If you are using free Revel for the first 30 days, then you can create 2 different libraries to have your images separated. During the first 30 days you have all of the features of Revel Premium. You would just have to switch libraries but clicking on the "Gear" settings icon and select the other library. You can also create a new album in your library to help organize your images. How are you using Revel? Are you using the Mac app, Ipad or Iphone? If you are using Adoberevel.com, then you wont see any options for setting up the libraries. I thought I confirm of how you were using Revel.
Please see our faq "How do I upload photos to Revel" http://forums.adobe.com/message/5114160#5114160
Revel filters out duplicates based on file byte comparisons (aka. hashing or checksumming). Revel will not filter images that are edited copies of originals.
Revel doesn't look at file names when determining whether images are duplicates, but considers the binary contents of the files. If the file contents are exactly the same, then Revel flags them as duplicates regardless of filename and other properties.
When there are two photos with the same pixel data--but one has some metadata added, or is of a different file format, then images are not considered as being duplicates.
Albums should transfer, though the organizational structure will flatten (Revel doesn't current supported nested albums, aka subfolders)
Let me know if you have any other questions
Thank u. I haven't had a chance to try your suggestion but appreciate the response.
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Ok sounds good. Just let us know if you need any further assistance