Author Archives: Peter Krogh

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New MediaGraph Features! (June 2021)

Even though we just launched (and did so with a great set of features), we have not slowed down our development. … Read More

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MediaGraph is live!

After a full application redesign, and an extended beta period, we have now officially launched MediaGraph’s newest version, MediaGraph. We’re really excited about what we’ve built, and how it adds some great innovation to the DAM space. Reducing friction MediaGraph … Read More

Migrating from a folder share

One of the most important challenges facing a new DAM implementation is the onboarding process, but MediaGraph has some solutions to help users and admins alike. … Read More

Webinar on DAM trends for 2021

December 15, Noon ET, 9 am PT Our Chief Product Officer, Peter Krogh, will participate in a panel on DAM trends. Learn what we have been working on this year, and what we expect to be addressing in 2021. Register … Read More

Rights Packages

One of the most important components of a media collection is an effective usage rights workflow–a central feature to MediaGraph from the start. … Read More

Support for raw file workflow using DNG

MediaGraph 3 will allow raw image storage as DNG files, and they will now appear in your account with your adjustments when viewed or downloaded. … Read More

MediaGraph Sneak Peek: Social Media Workflow

In this video we show how MediaGraph can be used to request, gather, tag, curate and deploy images for your social media channels. … Read More

MediaGraph 3 Taxonomy

One of the many improvements in the newest version of our DAM solution MediaGraph 3 is the build-out of a best-in-class taxonomy tool. … Read More

WFH with MediaGraph

When I first conceptualized the idea behind the MediaGraph platform, it wasn’t to just create a powerful application, but to protect our creative content from the risks of failing hard drives and local servers. The big selling point was that the cloud … Read More