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Impression asset archiving for Mac OS X
Ilse Jurriën : February 24th 2006 - 05:30 CET
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ImpressionImpression digital archiving for Mac OS X : Impression is a straightforward, reliable digital archiving application for OS X. It can archive any size of pool of assets to a set of multiple optical discs (CD and DVD) or to disk images on any mounted hard drive (i.e. - FireWire drive, network server, iPod, etc). Other noteworthy features include an automatic scheduling system, incremental/differential archiving operations, the preservation of all HFS+/Spotlight metadata, after-write file verification and bookmark-based management features. New to version 3.0 comes an automatic scheduler that works in conjunction with Apple’s iCal, performance increases under Mac OS X 10.4, a few bug fixes and a number of other requested enhancements.
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Additionally Impression now offers a full manual offering a full compliment of step-by-step how-to information, answers to popular questions and workarounds for the occasional odd issue. Due to the increasing costs of continued development for the Mac platform, Impression’s price will be increasing to $99 on April 1, 2006. Educational and volume pricing will see similar increases. Updates to Impression are always free to registered operators. Volume licensing and educational discounts are available. Impression regularly costs US$49, and a 15-day trial version is available from the Babel Company’s website.

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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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