TimeToPhoto – how to save original file name

TimeToPhoto creates copies of original photos while processing them. Starting from TimeToPhoto 2.8, the program adds “_timestamp” to the names of created photo files. This way, if the user accidentally selects the folder containing originals for saving processed photos, they will not be overwritten. If you want your processed photos to have the same names …

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APFill Ink Coverage Calculator: Which version of GhostScript to use?

APFill uses the GhostScript 9.XX library for processing PDF, PS and EPS files. When APFill is used on a 64-bit operating system, you need to install a 64-bit version of GhostScript. If the GhostScript library is not installed in the system, APFill will show a corresponding warning at program start and will suggest downloading the …

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Additional backup folders.

Once the main backup file has been created, APBackup enables you to save it to 3 additional folders (on a local disk, on a portable drive and in a network location) and upload it to an FTP server (in this case, the server acts as the fourth additional folder). You can specify unique file names …

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How to identify the source of an error arising when an APBackup task is executed using an external archiver?

APBackup allows you to run backup tasks using both the built-in Zip64 archiver and the majority of external archivers. To configure an external archiver for use with APBackup, you need to create/edit an external archiver configuration file (*.EMC). The APBackup distribution package contains configuration files for the most popular tools: WinRar, WinZip, Arj, 7-Zip, etc. …

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Synchronization mode in APBackup

APBackup 3.5 features a synchronization mode for modes without compression, i.e. copy and FTP copy modes. When in the synchronization mode, APBackup creates an archive and updates it each time the corresponding task is started, so the archive becomes an exact copy of the source after each task launch. The synchronization mode is normally used …

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Configuring incremental and differential backups in APBackup

Today, we will explain how you can use APBackup to configure incremental and differential backups . Users often use APBackup for making complete backups where files are saved to the same folder or a new archive each time a backup is made using the date format and the archive depth value. However, if you need …

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Using APFill for automatic calculation of ink/toner coverage of PDF/PS files

APFill is intended for calculating toner/ink coverage in PDF or PS files. It allows you to estimate the cost of printing a specific file. APFill separately measures CMYK, as well as up to 8 other colors in a file. Besides, APFill can also calculate ink coverage for bitmap formats, such as TIFF, JPG and BMP …

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