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Impression v2.8 with OS X 10.4 a.k.a "Tiger"
Mark Peters : May 17th 2005 - 14:45 CET
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ImpressionImpression v2.8 OS X to move large amounts of data : Impression automates data and asset archiving for OS X by specializing in moving large amounts of data to spanned DVD/CD sets or to mounted drives for offline storage. Other noteworthy features include the preservation of all HFS+/Spotlight meta-data, after-write file verification and bookmark-based management features. New to version 2.8 comes 'Tiger’ compatibility (a.k.a. OS X 10.4), cross-platform HFS+/ISO9660/Joliet disc burning, support for burning multiple copies of each archive disc, automatic archiving of Spotlight meta-data and a number of other enhancements. Starting April 29th, Impression will enjoy a 72-hour sale to mark the introduction of OS X 10.4, a.k.a 'Tiger’.
Impression v2.8 with OS X 10.4 a.k.a "Tiger"Impression - Pricing and Availability
It’s price will be discounted deeply to US$29 until the end of the day on May 1, PDT time. Impression has never offered a sale before; take advantage of this great price! Sale starts just after midnight on the morning of April 29th, PDT time. Impression regularly costs US$49, and a 15-day trial version is available from the Babel Company’s website. Updates to Impression are always (and will always be) free to registered operators. Volume licensing and educational discounts are available.

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Photographers, DAM engineers and other professionals who deal with high volume data transfer to offline storage media find Impression invaluable in managing their archiving operations. Folks who need to back up their valuable data to spanned CD/DVD sets or locally-mounted drives benefit from Impression’s thorough data handing procedures and after-write data verification.

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