Picturepark Bellavista Release | Mar 2022

AI Focal Point Cropping, User-centered Business Rules, Display Pattern Editor Preview and Kubernetes Scalability.

A new version of the Picturepark Content Platform will be released.

  • Version: Bellavista Release (11.2)

  • Date: 5-Mar-2022 (TBC)

  • Platform: {name}.picturepark.com

  • Main changes:
    • AI Focal Point Cropping

    • User-centered Business Rules

    • Display Pattern Editor Preview

    • Kubernetes Scalability

Bellavista Release Picturepark 11.2
The Bellavista Mountain, CC BY-SA 2.0, Source: Flickr.com, Author: ritsch48, Title “Engadin 2004, Isla Persa, Morteratschgletscher. Im Hintergrund von links: Piz Palü, Bellavista, Piz Zupo”

The Bellavista (3922m) is a mountain in the Bernina Range in Switzerland and Italy. There are four summits on the main ridge, at the heights of 3799, 3888, 3890, and 3922 m from east to west. The first traverse of the Bellavista peaks and the three peaks of the neighboring Piz Palü were made by Emil Burckhardt and Hans Grass on 10 September 1868.

As with the four peaks, our release is based on four main interest areas: (image) optimization, automation, user-centricity, and scalability.

Release Details

These are the final release notes.

AI Focal Point Cropping.

AI Focal Point Cropping.

Use AI image recognition to identify focal points in an image, and use the Media Editor to crop and convert as needed.

Details ­­AI Focal Point Cropping.

User-Centered Automation Rules.

User-Centered Automation Rules.

Create Business Rules based on the actions of your specific users and user groups.

Details User-Centered Automation.

Display Pattern Editor Preview.

Display Pattern Editor Preview.

Preview your Display Patterns without prior rendering in the extended Display Pattern Editor.

Details Display Pattern Preview.

Kubernetes Scalability.

Kubernetes Scalability.

Get ready for even better scalability with the Picturepark Content Platform now deployed using Kubernetes as a container orchestrator.

Details Kubernetes Scalability.

Further Notable Changes.
Changes To API & SDKs.
Notable Bug Fixes.