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Version Control in FotoStation

This guide deals with how version control works in FotoStation.
Version control is a feature that keeps any number of versions of an asset when it is updated, making it possible to revisit older versions and, optionally, restore them. Versions are kept both when changes are made to the assets themselves - such as editing an image in Photoshop - as well as when changes are made to an asset's metadata. In FotoStation you can see a marker for all assets that have a version history.

Version control is only supported in Index Manager archives and must be enabled per index in the server configuration.



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