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[filmscanners] Re: OT: The joy of software upgrades... (Adobeedition)

Stan Schwartz wrote:
> I use Photoshop album to index my scanned images. Version 2 works just
> fine. The key is to just keep the "proxy" thumbnail images in Photoshop
> Album, but keep the originals elsewhere on your harddrive or on CDs. I
> routinely burn my images to CD or DVD, then let Album index them for me.
> The images I am indexing are anywhere between 50 MB and 101 MB--that's
> more than 12 megapixels.
> You really don't want huge originals in Album. You would run out of hard
> drive space before long. Currently, I have over 80 CDs indexed.

Well, in this day and age with huge disks, it's not such
an issue anymore.

I have 320GB and not *that* many picutes (yet!).

Keeping a separate "proxy" just to accomodate this program
seems a bit backward to me.

But what is *really* annoying is that it used to work with
version 1.0.1.


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