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Thread: Window Explorer or Adobe Bridge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamp View Post
    I use ThumbsPlus
    http://www.cerious.com/
    I think it very good, it keeps thumbnails of images. support eps ai psd pdf etc.
    And is much more agile Adobe Bridge.
    This ThumbPlus is kind of an ACDSee. And ACDSee is the best, but too complex for me. I use Picasa many years now. Simplicity of its interface is what I like best.

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    I'd always go with Windows Explorer, native functionality within the OS and it's one less software to have open. Unless you need some specific cross-functionality

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    I have to agree with RayTrace77. I use Windows Explorer for the most of the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbanRider View Post
    I would like to know which one is main stream.

    99% of the time I use Windows Explorer, only use Bridge to browse vectorial previews


    What about you guys?
    Windows Explorer in windows 7 here mate... brige is pain in the butt for me... corel connect isn't that bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by vslviv View Post
    bridge so slow!
    Slow to open, difficult to navigate and when you are trying to organize files you have to use explorer.

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    I had to get used to Bridge (it's slow on not so fast computers) but now I wouldn't want to miss it anymore and advise it to everyone working in the graphics (even if handling and previewing graphics files in Mac OSx which I use is great).

    - It can browse RAW files and it's connection to Camera Raw is great - you can load up similar files that need the same treatment (correction and such) and apply it to them all
    - File management - filtering, selecting, sorting, labeling and tagging (xmp), really useful in every bigger than small projects.;
    - Use Photoshop batches on selected files;
    - Output Contact Sheets of photo's (or other supported files) to PDF or Web Gallery;
    - Batch renaming of files (auto-re-numbering, meta-data, etc.);
    - auto-group similar photo's for panorama creation;
    - etc.

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    Im using bridge and im happy with that

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    I use bridge to select photos. The Review mode is very useful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masseria View Post
    I Use window explorer.. and i organize it with my own system.. (Personal Software) My own system uploads all new works to a database and show me pending works. with a jpeg preview. and name it with a number..
    That sounds very interesting to me. I am not completely satisfied with bridge or any other ones. Can you share a little bit how you set up your own system? What technology you used for that? Thanks

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    What sense has this questions? Using bridge as a preview thumbnail program as explorer is diminish its concepts and use.
    I use bridge as a document history manager, see the document color profile , what kind of camera and profile of a document, size, resolution and so on....
    Explorer is used to explore and nothing else.....
    No meaning to compare them.....

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    Mini bridge for the win, Explorer is really limited concerning preview size...

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    Bridge is the best solution available to browse folders of raster and vector images.

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    Windows Explorer for general use because it's faster and Bridge for viewing multiple psd and ai at the same time, so 75% of the time Explorer and 25% Bridge. :)

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    +1 Bridge is the best solution available to browse folders of raster and vector images.

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    Only bridge

    I am using MAC.. i preferred Bridge

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