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Get your Photoshop version control for free -- Timeline giveaway!

Hopefully by now you've read my review of Timeline and decided whether you want a copy or not. In a nutshell though, Timeline is a front-end for Subversion (SVN) version control within Photoshop. It automates the process of checking files in and out -- that's it. I want to say that casual users probably won't find Timeline very exciting -- but is there such a thing as casual Photoshop users when...

Timeline integrates Photoshop with Subversion (SVN) for full version control

My name's Sebastian, I'm a photographer, and I have a problem: I take lots of photos at an excruciatingly high resolution. If 20 megabyte RAW files weren't bad enough, by the time each photo goes through my Photoshop workflow they're 50-100MB each. But that's OK -- I just keep buying terabyte drives. I'm a junky like that! The real problems occur when it comes to editing: sometimes I make...

Dev Chair : Beanstalk is Subversion without the hassle

Subversion is arguably the world's most popular source control system, and many a developer's best friend. It keeps things organized, it helps you gracefully recover from your mistakes, and it makes managing branches and versions of your projects dead simple. What isn't always dead simple is setting up or managing the Subversion repository. Sure, the software is free but, your developer's time...

AutoVer's Got Your Back(up)

Fireworks, parades, unicorns made of ice cream, pleasant leprechauns doing amusing jigs; these things are fun. Backing up files is not. If you disagree with this you may be a loser. Check that, you are a loser. Or a network admin. Wait, that should read AND a network admin. Boring network geeks aside, backing up files is important. Much like prostate exams. Important, but painful. If you're not...

Dev Chair : Getting the most out of version control

So you've picked a version control system and successfully installed/configured it. Now it's time to figure out how to get the most out of all this newfound power. The What What kind of files would you want to put under version control? Anything and everything! Seriously, everything that you work on every hour of the day makes a perfect candidate for version control....