Adobe for Artifacts

23 Oct 2007 - 11:58am
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Chris Pallé
2007

To those who're using CS for deliverables:
Anybody taking advantage of Version Cue? Thoughts? Feelings

I'm just introducing CS (they're used to MS, word, visio, etc) to the
workflow here and it seems this might make life a little easier here,
but my main concern is document metadata. We're using CS2 and trying
to display metadata in the documents seems like it should be
straightforward, but I cannot find it anywhere.

Any other thoughts, suggestions about the transition?

Thanks for your help-
CP

chris.pallé, {human} experience design
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chris.palle at blueflameinteractive.com
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23 Oct 2007 - 12:55pm
Ty Hatch
2007

Chris,

CS3 made some huge leaps in making this easier to do. And Bridge is
actually a much better program now as well. CS2's Bridge was a dog.
Memory hog and crashed all the time on me. The new Bridge is amazing,
I wish they sold it as a stand alone app so some of my internal
client's at work could use it. Things with CS3 you can do: star
rating, label and then sort based on them. View all images in a
folder (including child folders/directories) Inject metadata, batch
process for Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. A very powerful little app.
Still kind of memory hungry though.

-ty

23 Oct 2007 - 1:38pm
Chris Pallé
2007

Thanks, Ty.
Yeah, I was afraid of that. They have CS2 and an upgrade is probably
not going to happen.
It just seems like there should be at least simple stuff like document
name, creation date, etc. for which I can find dynamic fields.

Chris Palle, {human} experience
blue flame interactive
732-513-3570
http://blueflameinteractive.com
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On Oct 23, 2007, at 2:55 PM, Ty Hatch <newsletters at tyhatch.com> wrote:

> Chris,
>
> CS3 made some huge leaps in making this easier to do. And Bridge is
> actually a much better program now as well. CS2's Bridge was a dog.
> Memory hog and crashed all the time on me. The new Bridge is
> amazing, I wish they sold it as a stand alone app so some of my
> internal client's at work could use it. Things with CS3 you can do:
> star rating, label and then sort based on them. View all images in a
> folder (including child folders/directories) Inject metadata, batch
> process for Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. A very powerful little app.
> Still kind of memory hungry though.
>
> -ty
>
> On Oct 23, 2007, at 12:58 PM, Chris Pallé wrote:
>
> To those who're using CS for deliverables:
> Anybody taking advantage of Version Cue? Thoughts? Feelings
>
> I'm just introducing CS (they're used to MS, word, visio, etc) to the
> workflow here and it seems this might make life a little easier here,
> but my main concern is document metadata. We're using CS2 and trying
> to display metadata in the documents seems like it should be
> straightforward, but I cannot find it anywhere.
>
> Any other thoughts, suggestions about the transition?
>
> Thanks for your help-
> CP
>
>
>
> chris.pallé, {human} experience design
> --------------------------------------------------------
> blue flame interactive
> 732.513.3570
> chris.palle at blueflameinteractive.com
> http://blueflameinteractive.com
> http://www.linkedin.com/in/chrispalle
>
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