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 21 
 on: January 23, 2014, 01:16:38 PM 
Started by alexramsay - Last post by Roelof
Go to the Library module Metadata menu and choose “Update DNG Previews &
Metadata.” This rebuilds the JPEG previews that are contained within the DNG
Roelof

 22 
 on: January 23, 2014, 11:09:41 AM 
Started by alexramsay - Last post by alexramsay
Hi - absolute beginner with Lightroom - I'm using v5.3, and would like to know whether the embedded full-size dng previews accurately reflect any changes made (as iView used to do).

Thanks,
Alex

 23 
 on: December 09, 2013, 06:05:42 AM 
Started by alexramsay - Last post by alexramsay
Solved the first question (idiotically simple, just needed to be much more precise when clicking) but still can't make the folders change colour when set to auto update - any thoughts?

Alex Ramsay

 24 
 on: December 09, 2013, 04:23:11 AM 
Started by Charlie Dunton - Last post by alexramsay
Similar problem (also on a Mac), but this time it's the divider below the catalog sets window that won't move, whatever I do. Tried your solution but unfortunately it doesn't help

Alex Ramsay

 25 
 on: December 09, 2013, 04:13:12 AM 
Started by alexramsay - Last post by alexramsay
Hi - just installed EM2 on a new Mac after years of happily using IVMP. 2 questions - I seem to be unable to move the 'hierarchical keywords' divider downwards - it's stuck at the top so that I can barely see the 'catalog fields'. Next, I can't change the colour of folders and sub-folders set to auto-update, as could be done in IVMP, so there seems to be no way of confirming whether they are updating. Has anyone else come across these problems and found a solution?

Thanks,
Alex Ramsay

 26 
 on: November 29, 2013, 01:49:06 AM 
Started by Mathew Farrell - Last post by Mathew Farrell
Hi everybody. So far, I've found that Dr Brown's Image Processor Pro is the most convenient way to resize a folder full of images (to create web sized JPGs, for example).

I say most convenient, however on my system Image Processor Pro won't process more than about 250 images at once. It get a "No images Processed. Perhaps Empty folder?" error (not verbatim). This number of images that can be processed varies, perhaps with RAM usage, but I'm not sure. Bridge CS6s canned Image Processor can handle all ~2900 images at once.

I'm using Bridge and Photoshop CS6 on a modern Windows 8 machine (16GB RAM, Intel Core i7 3930k CPU @ 3.2GHz) and a separate ~200GB scratch disk)
Whatever method I use to process this many images via Bridge+PS (Bridge Batch of my own scripts, Bridge Image Processor, Dr Brown's image Processor Pro) takes a long time to start (several minutes to bring up the batch/script dialogue then tens of minutes for PS to start working), and is potentially pretty unstable whilst processing. This is related to how many images I have selected to process. Is this standard behaviour?

On a related note, I have recorded several actions to batch common actions (such as adding a clipping path based on transparency). The trouble with some of these actions is that they won't work on all images (some have no transparency, in this example). These images remain open in PS, and eventually clog RAM and stall the process. Without delving into scripting, can anyone think of any ways to clear out these non-processed images?

Cheers
Mat

 27 
 on: November 20, 2013, 09:07:34 AM 
Started by Emile - Last post by Bill Lewis
Hi Emile,

I don't know of an automated solution for you problem. I believe the best way to proceed would be to investigate the migration procedures in the Dam Book and/or dpBestflow's Migration writeup   http://dpbestflow.org/links/41   This will certainly take a good chunk of time but if you put in a little bit of time each day it shouldn't be too painful. Regardless of the workflow you use to get the job done be sure that you incorporate validated transfers using SyncBack, ChronoSync or a similar application.

Bill Lewis

 28 
 on: November 18, 2013, 07:08:12 AM 
Started by Emile - Last post by Emile
After more than a decade of shooting digitally, I have literally 100s of CDs and DVDs containing archived images that I want to back up to hard drives.  I can't imagine doing this one CD/DVD at a time.  I started doing it, and it's just too mind numbing.

Does anyone have a recommendation of how to automate this process? 

I am willing to buy the necessary hardware if there is a hardware solution someone can recommend. 

Thanks in advance for any and all advice and recommendations.

Emile Wamsteker

 29 
 on: November 13, 2013, 01:26:34 PM 
Started by K.Murat - Last post by K.Murat
Greetings,

Daminion Software, have released version 2.0 of their desktop client/server DAM system of the same name.  The new features include:

  • Improved export (no longer strips metadata and a preset editor)
  • Administrator control over import settings
  • Dropbox integration
  • Export metadata to CSV

There are some other bug fixes and smaller enhancements such as improved XMP support.  Taken collectively, these appear to be quite wide ranging in terms of general improvements.  This is from the Dropbox integration write-up on their blog.

“This experimental feature allows you to share your images with various devices such as Tablets, Macs, Mobiles or the Web. For example, you can select 50 Camera RAW images, drag them to a tag named Publish\Dropbox\MyIPADPresentation and all your images will be converted to iPAD-friendly JPEG format with 2000px resolution that can be found in the Dropbox\MyIPADPresentation. All image conversions and image optimizations will be performed on the fly.”


 30 
 on: September 04, 2013, 11:05:21 AM 
Started by Mark Weidman - Last post by stevod
^Looks like a nice projector.  How are you getting on with it.

Stephen

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