Capture CEO Nick Caw gives an overview of Capture, from it's humble beginnings with Founder Abbie Enock, right up to present day. Capture is the platform of choice for some of the biggest and best known collections in the world, so settle in and find out why.
Find out more about Miro AI: With an emphasis on sport content, Miro AI can describe objects and actions in athletic scenes and recognise athletes' faces, to automate the process of keywording for media.
Following on from our presentation "What makes a digital asset truly valuable?", CEO Nick Caw and CTO Simon Mallindine discuss the mistakes and missteps that entities often make when going through a digitisation project.
A presentation by one of our technology partners, Knowledge Integration, the software development and integration experts. Director Rob Tice talks and answers questions based on considerable experience in the GLAM sector.
As well as having an industry leading platform for visual media management, Capture has an in-house team of Digital Asset Experts. From Analysts to Keyworders, Developers to Strategists, Capture provides you with both the tools and the support and consultancy you need to succeed.
A presentation from Copyright and IP Specialist, Matthew Bailey, whose expertise spans the Culture and Heritage sector as well as Science, Technology and Medicine. Matthew talks the practicalities of Open Access as well as how to balance this against a revenue-generation model that also sees you licensing some of your content.
Paul Seheult is the CEO of PICSEL (the Picture Industry collecting Society for Effective Licensing). PICSEL is a not-for-profit visual arts collecting society, who ensure you get fair renumeration when your work is copied, where direct licensing is not practical.
Capture's CEO, Nick Caw talks Licensing in the 2020's, and what emerging trends we're seeing as industry experts. Then, our CTO Simon Mallindine talks through some of the specific tools and features Capture utilises to help you make the most of your digital assets.