Manage your digital files
Digital asset management system
Picture & video library software
Fully customisable style and branding
Free trial No download needed
Free trial No download needed
With a digital asset management (DAM) system you can store digital assets - image, video, audio and any other file types - in a central location where they can be organised, searched, retrieved, shared and downloaded as required.
Find out how our digital asset management software will benefit your business.
With custom style and branding your online library will look its best, exactly as you want it to look. Here are some great looking public facing sites to browse around.
Any type of file can be uploaded. A system manager can control exactly who can see and do what with Trinity's sophisticated permissions and security features.
E-commerce is standard and ready to go if required.
See how an iBase image and video library will enhance you and your customers' experience.
Begin using your digital asset management system or picture / video library straightaway, we'll deliver it ready configured for your immediate requirements.
Then make changes yourself whenever you like.
Everything you see can be completely customised to your exact requirements - all configuration is infinitely flexible.
We work with top names across a wide range of sectors, meeting all of their individual requirements.
We also have many small and medium sized clients in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the USA.
This article explains what hot folders are, and how inexperienced users can safely upload files into your digital asset management system. What a hot folder is A hot folder – sometimes called a watch folder – is an ordinary folder that can be ‘seen’ by the digital asset management system, and to which access can…
Being able to easily search for items is of course one of the most fundamental and important features of a digital asset management or multimedia library system. Entering a word in quick search and hitting return is the easiest and most often used method, and if you have some idea of the content available, this…
Dumfries and Galloway Council have upgraded their on-line photographic collection View Dumfries and Galloway, and the official launch features on BBC Scotland’s website Dumfries and Galloway’s historic images go online. There are many different formats, for example, postcards, glass negatives, engravings, lantern slides and photographs, and many tens of thousands more held in special collections which…
Reporters United have launched their new website www.reportersunited.tv using an iBase Trinity digital asset management system with full ecommerce facilities. They are a global marketplace for buying and selling editorial videos. Every day a worldwide network of professional video reporters, photographers and citizen journalists publish photos and videos. Using the website, they upload their stories…