​Cantemo Launches Portal 2.3

Cantemo has launched the latest version of Portal its MAM solution. The latest version includes a number of workflow updates.

V2.3 updates the Portal's Rules Engine App to allow for custom automations and the creation of more advanced rules and workflows. Rules can include setting specific metadata, determining access control rights, or transcoding files to different formats. Rules can also determine when files should be moved or copied to different storages or even a specific directory within a storage.

The software also introduces hierarchical metadata, which is a relation-based way of handling metadata, enabling filtering based on the previous value. Using the Metadata Manager, users can browse and manage all of the different fields and relations within their hierarchy and add items at any given time.

Support for Oracle’s DIVArchive using the Cantemo Archive Framework is introduced. “This App makes it easy to integrate Portal with its existing DIVArchive solution,” explains Parham Azimi, CEO. “Setting up the integration is quick and simple, and also gives users access to a full set of analytics and feedback about those items being archived.

“Uploading assets and projects to the storage area networks can now be done via a direct file transfer at line speed, instead of web upload, making the process much faster than previously possible. In a constantly evolving media landscape, we recognise that our customers need to make their workflows more flexible and efficient than ever before.

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