MediaBank 3.5 Significant Feature List includes….
MediaBank will now be able to authenticate Users and Groups via LDAP/Active Directory. User Accounts password and enabled status will also be adhered to. MediaBank can also be configured to allow a “fall-through” to its own internal authentication for external positioned users (i.e. Web access).
MediaBank will now support multi-media file types (AVI, WMV, MOV, MPG, etc…) and generate multi-page thumbnails and normalized flash preview of the assets. Streaming will be available via all 3 MediaBank client interfaces – Native Client, Java Web and MB Web.
MediaBank will now support unlimited Projects – both static and dynamic. Projects will be permission based and can be managed remotely by Project administrators. Projects can also be configured to be “role” based (i.e. dynamic/query based – Enterprise Only) and are relative with respect to User, Group, Time, Date and Database.
MediaBank Perl/cgi Web interface will have a new updated, progressive Web 2.x look and feel. Its core structure is completely redesigned to allow easy User Interface editing and configuration by abstracting away the User Interface from the core code. Thus, upgrading and bug fixes will be easier to implement along with configuration, brandings and customizations.
MediaBank will now support its own License Manager. This will enable fail-over models and provide a more robust and accurate licensing scheme for Test Servers and Fail-Over Servers.
Web Services for MB SDK
MediaBank’s entire Java SDK will now be available via Web Services also.