Fordela gives a DAM about video content management

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Fordela Enterprise Video Management Platform 3.2 Released

ECM Plus – Enterprise video management company Fordela has just released Version 3.2 of its cloud-based enterprise video management product, EVM 3.2.

According to the company, this new release is spearheaded by Fordela’s secure Virtual Screening Rooms (VSR’s). These highly-customisable and secure environments enable clients to quickly create, customise and distribute high-quality secure video screening rooms to their employees, partners and customers.

Fordela said that each VSR can be individually customised with client branding, player skins, metadata and attached documents. In addition, Content managers can preview and generate embedded Lightbox players with a look and feel that fits the specific design attributes of their clients and partners. All VSR’s are enabled with single user sign-on security, built-in analytics and annotation functionality for collaboration.

Fordela’s EVM 3.2’s dashboard enables content managers to see at a glance the total number of assets, storage and monthly bandwidth used – improving transparency and reporting. Additional upgrades include: Media RSS (MRSS) feeds for syndicating multimedia files; improved Social Network site embeds; improved custom ingest profile transcoding and version control; and importable and exportable custom metadata fields.

The Fordela EVM 3.2 further enhances the high-powered, highly-scalable cloud-based Fordela platform enabling organisations to safely and securely upload, manage, edit, transcode and distribute video, audio and image content globally.

The EVM platform is offered as a service and is also available as a white-label solution to partners.

Fordela was founded by video content professionals to solve real world everyday workflow problems arising around the management of digital assets. The company’s delivers the best of enterprise class digital asset management, as a service, from the cloud.


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