Thanks Beau, we are trying to bypass using Desktop App and upload
directly to an AEM folder from the Capture 1 application. It currently
uploads to a network server and the photostudio then uses Desktop app to
push to AEM. Looking to save a step.
Thank you Disksha, while Asset Link is a great tool, the business want's
to capture from the camera directly to AEM. Using Asset Link would still
require the users to place the images on a server or local drive. This
is what they do today.
We are currently using Capture One to output camera images directly to
an internal network file server. The business will then use Desktop App
to move the images from the server to AEM folders. We want to remove the
file server and output directly to AEM. However, we do not see a way in
the Capture One tool to configure (although it does use the Finder's and
mounted network drive) and believe the Desktop App uses a different
technology to connect). BTW: We have opened a case with Capture One, bu...
We have a large number of published assets on the Brand Portal that need
to be removed. It's a little difficult to find in Author (not
impossible, but will require some reporting/queries). I am wondering
what happens to their status in Author, if I delete the images from the
Brand Portal? Is this a recommend approach?