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 on: May 08, 2014, 10:04:56 AM 
Started by Sossity Corby - Last post by Roelof
PDF is not a specific photo format and JPG is a lossy format...
So, i would go for the highest quality scan first and make (lossy or not) deriatives from it later.
When you scanner can make DNG's that would be nice, else stick with Tiff

 on: May 05, 2014, 02:54:07 PM 
Started by Sossity Corby - Last post by Sossity Corby
Opps, for got to sign


 on: May 05, 2014, 02:53:23 PM 
Started by Sossity Corby - Last post by Sossity Corby
I have some scans I made as jpgs, and would like them also in pdf format. I have adobe acrobat professional, where I can add my jpg scans and make a multipage pdf.

Adobe acorbat pro also can make jpgs and tifs from pdf scans.

Is there any quality loss or change when going from one to another? what about file sizes going from one format to another?

which is better to begin scanning in? pdfs & then make jpgs if needed with adobe? or jpgs 1st & then add them into acrobat for pdfs?

Would there be much difference in quality or size if I made pdf files from my jpg scans in acrobat? how would this compare to scanning the pages again as pdfs? this would be more time consuming, and it would be more convenient to just take the jpgs into acrobat and make jpgs from them.

I would also like to know if there would be much difference if I scan pages 1st as pdfs and make jpgs from them with acrobat? vs scanning the pages separately again as jpgs?

 on: March 30, 2014, 11:46:28 PM 
Started by havezet - Last post by havezet
Today Photo Supreme 2.1 is released. Now also available in Portuguese; Bem-vindo

You can read up on the latest changes here:


 on: March 30, 2014, 11:43:15 PM 
Started by havezet - Last post by havezet
I'm proud to announce the release of Photo Supreme 2.1. Photo Supreme is cross platform, single and multi user Digital Asset Management software.

Photo Supreme already offered support for SQLServer and the new release also adds support for the popular open source database system PostgreSQL.


 on: March 27, 2014, 10:42:56 AM 
Started by K.Murat - Last post by K.Murat
Greetings again!

Daminion 3.0 allows you to
  • restrict access to digital documents on Functionality and File levels,
  • import images directly from mobiles and cameras,
  • return to previous queries.

The new Daminion also has improved metadata support along with more than 50 other improvements.

More info on our blog:

 on: February 22, 2014, 07:54:53 PM 
Started by DrewFulton - Last post by paul_dymond
I've just upgraded to the latest version of Media Pro after being a long time iView and then Expression Media user. I've hit a snag with the thumbnail rendering. When I convert my CR2 files from the 6D to DNGs, any changes I've made in Camera Raw CC aren't reflected in the thumbnails in Media Pro. But it's only been happening in the last week or so and I can't figure out what's changed. Even though I made various changes in Camera Raw, it's as if Media Pro is suddenly ignoring all the information in the XMP file and just rendering the original RAW file and nothing I can see changes it. Help!

Paul Dymond

 on: January 25, 2014, 12:06:48 PM 
Started by alexramsay - Last post by alexramsay
Thanks for your help Bill - I expect I'll be back with more queries soon!


 on: January 25, 2014, 02:50:57 AM 
Started by alexramsay - Last post by Bill Lewis

Yes, you can have Lightroom write the changes automatically. To set it up go to Lightroom>catalog settings>metadata>automatically write changes to XMP

Hope you have a great day!

Bill Lewis

 on: January 24, 2014, 02:38:26 AM 
Started by alexramsay - Last post by alexramsay
Thank you Roelof - can Lightroom be set to do this automatically?


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