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I am repeating myself here, but...:

Really nice DAMs out there already. For example iMatch, DigiKam, Daminion, Photo Supreme, and many more (including open source ones).

Some searching led me to this page - which mirrors my opinion. Always plan for contingencies - is there an escape route? Software may be discontinued (or go rental only, in spite of "a certain company's promises").

https://www.bkwinephotography.com/technology/found-best-digital-asset-management-dam-system/

Don't confuse a DAM and a RAW processor/developer, btw.

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