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  • stewartbootles
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    Hello

    Thanks for the warm welcome
    I`ve just downloaded fotostation from www.fotoware.com
    And Portfolio from www. extensis.com
    I give you my opinion when i`ve played around with them a bit
    At the moment fotostation seems to be winning in the ease of use

    I tried a demo of thumbs plus but it kept crashing i wrote to them but never got a reply so i unistalled it
    It seemed to be a little bit chunky for me also

    The browser in ps7 is handy but real sloooow
    Especially on new scans with high res and still in 16bit mode
    Also it`s a shame you have to open a file before you can add file info it would be much better if you could do it within the browser
    oh well hopefully you will in 7.5 when it comes out
    i made my bones in psp 4 and the browser in that was much faster

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  • Doug Nelson
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    I use the PS viewer, and like it, but it's pretty slow for cdroms (can't write the little db file it needs for speedy future visits).

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  • DannyRaphael
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    PS7 image browser

    Good point, BK...

    How about some PS7 folks weighing in on usefulness / performance / functionality, etc. of the new Photoshop 7 image browser? If you're not using it, why not?

    (Don't like it? You have something better? Other?)

    ~DannyR~

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  • Blacknight
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    Let's not forget that PS7 has the new browse feature and is customizable as to what it shows. You also get a fairly nice paint program that comes with this browser!

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  • Doug Nelson
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    My own take and reviews of three popular choice is available here.

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  • Jakaleena
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    I'm in there with those who don't use cataloging software. I catalog/file my images (which are mostly negatives) by hand in file drawers.

    What does one look for in cataloging software, and what are the benefits of using it?

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  • DannyRaphael
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    At the moment I'm not using any 3rd party product, but I've read that among the most popular are ACDSee and Thumbs Plus.

    I'm sure there are other favorites and, like you, look forward to seeing who like what and why.

    GR-EAT topic, Stewart. Welcome to Retouch Pro.

    ~DannyR~

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  • chiquitita
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    Great thread - I am interested as well. I haven't found one that suits my needs as yet.

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  • stewartbootles
    started a topic Image Cataloging Software

    Image Cataloging Software

    Hi I was just curious to know what image cataloging software members here use

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