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#1: Extracting FMP6 Embedded images

Posted on 2008-04-11 04:16:17 by Peter Sturges

I have some databases that contain large numbers of scanned images. They
are approaching the 2GB limit and so I want to export the images and
instead use references. We have a large Windows server system.

I know, FMP 8-9 is the way to go, but it would mean an expense of
several thousand K for our multi use environment just to solve this
singular problem - all the other databases are very happy. The boss
won't like that.

I found a free plugin online that does this but it only works on OS9 and
FMP 5.5. Any ideas? I'm willing to pay for a good solution.

Thank you.

Peter

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#2: Re: Extracting FMP6 Embedded images

Posted on 2008-04-11 04:37:20 by Remi-Noel Menegaux

I guess the Troi File Plugin could be an excellent candidate.
I am not 100% sure it does what you ask for - while I strongly believe so,
as I used it for years - and you can check at www.troi.com, they have all
versions, with 'precooked' examples, that can be used as such..
Remi-Noel

"Peter Sturges" <ogusa@lava.net> a écrit dans le message de
news:ogusa-E3DB8A.16161610042008@sn-radius.vsrv-sjc.supernew s.net...
>I have some databases that contain large numbers of scanned images. They
> are approaching the 2GB limit and so I want to export the images and
> instead use references. We have a large Windows server system.
>
> I know, FMP 8-9 is the way to go, but it would mean an expense of
> several thousand K for our multi use environment just to solve this
> singular problem - all the other databases are very happy. The boss
> won't like that.
>
> I found a free plugin online that does this but it only works on OS9 and
> FMP 5.5. Any ideas? I'm willing to pay for a good solution.
>
> Thank you.
>
> Peter

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#3: Re: Extracting FMP6 Embedded images

Posted on 2008-04-16 00:03:39 by David Simpson

FmPro Migrator ($100) can also extract container field data and write it to
your local hard disk.

http://www.fmpromigrator.com/products/fmpro_migrator/fmpro_m igrator_overview.html
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David Simpson
www.fmpromigrator.com

"Peter Sturges" <ogusa@lava.net> wrote in message
news:ogusa-E3DB8A.16161610042008@sn-radius.vsrv-sjc.supernew s.net...
>I have some databases that contain large numbers of scanned images. They
> are approaching the 2GB limit and so I want to export the images and
> instead use references. We have a large Windows server system.
>
> I know, FMP 8-9 is the way to go, but it would mean an expense of
> several thousand K for our multi use environment just to solve this
> singular problem - all the other databases are very happy. The boss
> won't like that.
>
> I found a free plugin online that does this but it only works on OS9 and
> FMP 5.5. Any ideas? I'm willing to pay for a good solution.
>
> Thank you.
>
> Peter

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