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Part: I Organizing Items in the Catalog > Finding Images, Movies, and Audio Fil...

Chapter 5. Finding Images, Movies, and Audio Files

IN THIS CHAPTER:

33 About Finding Items in the Catalog

34 Find Items with the Same Marker

35 Find Items of the Same Media Type

36 Find Items with Similar Filenames

37 Find Items with the Same Caption or Note

38 Find Items with the Same Date

39 Find Items Within a Date Range

40 Find Items with the Same History

41 Find Images with Similar Color

42 Hide Items You Don't Generally Use

You'll know your digital photos, audio files, and movies are truly and properly organized when you're able to quickly locate any item in the catalog without struggling to recall its exact filename or the folder you saved it in. If you had to organize photographs, movies, and audio files with Windows alone, you'd probably create an organized system of folders, and then attempt to save each file in an appropriate folder. This limited method of organization quickly leads to all sorts of problems. Suppose that you have a photo of your two kids seated with their granddad and uncle beneath the Christmas tree. Do you file the image in the Christmas folder? Or in the Kids, Granddad, or Uncle folder? Or do you place multiple copies of the image in several folders, wasting disk space?


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