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Aerjen
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Hi,

I was wondering if you also use software to organize a constantly growing library of images. I'm looking for something which is able to add meta-tags and preview all kinds of formats (ai, jpg, psd, pdf, etc...). Next to that batch renaming would also be nice. Any pointers are most welcome :-)

- Aerjen

Aerjen
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Is there really nobody...

Who organizes his illustrations :-( Or am I just impatient?

- Aerjen

truekid games
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i just group them in folders

i just group them in folders based on how i'm going to use them, which is far from the searchable software you're looking for... sorry i can't be much help :/

Aerjen
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Thanks

Well, thanks for the reply anyway :-) I do have the folders organized, but I start to get overlapping categories. That's the reason I'm looking for something more searchable.

EdWedig
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Picassa? I believe that it

Picassa? I believe that it allows you to tag photos and images. That way, an image could be in multiple categories at once.

-Ed Wedig
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Offering graphic and web designer services to small publishers, since 2004.

Aerjen
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Found it: Adobe Bridge

I tried Picasa and am quite impressed, but unfortunately it can't read my illustrator files. This prompted me to try to get Adobe Bridge working. It took a bit of time, but it seems like it can do what I want. Thanks again for the advice.

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