Open source OpenEdit Digital Asset Management Mini Release v5.2059
OpenEdit has rolled out a new release version of the OpenEdit digital asset management software in response to the problems faced by several users with the last release. The main issues addressed in this release are:
-Default Administrator permissions have been configured to allow access to the Asset Editor tool.
-New folders created within the Asset Editor will now correctly display as folders.
-The upload tool in the Asset Editor will now correctly unzip files when instructed to do so.
-Clicking on an asset in the Asset Editor will now give you the option to open that asset in other tools.
You can download the new release from our OpenEdit DAM website at http://www.openeditdam.com. The instructions on this page have been improved, and windows users should note the need to rename ImageMagick's convert.exe to imconvert.exe in order to get around a conflict with a built-in Windows command.
Developed for Marketing and Creative Services departments, OpenEdit also serves print companies and universities. OpenEdit offers the best web based, open source Digital Asset Management and Content Management software used across the enterprise. Our focus is on workflow, search, management and collaboration, multi-media, repurpose of assets, PDF and image format conversions. We offer the only Digital Asset Management solution that includes a full Content Management System, integrated Blogging, eCommerce, Events Calendar, Multi-language support and Social Networking tools.
Today, OpenEdit is used by marketing and creative services departments having thousands of users and managing millions of digital assets across the enterprise.
OpenEdit's world headquarters are located in beautiful Cincinnati, Ohio with additional employees throughout North and South America. In addition to our full-time developers, we have a worldwide network of Certified OpenEdit Developers in which to pool resources from.
OpenEdit has been refined and implemented for numerous web application projects, mostly used in enterprise global environments. OpenEdit has evolved from a pure content management solution, into a web application framework used to create and maintain dynamic websites and custom web applications, such as Content Management, Digital Asset Management, Ecommerce, Social Networking Tools, etc.
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