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 on: December 17, 2012, 01:56:50 AM 
Started by dmf57 - Last post by nicolaiwhjorth
Even though this is an old post I was unable to find the answer anywhere I searched, so for the benefit of future users:

On Windows 7 I found all II settings in C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\ImageIngesterPro

I copied all files and folders to my new Windows 8 computer and placed in the same catalog, and presto! all my settings are back on my new machine (except the license code which I entered manually).

It's also worth remembering to include the patj as well as the Adobe settings in your regular backups.

Best regards

 on: December 16, 2012, 01:32:58 PM 
Started by sullins - Last post by sullins
After placing images in collections and then working on them, usually one must go back to the original folder location and add the revision to the collection. However, occasionally, it seems that revisions are automatically added to the collection which is much preferred. It happens I put RAW files into the collection before working on them; the TIF revisions are staying in the collection with the RAW files. Does anyone know why this happens so I can keep doing it?

 on: December 10, 2012, 01:18:40 PM 
Started by geoffjohnson - Last post by BeckyMalaria
I haven't received a reply to my email inquiry to NeoFinder support (not a very good sign,) but I think I've answered my question, in the negative, after finding the following info in the User Guide:

"If two copies of NeoFinder change the very same catalog at the same time, results can be unpredictable. In most company structures, that is no real problem. One or more administrators work with the catalog data, add new catalogs, or modify existing ones. The vast majority of users will use NeoFinder only to browse and search the catalogs." Then it goes on to tell you to set all users to read access only using your server software, except for the administrator.

How can you describe such an application as multi-user if only one person can have write access at a time?

This is the page with networking info and that's not specified anywhere... seems misleading!


 on: December 05, 2012, 08:10:21 AM 
Started by Arlen - Last post by Paul_S
Well if you follow the link to his Blog you will see it is all Lightroom now.  I guess follow where the gravy train goes. Wink

 on: December 04, 2012, 03:19:49 AM 
Started by Sim - Last post by Sim
Hi Sim,

I am interested whether you found a solution that fits your requirements?

No, not really Sad

 on: December 01, 2012, 09:16:32 AM 
Started by Garth Wunsch - Last post by Garth Wunsch
SOLVED my problem. I was writing to an external HD  and it was full, but no message to that end. I had forgotten how much space was dedicated to Time Machine backup.
Garth Wunsch

 on: November 30, 2012, 08:31:43 AM 
Started by Garth Wunsch - Last post by Garth Wunsch
LR quit importing images made with Nikon D700 part way through a card. Just came to a sudden stop.
Won't work with a different card either.
Also tried a different reader with a card from my Canon, No Go!
Message says images were not imported because the files could not be read.
Destinations all appear OK

Any ideas please?


Nikon D700 shooting RAW
Canon G12 shooting Raw
Imac OS X V. 10.5.8
LR V. 3.3
Camera Raw V. 6.6

 on: November 29, 2012, 03:21:58 PM 
Started by Arlen - Last post by Roelof
It would be really nice to hear what Peter thinks today of Media Pro, or the other options out there.
I'm very curious also

 on: November 29, 2012, 09:03:26 AM 
Started by geoffjohnson - Last post by BeckyMalaria
I downloaded the demo and will be trying it out today. I was really excited to see it allegedly supports networking. If it can really handle multiple users that would be a HUGE factor for us!! I realize this is almost a year later but have you tried it out?


 on: November 29, 2012, 08:57:37 AM 
Started by BeckyMalaria - Last post by BeckyMalaria
Hi Roelef,

Sorry I never responded!

I haven't posted on the Phase One site about this issue yet. I did some searches in their knowledge base and found this article:

I tried the suggested steps and it unfortunately did not fix my problem. However, in the course of playing around with the problematic files I noticed that they did not seem to have an embedded color profile at all. I opened some up in Photoshop and assigned a color profile (after discussing it with a friend in publishing I selected EUROSCALE COATED v2), saved and closed.

The new thumbnails in EM after a rebuild look good! I tried other CMYK profiles in Photoshop, but this seemed to look the best in EM. I searched EM for all CMYK images with no color profile, opened in Photoshop, and ran a custom Action to assign the color profile, save, close.

It doesn't totally solve my problem as I still have wonky looking CMYK jpegs (I don't want to do a lossy save after assigning a color profile, and I haven't found a way to assign a color profile without having to re-save the file after to make it stick.) But my tiffs look good, so that's a positive step!


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