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Wondering how you can use custom web fonts on your website? In this webcast I show you how you can use WebINK to integrate high quality web fonts into your site. With around 2000 fonts to choose from, there’s something for any project you undertake.


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Always wanted to check out the newest web font technology, but aren’t quite sure how to take the plunge?

On Tuesday, August 24th, I’ll be holding a webcast to show you how to get up and running quickly with modern web fonts from WebINK.

I’ll go over the selection of web fonts, setting up an account, and implementing the CSS that makes it all happen.

Webcast details:

  • Tuesday, August 24th
  • 11:00 a.m. PST, 2:00 p.m. EST

Click here to sign up for the webcast.

If you’re not able to attend, please go ahead and sign up anyway. We’ll shoot you an email when a recording of the webcast is available to view at your convenience .


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Want to see all of the new features in Suitcase Fusion 3 in action?

Next week I’ll be showing off the new features in Suitcase Fusion 3, and showing how they can help make your creative workflow more efficient.

Webcast details:

If for some reason you are unable to make the webcast at this time, go ahead and register and we’ll send you a link the recorded webcast following the event.


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Font_Licensing_WebcastJoin us next week as Thomas Phinney, our Senior Font Product Manager, presents an insightful look into the world of font license compliance. He’ll share why font license compliance is of critical importance to any organization using even a few fonts and up to thousands in some cases.

Thomas has collected a number of real-life examples of companies who didn’t comply with font licensing, and the consequences that they faced. Thomas will guide you through options available to help you control your own font licensing and avoid similar situations.

Choose from two different webcast times.

North American webcast details

European webcast details

If you register but can not attend we will email you a link to the webcast recording.


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Extensis software webcastsA few upcoming webcasts to note, this time for those of you who speak French and German.

On January 20th and 21st, we’ll be demonstrating how NetMediaMAX can assist in image processing workflows.

NetMediaMAX allows users to:

  • Create composite PDF proofs from various files without opening multiple applications.
  • Batch resize your images, convert to a different file format and resize for Web usage and save your preferences.
  • Deliver digital files via self-service web portals and allow others to export low-res files of the originals on-the-fly.
  • Automatically create multiple derivatives of your originals and even apply destructive watermarks for protection.

Register for one of our two webcasts. Choose the appropriate event based on language:

Extensis products are localized so that they run in many different languages. For most of our products, we support English, French, German and Japanese languages. In addition, we are working to expand the language support for many of our products to include Spanish, Portuguese and Italian.


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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:


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Suitcase Fusion 2 for Windows weabcstWondering what’s new in the Windows version of our single-user font manager, Suitcase Fusion 2? Well, there’s a whole lotta good stuff, and we’re just itching to show it off to you.

This upcoming Tuesday we have two webcasts that will provide you with a complete overview of all of the new features, and how they can make your font management experience better and more fun. There will be a Q & A period following the demo, so be sure to stick around so that we can answer any of your font management questions.

Please register for one of these upcoming webcasts. We look forward to it!

North American Webcast

  • December 15, 2009
  • 11:00 AM (Pacific) / 2:00 PM (Eastern)
  • Register Here

European Webcast

  • December 15, 2009
  • 10am GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) / 11am CET (Central European Time)
  • Register Here

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Portfolio NetMediaMAX for digitial asset managementLast week we released a new addition to our digital asset management product line, Portfolio NetMediaMAX. This Thursday we’ll be demonstrating how NetMediaMAX assist in image processing workflows.

NetMediaMAX allows users to:

  • Create composite PDF proofs from various files without opening multiple applications.
  • Batch resize your images, convert to a different file format and resize for Web usage and save your preferences.
  • Deliver digital files via self-service web portals and allow others to export low-res files of the originals on-the-fly.
  • Automatically create multiple derivatives of your originals and even apply destructive watermarks for protection.

Register for one of our two webcasts. Choose the appropriate event based on your location.

European Webcast

  • Thursday, December 3, 2009
  • 10 a.m. GMT (Greenwich Mean Time), 11 a.m. CET (Central European Time)
  • Register Here

North American Webcast

  • Thursday, December 3, 2009
  • 11:00 a.m. PST (Pacific Standard Time) / 2:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)
  • Register Here

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webcast-_P9In case you missed the recent digital asset management forum in Washington D.C., we are hosting an encore webcast of the keynote presentation on October 6th.

Attend this webcast to:

  • Learn how the National Wildlife Federation manages internal requests for the thousands of rights managed or royalty-free images in their collection.
  • See how the National Wildlife Federation successfully uses a central repository for raw materials to quickly and easily access images for brochures, PPT, and other marketing materials.
  • Understand how to create a simple self-service portal to identify a physical location of where non-digital audio and video clips are stored.

Details:

  • Featured Speaker: Karen Hignite, Records Management Manager at The National Wildlife Federation (NWF). Karen is part of the IT group that supports the National Wildlife Federation’s 18 departments, 11 regional centers and National Advocacy Center.
  • Date: Tuesday, October 6th.
  • Time: 11:00 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time, 2:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time
  • Cost: FREE

Click here to register for this event.

Karen Hignite will be available after the presentation for a live Q&A session along with host, Cindy Valladares, digital asset manager expert and Extensis Product Marketing Manager.


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Extensis Webcast

If you are interested in learning more about digital asset management (DAM) strategies and solutions within the retail market, do not miss next week’s webcast.

We’ll be joined by MCL, a specialist change management consultancy for retail. Andrew Lambert, Projects Director at MCL, will explain how MCL utilises various technologies, including DAM, to save time and money for their clients, such as Debenhams, Paperchase, Fat Face and House of Fraser. Richard Bamford, Extensis European Business Director, will also present a session on digital asset management best practices.

Although the webcast focuses on retail, the content and best practices apply to all industries.

24th September, 2009

10:00 AM (British Summer Time) / 11:00 AM (Central European Time)

Register for the Extensis webcast here.


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