There is no precise definition of multimedia software. It includes the editing and usage possibilities of texts, sound, photos and films. The presence of interaction possibilities is an important component of multimedia. This can be, for example, active navigation or interaction with certain content. The multimedia and content media listed here include solutions for digital asset management (DAM), product information management (PIM), learning software (learning management systems), address databases, templates and sample contracts, and other multimedia and content media.
DAM software supports the management of e.g. images, graphics, videos and text modules. Address databases mostly contain company addresses sorted by industries or other characteristics. In product information management, product information is compiled and further processed for the various output media (e.g. printed catalogs, online stores, web catalogs). Learning software supports you in systematically acquiring knowledge in a specific area with the help of a computer, e.g. via a dialog or set tasks.
Address databases usually include company addresses sorted by industry for targeted marketing campaigns.
This section contains a current market overview of software in the fields of chemistry, physics and mathematics.
Picture agencies, media centers, publishers, PR departments or museums will find an overview of digital asset management (DAM) software.
In this current market overview you will find software solutions for digital signage or digital-out-of-home, e.g. for signage, electronic posters, digital door signs and wayfinding systems.
Here you will find software that will help you in the areas of image optimization, covers and labels, presentations, music editing and other editing areas.
In this section you will find an up-to-date overview of product information management systems that can be used to manage product information in a media-neutral manner for various output media.
Typical forms of learning software are exercise programs (e.g. for vocabulary) or tutorials (training software) for specific subject areas, which can often also be accessed via mobile devices.