I'd be interested to know what do you use to catalogue your artwork archives? (If you're into design of course.) I was using Extensis Portfolio, but after the 28th CD it can't handle the size of the file anymore (48MB). Wish there was an alternative. Thanks!<br><br>http://raszl.net
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I guess it depends on what you need cataloged. If all you need is the name of a file cataloged, you have a lot of options. If however, you need a "thumbnail/preview" of each image, then Portoflio is quite good. There is also Cumulus, but it's expensive.<br><br>I have over 100 CD's in a catalog and it's only about 22mb. There is an option of a "high res or low res" preview. Try using low-res.<br><br>Unfortunately, Porftfolio is the king of the hill. And there aren't too many other options.<br><br><br>[color:red]What? I don't understand. What?</font color=red>
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I'm a bad example because most of my stuff at home is web design, and that's pretty easy to squeeze on a CD, considering it's all lo-res graphics and text (HTML) files!<br><br>Why not splurge for a Superdrive and start burning the stuff to DVD's?<br><br>[color:orange]Hey! Wait a 'minute'....</font color=orange>
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