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Adobe Bridge

This year, we decided to use Bridge at PIC and as a consequence, I am using it at VU as well. It is turing out to be a fine piece of software, and has only 1 drawback compared to iView Media Pro. The location of the files you work with. In iView Media Pro, I was able to see thumbnails of the images regardless off the location of the disks, with Bridge; the disk needs to be attached directly to the computer running Bridge, in theory I suspect it will run over a network but have yet to try that.

It is now hard to tell when I am learning the software and when I am using it, as I have a new camera. So i'd say I have clocked up another 6 or more hours of PD on the software.

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