Mac OS 9 support is no more in
DMOD Inc.’s new version of WorkSpace, their digital asset management and distribution system. Also new with this release is support for Safari, e-mail notification, group support, optimized encryption algorithms for improved performance, drag-and-drop folder upload and download support, progress indicators, and streamlined address book support.
This is not the first version of WorkSpace to support Mac OS X — DMOD first began to offer provisional OS X support for WorkSpace last year. But this new release gains architectural improvements that help suit it better for Unix-based operating systems like Mac OS X, which is why the company is leaving support for Mac OS 9 behind — legacy customers can still use the older version of WorkSpace if they need to.
DMOD WorkSpace enables digital content creators to share, review and approve media files intended for music CDs, films, trailers, scores, television programming and more, using the Internet or Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). Available in both enterprise and hosted (ASP) configurations, WorkSpace’s security features are designed to help prevent piracy during production and distribution. DMOD established WorkSpace first in the professional music industry, but the system is now gaining traction in video and film production.
DMOD offers pricing and subscription information to interested customers, but more general information about WorkSpace and WorkSpace ASP is available from their Web site.