Post pobrano z: Pixamba: Media Management Platform For Stock Photography Users
For the last few years, with the prices becoming much more affordable, the usage of stock photographs has increased significantly, and besides the print, they are being consumed too much in the web as well.
Pixamba is an easy-to-use web-based "digital assets management" service to help microstock photography users in managing their portfolio of licensed stock images effectively.
Every stock image in the platform can be viewed anytime-anywhere, including when and how it was used and the up-to-date status of respective legal rights for further use.
This allows users to get the most out of the images, prevent them from re-purchasing the same or similar ones while making sure that the usage permissions aren't violated.
Pixamba interface has features like:
- index, store, search, tag, retrieve and back up of images
- managing them in multiple drafts and file versions
- uploading images one-by-one or as a bulk with FTP support
- assigning them to companies, taking notes on usage
- and much more..
The service comes with a 100mb full-featured free plan to paid ones with bigger storage options and definitely worth-checking for anyone who frequently uses stock photographs.
P.S. This is a sponsored post.
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