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[filmscanners] Re: Image archiving and managing software



I am trying to decide between Fotostation  and Cumulus from Canto
www.canto.com

One thing is very important to me: I have 16.000 scans in four different
versions, i.e. 4000ppi, 2000ppi and 1000ppi and  jpegs.

At some stage, I would want to publish 2 or 3 different but connected
searchable, websites, with different access and downloading rights.

So, my problem is: Which program will allow me just export/import all the
coded info(categories, keywords, captions copyright/by line etc) to
automatically create another "catalog" (database) from an identical folder
structure containing the same photos  in a different version? Thus avoiding
having to type in all the info again?

Have you tried this with FotoStation, James?

Greetings from    Preben  (W2K)


----- Original Message -----
From: "James Grove" <james@jamesgrove.co.uk>
To: <krille@tin.it>
Sent: Wednesday, July 10, 2002 1:31 PM
Subject: [filmscanners] Re: Image archiving and managing software


I use Fotostation Pro V4.5 if you have 10000`s of images then you can add
index manager to it, Fotostation Pro is around 500 UK Pounds, its baby
sister FotoStation 4.5 is also available, See

www.fotostation.com

www.fotoware.com


Both are superb programs for storage and offer a whole host of functions.

--
James Grove
james@planet-images.com
www.planet-images.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alex Zabrovsky" <alexz@zoran.co.il>
To: <james@jamesgrove.co.uk>
Sent: Wednesday, July 10, 2002 11:12 AM
Subject: [filmscanners] Image archiving and managing software


Hi all.
After I finally established by image processing and archiving PC system,
it's time to get some nice and useful image archiving and managing software
to keep track of my image database and easily manageable archive.
I would be grateful to anyone advising on this point.
My system consist of:
PC running Win2000 Pro.
Scanners: Nikon LS40.
Image scanning software - NikonScan ver 3.1.2 used as TWAIN through PS7.
Image editing software - PS7.

The strategy I was considering as follows:
1. All archiving-worth images are stored in JPEG format (after PS tweaking
is necessary and resizing). The file size - up to 200k per image.

2. High-quality images from above, potentially intended for future printing
and enlargement -
   scanned at 12 bit/pixel resolution (up to ~60 MB file) tweaked in PS (if
necessary)
   while keeping track of PS editing done to this particular image (for
reversibility if
   if possible).
   Images are stored as either TIFF 16 bit or PSD files.

The achieve will be stored on local HDDs, back up on remote (USB2.0
accessible) HDD and CDs.

Your comments are welcome.




Regards,
Alex Z

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