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Editing epson-protected images

Can Epson-protected images be edited without causing the images to fail the verification test?

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No, if an IAS image is edited it will fail the verification test. If you need to edit an image, a copy of an unaltered Epson-protected image can be made for editing purposes, keeping the original image unaltered.

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No, if an IAS image is edited it will fail the verification test. If you need to edit an image, a copy of an unaltered Epson-protected image can be made for editing purposes, keeping the original image unaltered.

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No, if an IAS image is edited it will fail the verification test. If you need to edit an image, a copy of an unaltered Epson-protected image can be made for editing purposes, keeping the original image unaltered.
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Can images be renamed without causing them to fail the verification test?

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