The provision and management of large media assets is often confusing and time-consuming, especially when different user rights are required. Our media database enables the website operator to provide, categorize and grant various rights to image and video material.
This solution is an extension for the Enterprise CMS TYPO3 from version 6.2. Instead of DAM, it works with the new File Abstraction Layer (FAL) approach. Image-specific metadata (IPTC) is also transferred into the system.
Depending on the user group, the image or video material can be downloaded or viewed, for example, only with a watermark. We also provide you with a powerful search function tailored to your needs. Using a light table function (shopping cart), your images can be combined and downloaded together or shared with other users as a link. Since our Media Hub is based on Open Source technology and is a proven TYPO3-based in-house development, it provides a cost-effective alternative that can easily be adapted to your individual requirements.
Are you looking for a simple and customized solution for managing large media assets?
Functionality of the image database
Image files with IPTC data are automatically imported into the database with our Media Hub via an FTP server. Extensive image material can be searched and displayed in the frontend. The individually adapted search function allows you to define different usage rights for different user groups (e.g. view only with watermark).
In order to optimally serve all end devices (browser, smartphone and tablet PCs), videos imported via the FTP server are automatically converted into the respective formats. Videos or entire video categories can be easily integrated into other portals or mobile apps, as our Media Hub can be controlled from external sources via an API. Based on the File Abstraction Layer (FAL) of TYPO3, videos can be stored in the connected Amazon Cloud and exchanged at will. Furthermore, an ad server can be connected for the time-controlled display of post or preroll videos for advertising purposes or individual videos of a certain category.