What is the best way to collaboratively review and access 8 terabytes of multimedia content?
June 30, 2010 11:07 AM   Subscribe

I'm looking for software to manage an 8-terabyte media library including audio, video, and photos. Ideally the software would include a web server component to allow you to browse the library remotely.

I'm somewhat familiar with Adobe Bridge. What other media asset management solutions are out there today? Our team needs to collaboratively review, tag, search, and download multimedia assets. If it matters, the content is audio, video, and photos from expeditions around the globe.
posted by drewgillson to Computers & Internet (2 answers total) 7 users marked this as a favorite
What's your budget and intent? There are some very high end solutions designed for TV studios and the like for this purpose.
posted by schmod at 12:35 PM on June 30, 2010

Response by poster: Budget is in the thousands, perhaps up to $10k. The intent is to leverage a bunch of content that would otherwise languish in the dark recesses of a closet/basement/etc. The business is LiveOutThere.com, a social network and online store to connect active people. One of our partners has created some amazing content for almost 20 years (successfully climbed the 7 Summits, Everest twice, a crossing of the Empty Quarter in Saudi Arabia, among other things) but most of his footage and photos are still in the original format and inaccessible.
posted by drewgillson at 7:10 PM on June 30, 2010

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