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There are number of common challenges all teams face when it comes to sharing and managing fonts. Suitcase TeamSync allows you to curate and distribute your font library automatically across your entire team.

This new cloud-based font server makes professional font management easy so you can focus your time and energy on doing great work.

An on demand version of our latest webcast introducing TeamSync is available to watch. Check it out:

International versions of this webcast will be hosted in September, join us on the time zone and language that are most convenient for you, or register to get the recording sent to your email:

 

England, U.K.:

  • Date: September 8th, 2016
  • Time: 11:00 a.m. BST – British Summer Time / British Daylight Time
  • Presented by: Chris Stevens
  • Register here.

France:

  • Date: September 14th, 2016
  • Time: 2 p.m. CEST – Central European Summer Time
  • Presented by: Jean-Michel Laurent
  • Register here.

Germany:

  • Date: September 15th, 2016
  • Time: 11:00 a.m. CEST – Central European Summer Time
  • Presented by: Torsten Koebel
  • Register here.

 

Hope you can join us!

 


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New to Portfolio or need a bit of a refresher? Our friend Dan has created a series of video how-to’s. In this installment Dan shows how to bulk edit metadata using the Web Client. Enjoy.


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Join us for a webcast about Australian video production agency 50 Kaliber Films who is using Portfolio Server to manage media assets for Ford, BHP Billiton, Oakley, and Beijing Olympic Games.

Chief Technology Officer at 50 Kaliber Films, Evan Butson, will present on how he helped his company and clients save time by migrating to an open and scalable digital asset management system.

Learn how Evan used DAM to:

  • Implement a searchable catalog of 20,000 video assets
  • Migrate from Final Cut Server to a platform-independent system
  • Track rights management and consent information
  • Scale beyond video file management with images, PDFs and other file types

Following the presentation, Evan will be available for a live Q&A session. Join us to see how Portfolio Server can help you save time and money.

North America
December 13, 2011
1:00 PM (Pacific) / 4:00 PM (Eastern)
Duration: 1 hour, including Q & A
REGISTER

Europe
December 14, 2011
9:00 AM (GMT)
Duration: 1 hour, including Q & A
REGISTER

(A recorded webcast will be emailed to you if you register but can’t attend.)


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Cool video produced and projected onto an old English castle.

Will this be the future of the “laser light show” experience from the 80s? Sweet!


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Extensis software webcastsOver the past year, we’ve covered a wide range of digital asset management and font management topics in our webcasts. If you missed out viewing these live, I’m happy to share that we’ve provided a wide variety of these webcasts free of charge on our website.

So if you’re looking to improve your digital asset management workflow, investigate font management best practices, or just see what’s new in our products, we’ve got a webcast for you.

Use the links below to launch our most popular webcasts:


Happy Holidays from Extensis

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Our spokesmen, Max Kerning and his evil brother Les Kerning would like to wish you the happiest of holidays.


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Typographers and Lady Gaga fans rejoice! There’s now a typographic parody of Lady Gaga’s song, Poker Face.

Love it!


Max Kerning, now on Windows

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Wait, doesn’t Max look a bit like a favorite former head of a major software company?


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Over the years, there have been many new and innovative ways of developing a typeface – from online playthings to scanning all sorts of everyday items. Check out this video where the creators capture the path of car to use as source material.

Me? I think that I’ll just go out and ride the motorcycle. It’s by far the best source of inspiration for me. (via ilovetypography.com)


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We’ve had a little fun creating this parody of the movie Office Space in celebration of our recent release of Portfolio Server 9. Check it out. We hope that you like it as much as we do.

For more videos that show off Portfolio Server 9 in action, check out the Extensis Blog channel on YouTube.


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