Daminion is the trusted multi-user digital asset management software of more than 500 companies because it makes ALL digital assets EASILY searchable by anyone in the organization.
Digital Asset Management Software
Access from multiple computers
2 or More Users
Unlimited Imported Files
Broad Format Support
Import from Other Programs
Easy Asset Cataloging
Instant Access to Any Assets
Pro $199 US
Home $99-149 US
Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)
Daminion is the trusted multi-user digital asset management software of more than 500 companies because it makes ALL digital assets EASILY searchable by anyone in the organization. Daminion’s easy-to-use, but nonetheless powerful, search capabilities include: Quick Search, Filter Content by Tags in combination with AND/OR operators, Advanced Search and Saved Searches.
Daminion’s easy copyright tagging helps its users to control the use of images and other content. This means less time for doing searches and more time for managing projects for the company.
Multiple tags can be assigned to a single file without taking up additional space on hard drive. All the information about a file can be described by a set of tags such as title, rating, keywords, location, media format, copyright, camera model, color label and more.
Daminion also supports complex hierarchical tags (keywords, locations, etc.) with no limitation on nesting levels. Using hierarchical tags, users can describe the contents much more precisely and, as a result, spend far less time locating important files.
All file information, including copyright information, is stored as metadata. Whenever users copy, email, or publish company’s asset, all the file information travels along with the file. Ownership of an asset and the rights to use it are also included in the metadata.
Daminion automatically synchronizes database information with EXIF, IPTC, XMP, MWG, as well as format-specific metadata in a wide range of other media files including PDF and Camera RAW formats. Various photo sharing services like Flickr, SmugMug, Fotki, social services like Facebook, and content editors like Photoshop and Indesign can interpret the XMP data written into files by Daminion.