Photo Production is moving to the Cloud with globaledit Version 3.8


Industrial Color Software officially announces the arrival of globaledit? version 3.8.  With major improvements in image processing speed, secure high-speed file delivery, application performance, and image review, version 3.8 leverages the power of cloud computing technology to deliver powerful, easy to use production tools to photo production groups through a standard web browser.

With new and enhanced features including the first of its kind Image Zoom, Bookmark Tool, and Grid View, photo editors can power through the production workflow faster and with greater accuracy and security.

We can provide specialized tools and interfaces for technical and non-technical users on the same system at the same time,” says Aaron Holm, Industrial Color Software’s VP of Development.

Please read the full release here.

globaledit at IPA Conference – Chicago

We’re pleased to participate in this year’s IPA conference in Chicago which runs April 22-24 at the Westin Michigan in Downtown Chicago.

The conference brings together industry leaders and provides sessions on color management, pre-media, cross media marketing, technology, and creative workflow..

We’re also very pleased to participate in the production of a cross media marketing campaign for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Chicago. The campaign would utilize the IPA members, vendor sponsors, and conference attendees to execute the campaign consistent with its conference theme of ?Leveraging Cross Media Convergence? and utilizing the IPA status as the premiere pre-media workflow conference in the US.

The photography and production teams will use globaledit to upload photography from multiple sites at high speed, choose selects from hotel rooms and offices around the country, and distribute high resolution files for retouchers using our high speed XFER file transfer system. This is an important campaign and we’re proud to be involved.

On Wednesday, April 23 at 3:30 pm, I will participate in a panel on the Technology Track titled: Digital Asset Management: Making it Work. The focus of the panel is to showcase real world technology and examples of digital asset management systems providing value and changing the way people work. These themes are at the core of our vision and I’m looking forward to the session. If you’re in Chicago on the 23rd, please stop by and participate in the discussion.