Macula

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Carla Pezzo

Design

4 reviews
It's all in one, and i love that! I can store files, do some edits on images if i needed, and share them, with COPYRIGHT PROTECTION 🤯 I also use it to showcase my art, ceramics and artsy stuff on my profile like a "portfolio"
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Oleg K
Oleg K
@radiokot
1 review
Macula is focused on publishing visual content with licenses and attributions. With a technology called Unilink, this information gets embedded into the file itself. So even if your JPEGs get downloaded, the licensing and attributions can still be retrieved. This data is also recognizable by Google image search. If you wish to publish your visual content online and care about licensing and attributions, Macula seems like the perfect tool for you. As nice extras, the service also offers image compression, basic transformations like sharpen and blur, and extensive statistics for published files. The only significant drawback, currently present in the service, is that the upload file size is limited, which is not always enough for high-quality images.
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Oleksii Yurchenko
Making things work
2 reviews
Macula is an interesting app that takes care of many things like adding metadata and editing images. It's convenient to have individual pages for each image you share with information and quick links. I especially liked the public profile that shows all shared images and videos in one place. You can just share it everywhere and not bother with making a gallery from scratch. One thing I wish Macula would have is more options when editing an image. But this will probably be added later so it's not a con of the app itself.
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Nicolas Pol-Adle

Finance

1 review
I've been diving deep into Macula for the past few weeks, and it's honestly a game-changer for creative asset management. Pros: - Uploading, managing, and sharing everything - images, documents, videos - feels smooth and intuitive. - Peace of mind? Priceless. Macula.Link protects my content and I can even track who’s using it (with Unilink) and how it performs. - Unilinks - a super powerful concept that deserves a separate note. Love the preview cards and ready-to-use sharing options. Data Sources seem to be a super powerful tool, but I’ll need more time to dig into this. Cons: - It's still in early stages, so there are a few bugs to iron out. That is understandable, but it has potential Overall, Macula.Link is a powerful tool for creators. It simplifies file management and protects your work. I'm excited to see how it evolves, because I'm frustrated with the current solutions.
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Albert Ross
Coding & Scrolling
2 reviews
Macula is a comprehensive Digital Asset Management tool designed specifically for content creators. It tackles copyright concerns and takes care of keeping authors attribution, streamlines content management, simplifies sharing, and provides robust analytics. The creator-centric approach, with a focus on control and monetization, makes Macula a compelling platform for visual artists, photographers, and other content creators. Key features: - Copyright Protection: Macula automatically embeds copyright information into published content, making it readable by both humans and algorithms. This protects creators from unauthorized use and ensures proper attribution of their work. - Content Repurposing & Analytics: Easily reuse and remix existing content, generate variations, and track performance with built-in analytics. - Universal Links (UniLinks): Share your work with a single link that offers direct access, preview, and retrievable metadata. - Secure Decentralized Storage: Macula utilizes IPFS for secure storage of files and copyright info on a private network, ensuring privacy and accessibility. Multi-format Support: Upload and manage images, videos, music and other multimedia formats. - API Access (Data Sources): Integrate Macula with your website or app using Data Sources to access file details without loading the file itself.
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Leonardo Rojo

Engineering

1 review
Finally, a DAM that understands creators! Macula seems to have thought of everything: file organization, Unilinks for sharing everywhere (a huge timesaver!), and the ability to share on my terms with a chosen license. Plus, all the analytics in one place for easy comparison. While the analytics & stats UI might are not quite there yet, I'm excited to see what's coming next!
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Leila Iruzun
Business and Digital Marketing
1 review
Hey there! I have been trying the product and just wanted to share my feedback. As a content creator and someone that works a lot with social media I really like the on-the-fly transformations. It's fun to play with and can save tons of time and frustration. On PC, the interface is clean and neat. Very pleasant to use! Kuddos for that. I am guessing this will be improved soon but as of now it seems a bit tricky to use on mobile. Again, it’s a webapp for now, so I get it. Hopefully, a mobile app version is coming soon.
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