April 7, 2017

InDesign CloudLink

InDesign CloudLink for SaaS or On-Prem

CloudLink’s powerful connection with Adobe InDesign links NetX assets to an InDesign file. Users can quickly search and filter their NetX DAM system from within InDesign. Multiple users located anywhere can easily preview and place images in their own InDesign creations while maintaining the image's URL based link. Images that are updated within NetX will notify users within InDesign, keeping brand consistent and up to date.

 

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Standard InDesign workflow involves inserting locally stored images to create your company designs.CloudLink let’s designers take advantage of their company’s DAM, no longer relying on locally stored images. InDesign respects HTTP links to remotely managed NetX assets. Designers using the CloudLink workflow will save time and space.

CloudLink enables a central repository of images in the NetX Cloud, eliminating image replication in local environment. quality, security, and relevance. The simple and intuitive tool will enable designers to browse, select, and replace images from their NetX DAM with ease.

Daily production and search tasks become simpler with a cloud based search engine since designers can create with confidence, knowing that their image is the relevant and approved version.

CloudLink brings powerful features:

Cloud Integration to InDesign

NetX based assets are placed directly into InDesign documents maintaining a link into the DAM. 

Security

CloudLink maintains permissions for assets.This ensures that the right people get the right assets at the right time.

Powerful Search

Users can quickly find images using the power of their NetX DAM through search, metadata tags, saved searches, and collections.

Image Update Notifications

Keep your linked images relevant with real time version updates. InDesign users will be notified any changes and can choose to update the image within InDesign.

Why NetX?

NetX has powerful bulk tagging tools, such as the Grid Editor and Quick Edit panel, for high volume tagging. This powerful new integration takes web-to-print efficiency to the next level

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Media Contact:
Jessica Miller
jessica.miller@netx.net
503-499-4342
February 16, 2017

Image Recognition AI with Google Vision

NetX now automates the application of keyword metadata.

Image Recognition

NetX can now automatically understand the content of an image and associate relevant keywords and metadata. The platform provides recognition of labels, objects and concepts, along with landmarks, logos, and even the facial expressions. This new tool enables a shift of focus for digital asset managers and end users alike, as tags from powerful machine learning models will be automatically generated.

“We have always prioritized metadata management and search,” said NetX President, Jason Wehling, “and we feel that this Google Vision initiative will revolutionize the experience of managing, searching and finding digital assets.”

By leveraging the AI engine of Google, a concept such as “extreme sport” can be detected in an image of a kayaker, or a cultural object like “the Eiffel Tower” in a picture of Paris.

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Google Vision offers image recognition in the following areas:

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Label Detection

Detect broad sets of categories within an image, ranging from modes of transportation to animals.

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Logo Detection

Detect popular brand product logos within an image.

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Landmark Detection

Detect popular natural and man-made structures within an image.

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Face Detection

Detect multiple faces within an image, along with the associated key facial attributes like emotional state

Why NetX?

NetX has powerful bulk tagging tools, such as the Grid Editor and Quick Edit panel, for high volume tagging. However, this powerful new integration takes tagging efficiency to the next level

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Media Contact:
Jessica Miller
jessica.miller@netx.net
503-499-4342