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16  DAM Stuff / Naming Issues / Re: Billenial issues on: March 27, 2006, 02:50:53 PM
Bill, that not such a DAM bad idea, if one doesn't mind the extra character.  I'll think about implementing that after my next odometer flip.
Cory
17  Software Discussions / iView MediaPro / Re: DNG converting after iView import and catalog? on: March 27, 2006, 02:46:28 PM
Thanks guys for all your help; we have been implementing the workflow reccomended in the book, but the legacy file migration is somewhat time-sensitive.  I believe what we've settled on is exporting annotations to XMPs, and importing those with the DNGs into a new catalog.  Until other software breakthroughs are made (for Mac users), this seems to be working out alright.  Thanks again! Peter, you're the DAM master. (does that ever get old?)

Cory Schoolland
roberthouser.com
18  Software Discussions / iView MediaPro / Re: DNG converting after iView import and catalog? on: March 27, 2006, 11:11:25 AM
Here's another thing- when I sync annotations, it seems to not embed Catalog Set or custom field info, both of which are very important to me.
Cory
19  Software Discussions / iView MediaPro / Re: DNG converting after iView import and catalog? on: March 26, 2006, 09:38:27 PM
Is is absolutely safe to sync annotations with CR2 files?
Cory
20  Software Discussions / iView MediaPro / DNG converting after iView import and catalog? on: March 22, 2006, 03:33:54 PM
Peter & Forumites-
Is there a way to convert iView-cataloged RAW files to DNG that automatically retains the cataloging information?  As my system contains mostly CR2s (as well as some DCRs and RAFs), I am hesitant to write the metadata to the RAW file, to prevent risk of corruption.  But I would like to replace our RAW catalog with DNGs (once we convert them) as smoothly as possible.  I noticed the AppleScript Duplicate Annotations may come in handy, but it sounds like I would also have to manually import all the DNGs and remove all the RAWs, which is extra work I'd like to avoid.  If anyone has done this, any advice would be welcome.

Cory Schoolland (on behalf of Robert Houser: www.roberthouser.com)

ps- great workshop last night, Peter (SF); it was a privaledge to be able to attend.  I understand it's hard to crunch down everything into a few hours for such a wide audience range (digital-savvy to beginners, those who've read your book and those who haen't, &c); it may be a good idea to crunch down even further in the beginning, and perhaps leave a little more time for Q&A.  Just my thoughts; thanks!
21  DAM Stuff / DNG / Re: RAW to DNG question on: March 20, 2006, 03:21:01 PM
Is this not fixed by accessing View > Show View Options (command-j), and with "All Windows" selected clicking "Calculate All Sizes"?  This seems to solve it for me for basic browsing but I have not yet tried the batch DAM conversion.  And Peter's seems to use that setting already for his bucket system, but it may be worth double-checking.  Perhaps the new folders revert to some kind of default that does not calculate the sizes.  Just throwing it out there.

Cory
22  DAM Stuff / Naming Issues / Billenial issues on: February 22, 2006, 01:19:07 AM
Peter-
Great book; I'm seriously considering switching from my current nomenclature (YY MM DD Content ###.ext) to something more like yours (CJS_YYMMDD_1234.ext).  The only major issue I foresee is that a shoot which bridges the gap between DSC_9999 and DSC_0001 will, when displayed alphabetically as in Finder, still be partly out of order chronologically.  Is this sort of thing ever an issue for you (I could do something like CJS_YYMMDD_###1234.ext, but this seems a tad unwieldy), or do you ignore it and stick to DAM software to display everything how you want it?  Any other advice?

Thanks,
Cory
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