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Canto Updates Cumulus to 5.5

MWSF - Canto Updates Cumulus to 5.5

by , 6:00 PM EST, January 9th, 2002

Canto released an update for Cumulus at Macworld today. Cumulus 5.5 is an asset managerment system designed to assenble loose files from a database. The update includes improved IPTC support and Server/Client Asset Transfer. According to Canto:

Today at the Macworld Expo, Canto announced that Cumulus 5, the award-winning Digital Asset Management system, has received a major upgrade to version 5.5. New features include a Palette View Mode, improved IPTC support, so called Server/Client Asset Transfer, as well as numerous other features that customers have requested.

Features:

  • Improved IPTC support
  • Palette View Mode
  • Server/Client Asset Transfer
  • Integrated URL AssetStore and ZIP AssetStore
  • Remote Admin
  • Numerous other features

You can find more information about the Cumulus update at the Canto booth 1749 or at the Canto Web site.

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