Half of the content producers (photographers, video editors) state that they could only guess what they have in their possession while three-quarters of them would like to share media in a way that they can keep their original content for themselves. Well, it seems that there is already a solution for that.
In a nutshell, ASTODI is a cloud-based service, which helps content creators (photographers, video editors) to see through, manage and share their captured media easily, while they keep their original content at themselves. The contents which are stored on hard drives, cloud storage platforms, and countless files stored on other data carriers after a while become unmanageable.
Photographers store and deal with a few terabytes, while video editors have to do it with tenfold of them. Library management solutions and search engines are available, but unfortunately, they do not provide solutions for everything. ASTODI does not just solve that, but it also includes a myriad of other services.
The platform works with your files stored on cloud-based services like Dropbox, Google Drive, or OneDrive (coming soon) and also on your hard drives. Therefore, it makes it possible for you to organize your content in one place and you can reach, tag and upload your files to stock agencies with one application from any location with minimal required bandwidth.
You can share your project or projects with others – and they don’t even have to be ASTODI subscribers. You can decide if you want to allow them only to see, download, or work with your media. ASTODI PREMIUM also allows you to export your database in CSV and XML formats.
Of course, there are many more things to say about ASTODI, but it is easier to try and see. Now, you can try ASTODI’s beta version totally free, so do not miss this one and only opportunity. ASTODI know every problem that photographers or video editors have to deal with in their everyday work. How do they know?
The team of ASTODI came from the world of film production: behind them, there are 50 movies, 3000 minutes of shows, and hundreds of terabytes of content. Application developers have started to address their own hurdles, but over the past year, it has resulted in a sophisticated application that is useful for the entire creative community. You can give it a try using the following link.
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