And to clarify, graphics are not very compressible without dataloss.

Very compressible, but at a loss.  Meaning, a file in native 
Photoshop format could be 10MB in size, but saved as a JPEG image you 
can get it down to 1MB (depending on content, of course), but at a 
loss of quality.  Not what a backup program should do.  :)

>on 3/1/01 2:12 PM, Danial O'Donnoll at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>>>>   I am very happy with this as graphics files are very compressible (sp?).
>I missed the NOT in the above statement.
>I backup graphics files mostly that's why I get only 34-35 gig on a
>compressed tape.

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