We are thrilled to announce a major new feature for our Flowics Graphics platform - the Assets Library. The Assets Library is a new cloud-based repository for all creative assets, integrated into the platform giving distributed teams a common place to store and share the assets in their Flowics Graphics projects. This will improve workflow and increase collaboration for users working remotely.
Graphics teams usually have an assortment of assets they repeatedly use, such as background images, image sequences, animated logos of a show, or a collection of country flags or sports players used across different graphics packages. With the Assets Library, graphics artists using Flowics can now upload their files once, reuse them anytime, and share them with their team or external collaborators while maintaining granular control of permissions. This eliminates the need to upload the same file over and over when building graphics with Flowics and the need to use complementary tools from third parties to centralize creative assets.
Flowics Graphics’ new Assets Library is a cloud-based repository for all creative assets, integrated into the platform.
Based on the success of our initial beta testing with select customers, the first release of the Assets Library will now be automatically enabled for all Flowics Graphics users. This feature will also be available for customers of the Second Screen and Middleware modules in a future release. Storage limits for the Assets Library will vary by subscription plan.
"With the new Flowics Assets Library, creative and production teams will no longer need to share their assets through external tools. Now, all collaboration happens directly in Flowics. The result is a streamlined workflow and better management, control, and visibility of the assets across all projects. This is in line with our vision of equipping producers with the best tools to streamline their productions and allowing all team members to collaborate remotely in a cloud environment.''
Flowics CEO and Founder
Watch the following video to learn everything about the new Assets Library: