Decalog DAM
Digital Asset Management

Decalog DAM makes it easy to use documents that are either natively digital or digitised (postcards, handwritten letters, old photographs) by automatically integrating the metadata into Decalog ILS (title, authors, indexation, full-text contents……).

Decalog provides an accessible and efficient answer to the needs of communities wishing to make the most of their digital cultural assets.

Collections on the documentation portal

The publication of digitised collections is particularly rewarding. All the descriptive information is used for selection criteria and facets, thus facilitating search and retrieval. Our approach is original in that we unify the data retrieved relative to control repositories: coherence with other elements of the documentation base is guaranteed. Publication can be per unit or in batch series. During publication the data can be processed (creation of thumbnails, change of format, creation of excerpts for video or audio documents….)

External resource collections

Decalog GED also offers an OAI-PMH repository. It provides data harvesters with metadata in Dublin Core (DC) or QDC format. Through its identification, collections can be promoted on external research tools or digital libraries such as Gallica or Europeana.

Multiple formats and types of documents

Our software viewers can cater for all kinds of formats: viewing of single images, browsing of image series or streaming of books. The list of recognisable formats and types of documents is constantly evolving. In particular it integrates:

Texte

Text

Txt, Microsoft/Open office, Pdf, ePub

Audio

Audio

Mp3, Mp4 and OGG-Vorbis

Web

Web

Xml, Html

Vidéo

Video

FLV, MP4, Quicktime, 3GPP, Ogg

Image

Image

PNG, GIF, PMB, JPG, TIFF, PSD

Programme

Program

on Windows and Linux

Need information?

The Arts Décoratifs Library

Arts décoratifs Paris

Collaborative indexation

The Arts Décoratifs Library has decided to open the indexation of its cultural assets to members of the public who are not professional documentalists. This makes it possible to enrich the indexation process by sharing the workload with the public.