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Who uses what DIgital Asset Management?

 
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Jun 05, 2007 15:50 |  #1

I looked over a few, and chose IMatch as my first. It sees to be the most flexible long-term solution. Still getting used to it though. I only have about 1,200 pics for it so far.

Anyone else use it or something similar?


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Jun 05, 2007 15:52 |  #2

iView is popular as well and Lightroom is becoming a hit as well.


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Jun 05, 2007 17:06 |  #3

I've got Imatch as well. Probably go to iview when I make the switch over to the Mac.


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Jun 05, 2007 20:45 |  #4

Haven't found any ONE thing to do it all for me yet... I like LR -> a few keywording, and library tweaks are needed... a few output tweaks are needed (convert to profile). I doubt anyone will be buying ADOBE up anytime soon, so they'll be around for awhile.

I then use SyncToy to backup changes from my working drive to external drive.


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