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Working with iLook IXimager Images

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Doug
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Working with iLook IXimager Images

Post Posted: Nov 19, 13 21:10

Good Afternoon,

We have some image files that were captured using iLook IXimager version 2.1 from December 24th 2007.

We are struggling to find a way of interpreting or converting the image files.

I know that I have spoken to a few of you on here to see if you may have access to a copy of the program but I have had no luck so far tracking one down.

Maybe you have a copy sat on a file share somewhere in amongst old versions of software? Maybe you still have it installed and operational on a computer?


Please let me know if you can help.  

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EricZimmerman
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Re: Working with iLook IXimager Images

Post Posted: Nov 20, 13 05:30

i dont have a copy, but its my understanding you need to use ILook to convert the image to something that the rest of the world can use.

I know NW3C is teaching it, so it may be worth reaching out to someone there to see if something can be done.  
 
  

Adam10541
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Re: Working with iLook IXimager Images

Post Posted: Nov 20, 13 07:12

- Doug

Conversations with the developer are on-going but have not been fruitful yet.


I find that quite concerning.

Are they saying that don't know how to do it themselves, or is this simply a matter of them wanting you to buy the software to access it?

I've never been a fan of any software that uses proprietary imaging formats over the DD or E01 standards.  
 
  

EricZimmerman
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Re: Working with iLook IXimager Images

Post Posted: Nov 20, 13 07:22

Oh they know how to do it. Their software can convert it to a usable format.  
 
  

Doug
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Re: Working with iLook IXimager Images

Post Posted: Nov 20, 13 14:24

Contact has been made with Jim Baker at Perlustro and help has been provided.

Thank you for peoples time and assistance.  
 

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