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Key requirements - Multi Media Management Software; Browser Based; Video Library; Digital Content Management

The problem that we have is this: here we have 27,000 media files (jpg, jpeg, bmp, mov, wmv, tif, etc) in one centralized folder on a network server. We have 15 users that work with these files and the maximum file's size it's 10MB for images and 50MB for videos. The file's amount increase everyday and the new images are cataloging in folder's categories and sub-categories.

There is no inherent software limit to the number of users, records, or file sizes. As many users as you require can be working on the database concurrently.

Also, I want to know if iBase will work with a shared database for 15 users in real time, how much time delayed to see the images when a user upload? . Can I do categories and subcategories for cataloging that files and rating filters?. It's only browser based software?, no client software?. Does it have e-mail notifications?, we need to know what new images was added per other users on the database or catalog. How it's the file's upload? Can I upload more than 10 files?

iBase is browser based and can be used without any client applications. However, the easiest option for uploading needs Flash Player V9 or later installed on the machine being used for uploads. There is an alternative upload method which doesn't need Flash or any other client applications.

iBase can be hosted on any suitable server, or we can host if for you.

As many files can be uploaded at a time as you wish, and there are options to include any metadata common to each batch at the time of upload, which means it only needs to be entered once for the batch and not for each individual file.

A structured multi-level hierarchy of categories can be created, with as many sub-levels as required. We can show you examples of these.

Yes, emails can be generated from within iBase.

iBase maintains a full and detailed audit trail of every action carried out, including 'who added what' as you mention.