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Old 10-18-2005, 07:28 AM   #1
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Default Basic OSX Asset Mgt. software?

I need to catalog 18 CDs of images. They're from an old clip art collection and come with some search terms / keywords already in their metadata. I'd very much like to retain and use those keywords, too. It will make my searching ever so much easier! Is the old Extensis product, Portfolio, still good for this? Is there something better?

I used to use Portfolio and had all these things fully cataloged, but in the switch to new machines and the big 1800 mile move last year I lost all that and must start from scratch. Pronto. There are two projects for which I need stuff from this collection now.

Or am I being dim and don't know to use something already built into OSX? Remember, I need to retain the images' built-in keywords if at all possible!

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