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K.Murat

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  1. Hi everyone, I am co-founder of the Daminion program that was mentioned here by one of the Evernote users. Give me a chance to explain some of the Daminion benefits for creating a single image database that can be accessed by multiple user from multiple computers across your local network (and even from the Internet): - It's almost always is better to use a specialized program to resolve a certain task, for example: Evernote to remember your ideas, projects and experiences, Lightroom for RAW image adjustments, ACDSee for fast image viewing, and I can suggest to use Daminion as a DAM (digital asset management) for small teams with tight budgets - Unbeatable price. If you need to use Daminion to manage your home images and videos we offer an unbeatable price: $199 for Daminion Home Server (fixed price). $1k for Daminion Server Pro. Plus you pay once, no endless monthly payments. - True multi-user access. None of the mentioned above standalone photo organizers (except WebDam) can provide you a safe, reliable and fast multi-user access, because these program weren't designed for this from the beginning - Supports for more than 100 media formats, including images, RAW images, vector images, videos, audio, MS office documents, PDF, DWG, etc... - All your annotation are always synced with image metadata. Automatically, without your commands! It means that all your many-hours work is safely backed up inside the images and can be easily read by hundreds of applications that understand EXIF/IPTC/XMP metadata. - Tested with million imported files. We have customers who use Daminion to manage ~1 million assets. - Controlled access to your image archive. For example, users with Viewer role can only search, view, and export media documents, but can't edit or remove them. - Live project, live community. We are involved in Digital Asset Management market since 1999, and have an active community of users. I don't like to litter this forum by listing all Daminion benefits. Please welcome to check them out on our web-site. I'd be glad to answer to any questions related to our Daminion or image management strategy here or on our forum.
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