What's new in Release 12.5
Our autumn release includes a large number of small to medium size updates which make the system easier and more comfortable to use. Faster folder trees for large collections by using folder caching and improved icons for non-images are a couple examples.
Wednesday, October 26, 2022
Avoiding Duplicate Images
Duplicate images in an image collection is not good. Never mind all the extra disk space it uses, more important is the confusion it can cause and the time it wastes. Here we'll get into why duplicates are evil and why with DBGallery there is never any reason to have them.
Friday, April 22, 2022
DBGallery's Metadata Capabilities
Metadata is extremely important to a digital asset management system. We feel there is no digital asset management system that is stronger when it comes to metadata capabilities, nor a DAM provider which has more respect for the importance of data. Here we list DBGallery numerous metadata capabilities.
Thursday, November 4, 2021
What's new in Release 11.9
A revamped upload process. Includes preserving your folder and sub-folder structure when dropping a folder to upload, an Edit button to go directly to adding data to all the images just uploaded, and being able to upload a larger number of files at once.
Thursday, July 8, 2021
Introducing a Free Tier and Pay-As-You-Go
We are happy to announce we are making DBGallery FREE for individuals and freelancers. We want everyone on Earth and beyond to be able or organize their files, find them in the blink of an eye, and avail of a full-featured digital asset management system.
Friday, May 14, 2021
Workflow Scenarios in Digital Asset Management
A look at workflow in a digital asset management system. Covered first is a simple scenario for small internal teams. Then one more complex that involves client review and approval, and notifications back and forth as they remotely collaborate.
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Four Layers of Digital Asset Management
Modern digital asset management (DAM) systems are exceptionally complex products, requiring features and perfections at various levels. Here we’ve broken down these into four logical layers. Each layer builds on the other, and neither could exist without the other in a good DAM system.
Thursday, August 20, 2020