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[filmscanners] Re: How to label CD backups



Tony,

> What I want to know is a decent labelling and storage regime. At present I
> resort to yyyymmdd_clientname, and use Extensis Portfolio to catalogue the
> contents. That bit is fine, it's finding the CD which is a swine - the CD's
> are always out of sequence (gremlins, I swear) and the one I want is
> invariably the last one I look at out of hundreds. Jewel cases suck utterly
> for finding stuff, and binders are even worse... negatives are a cinch in
> comparison.

Doesn't Extensis Portfolio tell you what CD a given photo is on?
If you number your CDs, it should be pretty simple to pick the CD
with the right number.
If Extensis Portfolio really can't do that, you should take a serious
look at IMatch (http://www.photools.com/) which may very well be
the more powerful image database and handles offline images on CDs
very well.

Markus


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