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



You would also have to have a low-res proxy or thumbnail even if the
original image were stored on the hard drive. Otherwise, there would be
a huge delay in generating the screen thumbnails if each 50+ MB image
had to be read.

I agree with you that it would be nice if the option to let PS Album
hold the original were available. Do you know if any of the other
similar programs, such as ACDSee, allow that?

Stan

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Subject: [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.

Hkon

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