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    Re: Internet Security With MacIntosh

    In case anyone is interested, I've found that a Mac program which replaces BB Pro quite well is Photo Mechanic at http://www.camerabits.com/site/index.html

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    Re: Internet Security With MacIntosh

    Sean,

    Does Photo Mechanic work with M8 & Nikon D3 files? By looking at their site, I can't find our what RAW files are supported.

    If using Capture One, I liked using IView Media Pro now Expressions Media for all the sorting, rating, Exif info, etc... However, It is slow to preview D3 files and only shows the small imbedded JPEG for the M8. Therefore, on the M8 I can't do any light table zooms to check focus or fine detail when selecting.

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    Re: Internet Security With MacIntosh

    I just tried it with my M8 and some D300 files and it read them perfectly. I also was able to ingest the images from the card reader with all of the functionality that I had with Downloader Pro and then some. You have to set it in preferences to render the preview from the RAW file instead of the embedded jpeg
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    Re: Internet Security With MacIntosh

    Thank you Carlos.

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    Re: Internet Security With MacIntosh

    FYI - Photo Mechanic uses the OS RAW engine, so it will support any RAW file Leopard can read, and is updated when Leopard is updated.
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    Re: Internet Security With MacIntosh

    Another Update: I have Photo Mechanic ingesting images as previously reported, but now have it writing them to my local hard drive and a network server (Windows Home Server w 1.5TB of storage) simultaneously. I have it configured to match the directrory structure on both sites, but you can set it up with custom structures in each one. Very slick.
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    Re: Internet Security With MacIntosh

    There is at least one OS-X virus in the wild and some other threats. Just before I retired from the University, we were in the process of deploying Sophos Anti-virus on the Mac's on campus and in use by faculity.

    I've got it for my home Mac system. Expect more security problems with Macs as they gain market share.

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