Accurate catalog migration using previews

Understanding how and when to migrate Previews

Avalanche has the ability to use exisiting previews in your source catalog to migrate an additional high-fidelity version of some of your images. 
To understand how and when to use this feature, we created a dedicated video on your YouTube channel.

Enjoy!
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