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Re: filmscanners: Image management software



I agree about trying ACDSee.

We wrote a review of it that explains how to use it as a management program 
and includes screen captures:
http://www.bermangraphics.com/press/acdsee.htm

Personally, I use it as a viewer. And to drag and drop images into 
Photoshop from my second monitor.

When scanning, I have it open to the folder I'm scanning to and set on 
Auto-Refresh. As each image is scanned, it pops open in ACDSee on my second 
monitor.

I never even considered it as a data base program until I had to write 
about it and found it easy to set up key words and to sort images. Though I 
still only use it as a viewer because every job gets the clients name and 
date on the folder.

Larry

>Take a look at ACDSee
>http://www.acdsystems.com/english/products/acdsee/


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Larry Berman

http://BermanGraphics.com
http://IRDreams.com
http://ImageCompress.com

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