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Subject: [Leica] OT: Acdsee substitute for the Mac
From: firkin at (Alastair Firkin)
Date: Mon Apr 17 19:14:21 2006
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I too have thought about using the "bridge" for this, but the old
fashioned ability to have separate files of iView topics wins out
especially when backing up the files: it is also a great way to file and
store pdf's and other data

go iView lightroom may be great beta and free, but iView is tested and

> Hey Nathan,
> Congrats!  Hope you love your new laptop.  May you never see c:\\ again.
> I use cs2 bridge for what you describe;  surely your powerbook came
> with cs2???   You could probably do it with  Iphoto, tho with some
> raw formats it is a bit slow.  If you use iphoto, be sure to change
> the default folder unless you want it to copy all of your files into
> where it wants to  hide them.
> Leo
> On Apr 17, 2006, at 3:51 PM, Nathan Wajsman wrote:
>> I use ACDSee as my main editing tool on the PC. However, a week ago
>> I decided to dabble in the pinko Communist religion and bought an
>> Apple Powerbook. I note with dismay that ACDSee is not available on
>> the OSX platform. Can some Apple adherents on the list point me to
>> a reasonable substitute? I really just want something that lets me
>> look through a bunch of RAW files to decide which ones to trash and
>> which ones to keep for further PS processing.
>> TIA,
>> Nathan
>> --
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>> Almere, The Netherlands
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