Capture press release
Outstanding digital systems and services company will be unveiling new products for photobuyers and libraries.
At Fotofringe London on 20th April Capture will be showing off their new software including the latest versions of Capture DESK and Capture EXPRESS. For many years Capture’s solutions have been the backbone of systems used by individual researchers and photolibraries because of their user-friendliness, customisability and responsiveness.
Tim Hook, Capture’s Head of Business Development says, “We love Fotofringe because we can meet professional people face to face and show them how our products can make their businesses work better.”
Capture has over 50 companies using their software, including the British Library, National Maritime Museum, Historic Royal Palaces, publishers like Macmillan and charities such as the RSPCA. Capture will be demonstrating their constantly improved and updated range of products at Fotofringe, showcasing the stand-alone Capture products – EXPRESS, ROYALTIES, DESK and SUBMISSIONS in the Limehouse Room on the lowest level of Kings Place.
Capture EXPRESS – ready-to-roll DAM
Simple, powerful, ready-to-roll digital asset management (DAM) at your fingertips – load, store, tag, protect, search, find, download, manage all your content easily. A complete solution, no hidden extras – get started straight away. Users get five of the most widely used components of the Capture Platform: MEDIA back–office; CRM; WEBSITE front-end; CMS and REPORTS.
Capture ROYALTIES – easy royalty management
Powerful, ready-to-roll royalty management at your fingertips — generate invoices, attribute contributors and commission percentages to sales, import agent reports, auto-calculate multiple pay-outs at a click, and allow contributors a private portal to view their accounts. A complete solution – start straight away.
Capture DESK – efficient media research
A highly efficient web-based project organiser for sharing, aggregating, comparing shortlisting and selecting all types of digital content and associated metadata – for example; images, video, audio, documents – uploaded from your desktop, or direct from multiple websites. Prices from only £16 per month – www.capturedesk.com
Capture SUBMISSIONS – image workflow
Ensure the content flowing into your DAM system is gold standard: control the quality of new images; train contributors to meet metadata and release standards; swiftly accept, reject, select and categorise. A complete solution – start straight away.
2 pm Special presentation by Caroline Boyd, CTO, The Copyright Hub in the Wenlock Room
Capture are sponsoring an important presentation for image owners Caroline Boyd: a special guest speaker from The Copyright Hub. Caroline is The Copyright Hub’s CTO and she will be speaking about The Hub and why image owners should register their images and copyright using their technology. This presentation will be followed by Capture’s CEO, Abbie Enock, who will talk about Capture VAULT and how this new product will enable image owners to connect directly to register their images with The Copyright Hub. There will be a Q & A afterwards.
All image owners and users are welcome but there will be limited space which will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis on the day. Registration to Fotofringe is required to attend The Copyright Hub presentation – see below for details.
The presentation will be held in the Wenlock Room at 2 pm – this is on Level -2, the lowest floor of Kings Place.
Abbie Enock, founder and CEO of Capture, says, “In this business you have to balance the creative and the technical, what we are trying to do is create applications which manage the workflow as seamlessly as possible, leaving creative people the space to do what they do best.”
Capture will be at Fotofringe London on 20th April. It is free to register for photobuyers and users of content, click here to register. www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fotofringe-london-2016-tickets-21082073048?ref=ebtnebregn
To see demonstrations of these products go to the Limehouse and Wenlock rooms. Capture also manage collections for libraries and their managed collections team will be at table 22 in the Battlebridge room. Contact Tim or Jo to make an appointment firstname.lastname@example.org – you can just roll up on the day but fotofringe can be hectic and it is easier to book time with the team beforehand.