A professional media asset management software helps your employees and colleagues to find files easier and faster, to download them in the right format and to share them with others. Processes get more efficient.
Further, Filecamp DAM (Digital Asset Management) System offers professional management of pictures and all media files. This means that all data gets searchable. A good DAM system helps all employees and colleagues to work faster and more efficient especially with pictures and other media files.
Yes, and we encourage you to do so! To do this, simply go to Admin > Users, and select the Invite Users icon in the upper-right corner. If you would like to learn a bit more about the steps involved in inviting users, you can do so here.
You can share a single file or folder using your own email by copying the shared file/folder link. To do this, click the Share icon and copy the URL string and paste it into your own email application.
Our web interface allows you to upload files up to 4 GB in size right in your web browser. For larger files up to 20GB, traditional FTP can still be useful, so we’ve added an WebDAV/FTP access feature.
Instead of attaching the file to your email, you can just upload it to your Filecamp account. Filecamp will automatically create a link that you can use to share via email. You can choose to send the link directly from Filecamp or paste the link into your favorite email application.
People who receive the link will be directed to a branded download page featuring your company logo and colors.
Yes, with Filecamp you can set which folders are available for “Public Upload”. Filecamp will then provide you with a link that you can send via email. Recipients will be directed to a branded “Public upload” page by clicking the link. Read more.
No, Filecamp doesn’t support SSO/CAS/LDAP/SAML/Active Directory, or any other external user authentication protocol.
It is complicated to implement (usable!) central user management in any sophisticated and feature-rich DAM solution.
And in Filecamp we have unlimited users in all plans, + you can give these users very specific user and admin permissions, and grant them granular access to specific folders. All these settings have to be managed from somewhere.
That said, it is something we are looking in to. And if we find a good solution, it will be implemented in a future update.
At any time, you can get rid of files, folders, and other items that you no longer need. But items deleted from your Filecamp account aren’t really deleted – they are just moved to the Trash where they can easily be recovered from.
Yes, Filecamp runs on the secure HTTPS protocol. All account passwords are hashed so that even Filecamp support staff is unable to access them. Filecamp servers are backed up daily and hosted in a world class data center. Read more.
Filecamp offers three competitive pricing plans to fit every company size and budget: Basic, Advanced and Professional. The plans have different storage limits and features. Our Professional Plan includes advanced collaboration and white-label features that take your Filecamp to the next level. The Basic plan starts at only $29 per month. All of our plans include unlimited users, unlimited bandwidth, custom branding, and free email support.
All of our trials start as Professional Plans so you can explore all the features that Filecamp has to offer.
After 30 days, or when you decide to continue using Filecamp, simply choose your plan and provide your credit card billing information. All of your files will still be there and any user accounts you created during the trial will still have access.
In case you decide Filecamp isn’t a good fit, it’s all good. You pay nothing and your trial will simply end after 30-days.
Yes, you can use your existing domain name ex., files.yourdomain.com with our service. Follow these steps to add a CNAME record that redirects to Filecamp. This is one more step we take to truly make your Filecamp your own.
No—but please don’t misunderstand this as any lack of interest!
We’d love to answer your questions. We know the decision to omit phone support is unusual, but after experimenting with different approaches, we’ve found that starting with email enables us to provide the fastest response.
We focus on providing fast and high quality responses by email, so you’re always talking to a qualified human that can help first-hand.