• Version

  • Date Added
    (to site)

    September 5th, 2010
  • Author

    Montala Ltd
  • License

    BSD Open source license (?)
  • Description

    ResourceSpace is an open source Digital Asset Management system originally developed for Oxfam. It has been released under a BSD-style license. It requires PHP, MySQL, and the GD Graphics Library, and works with most web server software such as Apache.

    A particular focus is on the improvement of collaboration between users when assembling resources together for a project. Users can create custom ‘collections’ which include resources and saved searches, which can be shared with other users. Collections work like a shopping cart on an e-commerce site, and are always visible in a strip at the bottom of the screen.

    Key features include:

    - Pure web interface

    - Intelligent search ordering – resources are scored against each keyword using user search activity

    - Organisation, collaboration and distribution – tools to organise resources, share with colleagues on projects and distribute to others; removes the need to e-mail large files.

    - Automatic resizing – resources can be downloaded in a variety of sizes so users can choose if they require high quality print files or lower quality screen / web resolution files, saving bandwidth and download time.

    - Archiving – resources can be archived and are then not visible in the main search.

    - User contributions – allows users to submit resources to the system, which can then be processed by a central team before being made available to other users – useful for working with remote photographers.

    - Automatic thumbnail creation for most image and video file types including JPEG, GIF, PNG, PDF, TTF, Photoshop PSD, AVI, MOV, MPEG using ImageMagick and FFmpeg

    - and much more…

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