The Nuxeo DAM document types are fully integrated in the Nuxeo Platform and are available alongside the other document types. They can be created the same ways as the platform default document types, they get the same metadata, the same workflows, etc.
Pictures are specific files. To take into account the specificities of pictures, their Summary tab shows additional pieces of information, such as:
- Rotate actions
- The picture's EXIF metadata
- Additional picture views
When pictures are created, the EXIF metadata of the pictures are automatically extracted and displayed on the Summary tab. They cannot be modified. The IPTC legend, copyright and source are used to automatically fill in the description, rights and source metadata. See the page Binary Metadata for more information.
You can report to the page Supported File Formats to see which file formats are supported as pictures.
Nuxeo DAM add the possibility to view pictures in a slideshow mode from the thumbnail mode of a workspace or search results. To view the pictures in a slideshow mode, click on the icon from the thumbnail mode. You can then switch from one picture to the next or the previous using the right and left keys of you keyboard. You automatically go the next page picture when you're at the last picture of the current page.
If no picture is available on the current page, it shows the icon .
Annotations are post-it notes that users can add on the picture to comment it or to comment a specific part of the picture.
To add an annotation on a picture:
- To access to the image view, click on the icon in the More menu. A pop up opens.
- Draw a frame on the part of the picture you want to annotate.
- Type your annotation and click on Submit.
When you import a document having the
Picture facet on your platform, additional formats are available on it. The default ones are:
- Thumbnail: the picture is converted to JPG and resized to 100 px height or width.
- Small: the picture is converted to JPG and resized to 280 px height or width.
- Medium: the picture is converted to JPG and resized to 550 px height or width.
- OriginalJpeg: the picture is converted to JPG but the original size is kept. This export is done even if the original picture was a JPG file.
The original and medium pictures can be the same size when you download them if the original is smaller or equal to medium size.
To download the picture view that you want, click on in front of it.
To contribute new picture views, follow this how-to.
A user interface is added in the Admin tab so that it is possible to re-compute picture conversions (Picture views). This is particularly useful when you add new conversions and want to compute them over existing images, or if you change the definition of some of the existing conversions.
Video is a document types dedicated to the management of videos files. It provides the following specific features: A player to view the video from the application, a storyboard to navigate in the video and alternative video formats.
Video documents can be viewed from their Summary tab where a video player is available. You can also navigate in the video using the Storyboard that is generated at import time.
It is possible to convert the video to various formats from the user interface:
To convert the video, from the Summary tab click on the Convert button corresponding to the format you want.
When your export a video asset, you get a folder with several files available:
- The original video file
- One WEBM conversion
- One MP4 conversion
- One JPEG picture by storyboard chapter
- One JPG picture prefixed with "StaticPlayerView_video-screenshot-", which is the picture extracted from the video that is used for the player picture
- One JPG picture prefixed with "Thumbnail_video-screenshot-", which is the thumbnail used in folders proposing a thumbnail view (typically in the DAM view)
A video is exported like any other document. See the page Exporting Documents.
Audio is a document types dedicated to audio files management. It provides a player from the document Summary tab to listen to it from the application.
See the page Supported File Formats for supported audio files.