or teams in education to gather content for courses.
“We have really listened to our users, and this major release will be part of a rolling program of upgrades to realise the full potential of Capture Desk, and meet all the needs of our clients,”
says, Abbie Enock, CEO, Capture.
There are five packages – Free, Bronze at £99, Silver at £129, Gold at £159 and Platinum for custom requirements for large organisations with many researchers.
To learn more about Capture Desk and to find the ideal pricing solution – capturedesk.com
Capture is a leader in enterprise grade media management systems including rights, licensing, metadata and royalties. Capture is an innovative technology and services company with a truly human interface, and metadata, rights expertise and best practices are at its heart.
Capture provides web-based enterprise media management systems from its private ‘cloud’ along with practical, hands-on services to help organisations maximize the value of their content and develop their brand.
Capture has a strong reputation across a wide customer base, and long and deep relationships with its clients. Capture systems are used by leading cultural organisations on both sides of the Atlantic, including British Library, National Maritime Museum, Historic Royal Palaces, National Gallery of Ireland, The Geffrye and National Portrait Gallery; by public service organisations such as the UK’s National Health Service; by global publishers such as Macmillan and News International; by major image libraries such as Cultura and Blend; by national tourist organisations such as VisitBritain and VisitEngland, and international charities such as the RSPCA and many others, including commercial image agencies.
CEO Abbie Enock, is a recognised leader in the world of content licensing and metadata and sits on a number of Boards and organisations.
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