Iconik has launched new updates to its media management tool, which it says will allow remote users to collaborate more effectively.
Parham Azimi, CEO, iconik, commented: “Video has become more important than ever before. Companies of all types and sizes are using it to engage with their consumers in a meaningful way while social distancing and work from home regulations remain in place. At the same time, creating, editing, and distributing videos with remote teams can be challenging. Iconik makes that simple and the latest updates make that even easier still.”
Per the release, the latest version delivers:
Easy-to-manage access rights:
- Change the access rights for specific media files at any time.
- Enable your media to inherit access rights from parent collections.
More storage functionality:
- Choose how to scan storage, especially important for companies managing multiple cloud and on-premises storages.
- Set priorities for transfers and transcodes in the iconik Storage Gateway.
Clear overview of different file formats:
- Files panel that shows all the files and formats for an asset in one easy-to-understand overview.
- Added support for Spanish, French, German, and Portuguese.
- Ability to manually divide and attribute AI generated transcriptions as required.
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