We’re back with another round of sprint release notes! 🎉 Happy reading!
Effortlessly Find What’s Needed in Settings
In addition to the recent UI improvements made to the Settings Area, we are introducing the ability to filter the different Settings tabs!
Here are just some examples of how these filters can make your life easier - you'll have to dive into your Studio Settings to find them all:
Filter your list of users by User Role, Employment Type, or Skill
Edit the right Studio Locations by filtering the Location Type and whether they are a Check-In or Check-Out location
Have a long list of Containers? These can be filtered by their Container Type and even their Current Location
Once you have the Studio Settings filtered how you'd like, you can link to that view by copying and pasting the URL - the filters will stay active.
The ability to effortlessly find what's needed within the Settings Area will help studio Operations and Admin teams keep their instance running smoothly.
For studios with multiple Administrators, feel confident that you and your team are on the same page by collaborating on the same list of filtered results.
Editorial: Add Instructions Where & When It’s Most Relevant
Editorial users are now able to markup instructions for different post-production steps in Gamma throughout the selection process! This includes Pre-Selection in Gamma and Final Selection.
Editorial users can also markup instructions for different post-production steps in Kelvin while on set.
The user can also make image-specific instructions or general instructions about all images.
We have found from our ecommerce workflows that giving instructions for post-production at the relevant parts of the workflow, is an integral part of streamlining and enhancing operations in Creative Force. This is also very relevant for editorial - while making selects, Art Directors have a need to give contextual instructions for retouchers downstream in the process.
Bringing Greater Flexibility to Post-Production Workflows
We're introducing yet another Post Production workflow model that will support more advanced Outsourcing processes.
By using this workflow, images will initially be sent out to one External Post vendor. After the images are completed, Creative Force will route the images to a second External Post vendor for an additional round of work.
This new workflow approach unlocks the ability to work with multiple retouching vendors within the same process. Some use cases for this include but are not limited to:
Sending still images to one vendor for clipping and basic adjustments, and then sending to a second vendor for more advanced compositing and detail work.
Sending video files to one vendor for editing, and then routing the final edit to a secondary vendor for color correction.
Enable WebDAV as a delivery option for all customers
Enable CaptureOne v23 integration in Kelvin
Added parameter GetImageById for Hue, Kelvin, and Chroma in order to reduce the response size
Support date time merge field when setting up working file backup in Hue
Small performance improvements within Hue and Kelvin
Event Log Access: Add Product Code to sample events
GAMMA: FIXED: Loading error on an Editorial Task QC rejection screen
GAMMA: FIXED: Editorial - Error message when adding Products or Samples to a Project
GAMMA: FIXED: Error if space was added in the merge fields when creating style guides
GAMMA: FIXED: Datasource API being called too many times
GAMMA: FIXED: Sample Return Date Reverts to 1/1/1970
GAMMA: FIXED: Connection to Box.com was not successful after updating credentials
API: FIXED: Update cover image of the Deliverable
API: FIXED: VPI Past Due Date action 'Change source to Photo Production' not applicable for InProgress WorkUnits (LH-16502)
API: FIXED: API get location detail return invalid createdDatetimeUtc (LH-17369)
API: FIXED: Event Log Access - Missing some location value (LH-17288)
Questions, ideas or feedback?
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