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    Auto Backup Adobe Bridge CS6

    We have decided to carry my wife's reasonably fast Lenovo notebook computer and her I-pad on our trip to Europe. My older HP notebook computer is just too slow and with too little RAM to think about using?

    Can I set up Adobe Bridge CS6 so that it automatically copies the RAW files to the notebook hard drive and to an external hard drive, with a USB connection, as it opens the RAW files from my CF Card? This would speed up my workflow on the upcoming trip to Europe. CS6 is installed on her computer...

    If so, how do I do it? Thanks in advance for any help...

    I don't plan on editing the photos to any great extent but may just convert a couple of images to JPEG in order to email them to friends and family. This would be absolutely minimal. I don't expect to spend my time on the trip editing images - I expect to be shooting. Post procressing will be a task reserved for after I return home...
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    Re: Auto Backup Adobe Bridge CS6

    Richard: you can set up bridge to down load the files to whatever folder you want along with a copy to another folder. Once bridge opens and before you hit "Get Media", check of boxes to tell bridge what and where you want things. One of the things I have it do is after it down loads is to delete the card.

    Cheers:

    Allan

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    Re: Auto Backup Adobe Bridge CS6

    Thanks Allan, I should have remembered that but, if I take a coffee break, I need to be retrained!

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