Evolphin unveils Zoom for software developers

By : |July 12, 2010 0

DUBLIN, USA: Evolphin Software has announced the commercial availability of its Zoom product for Digital Asset Version and Workflow Management to help creative professionals, software developers and enterprise buyers to manage versions of their digital assets.

"Designers, creative professionals, software developers and large companies employing them are being deluged by binary and text based digital assets. Existing solutions just don’t offer the performance and feature set, the current generation of professionals need," said Rahul Bhargava, president and CEO of Evolphin Software.

Digital assets are valuable files that need to be stored securely. During their creative process, graphic designers and software developers routinely create multiple revisions of the same file. Evolphin Zoom’s Asset Versioning allows users to visually time-travel between these versions, automate the approval workflow for digital asset versions in real-time said a press release.

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The design and development landscape has changed significantly in the past decade, whether you are a game developer or a graphic designer working with large binary assets as well as smaller text files. Our solution is up to 50 times faster than existing systems, while delivering almost 2000 times disk storage reduction. Return on investment for businesses is guaranteed in days not months, he added.

"Adobe discontinued their Version Cue product when they announced CS5. That created a huge void for users trying to version Adobe digital assets. Zoom came as a life saver. Not only is it more versatile in terms of features, the performance is way faster," said a game animation guru at a major studio in L.A.

He added, "Our team has been pleased with Zoom’s integration with graphical tools. It has plug-ins for Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, AutoDesk Maya and other tools that ensures we don’t have to switch context to version our files."

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