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 on: December 11, 2016, 02:28:35 PM 
Started by macphoto - Last post by macphoto

iView is still a relevant application for photo production use, even though it has been unsupported for a number of years now. I still love it!

 on: April 24, 2015, 07:21:37 AM 
Started by JohnParker - Last post by JohnParker
I'm currently using Media Pro version on Mac 10.6 Snow Leopard and I'm thinking of upgrading to Yosemite. Have any members experienced any problems with this combination? I'm also considering replacing Media Pro with Lightroom and I'm wondering if there are any problems migrating my Media Pro catalog into Lightroom. Thanks, John.

 on: January 30, 2015, 02:37:34 AM 
Started by Leon Werdinger - Last post by Bill Lewis
Hi Leon,

No, I much prefer Lightroom for cataloging my images and will probably drop EM2 soon. The fact that EM2 support was dropped some time ago pushed me to LR which I found to be a more stable app with a future.

Best regards,

 on: January 29, 2015, 11:17:04 AM 
Started by Leon Werdinger - Last post by Leon Werdinger
Thanks Bill.  Curious - are you sticking with EM2 because it's performing better as a cataloging system than LR?

 on: January 28, 2015, 07:08:34 AM 
Started by Leon Werdinger - Last post by Bill Lewis
Hi Leon,

I have maintained using EM2 on my Mac Pro running Mountain Lion and currently Mavericks without any issues. Lightroom is my current go to app but for some unknown reason I can't let go of EM2!

Hope your day is going well,

Bill Lewis

 on: January 25, 2015, 01:14:10 PM 
Started by Leon Werdinger - Last post by Leon Werdinger
Hi.  Currently running EM2 on Lion, but hoping to upgrade to Mtn. Lion or Mavericks.  It's been a long time since there's been anything about this on the forum so thought I'd check to see whether people have had any major issues using EM2 on either Mtn. Lion or Mavericks.

 on: January 19, 2015, 10:16:23 AM 
Started by Leon Werdinger - Last post by Leon Werdinger
Thanks.  I was hoping that the information would populate into model & property release fields in the source file's IPTC Extension data.

 on: January 18, 2015, 07:58:36 AM 
Started by Leon Werdinger - Last post by Roelof
At my knowledge there is no such standard field in EM2. You could use custom fields but they are not compatible with other software.
So, maybe it's best to put it in Keywords? with some recognisable character like @ or so.

 on: January 17, 2015, 04:44:52 PM 
Started by Leon Werdinger - Last post by Leon Werdinger
Hi. Anyone know if there are fields in EM2 to specify whether an image has model and property releases available? I'm hoping there is and that the data could be synched to the source file so that it could be read by other programs, including searches on Photoshelter.

 on: November 06, 2014, 09:59:13 AM 
Started by K.Murat - Last post by K.Murat

A new Daminion v3.4 was released yesterday with a new cool feature. Now you can create multiple shared catalogs.

Previous versions of Daminion limited users to 1 shared catalog per installed Daminion Server. Although the Daminion Server allows you to import and manage millions of images and videos, it sometimes makes sense to split your digital asset library into several smaller parts, especially in an organization with many departments, where each one has its own particular digital archive. Or if for example you want to split your portfolio photo archive library from the family one.

There are several other nice improvements, like the debug mode for launching external applications with arguments, for example: the ExifTool.

Release notes and download links can be found here:

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