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by Stephen
10 Apr 18 4:34
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Need help with script/macro
Replies: 15
Views: 599

Re: Need help with script/macro

These are professional coders :-)
A good idea to colour code the files in this way. I just hope that I can find this tip when I need it.
by Stephen
21 Mar 18 19:05
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Capture One Pro 9 with Photo Supreme Workflow
Replies: 81
Views: 16786

Re: Capture One Pro 9 with Photo Supreme Workflow

As you are cascading, PSu possibly solves my problem for you automatically.

I has since found out that by right clicking and converting the metadata to XMP, that the camera meta data can be recovered (thanks Hert of the tip) :D
by Stephen
19 Mar 18 20:37
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Capture One Pro 9 with Photo Supreme Workflow
Replies: 81
Views: 16786

Re: Capture One Pro 9 with Photo Supreme Workflow

<<<Very happy with PSu and CO11, with the occasional moments of frustration with both :) I just bought the CO upgrade from version 9 to 11 without testing it first. Version 9 had solved the problem of eating all the camera meta data and so for me was much better than previous versions, However, I no...
by Stephen
14 Mar 18 23:46
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: PSu, Luminar 2018 and Aurora 2018
Replies: 2
Views: 918

Re: PSu, Luminar 2018 and Aurora 2018

Version 3.3.0.2605 running on Mac EL Capitan will show the .lmnr files, although personally I don't know why you would want to see them.

However, Luminar destroys the headline, description, keywords and copyright information in the exported jpeg after processing a raw file.
by Stephen
08 Mar 18 0:52
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Filter or macro?
Replies: 4
Views: 500

Re: Filter or macro?

Many thanks for the tips
by Stephen
07 Mar 18 4:48
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Filter or macro?
Replies: 4
Views: 500

Re: Filter or macro?

Thanks, I have not used dynamic search much. I started by saving just a dynamic search where the custom field is "not equal to yes". I should note that this field is not always populated. Sometimes it contains yes, sometimes no, and sometimes nothing at all. This is significant as I need to filter o...
by Stephen
07 Mar 18 1:25
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Filter or macro?
Replies: 4
Views: 500

Filter or macro?

I'm trying to filter around 13,000 images with the same city name.
Then:
Only those in jpg format
and with red or yellow colour coding
but NOT those marked with the custom code "yes".

Any ideas on the best way to do this please?

Thanks
by Stephen
10 Feb 18 15:51
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Recommended process for importing from Aperture?
Replies: 4
Views: 357

Re: Recommended process for importing from Aperture?

Test the free trial for "Aperture Exporter". I believe the full version cost only 15US$, which is a cheap divorce bill to leave an Apple product! AND search this forum for my thread. I'm sure that I explained it in detail, including the things not to do.
by Stephen
08 Feb 18 17:26
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Recommended process for importing from Aperture?
Replies: 4
Views: 357

Re: Recommended process for importing from Aperture?

When I converted from Aperture a few years ago, I first used an app called Aperture Exporter. At the time PSu either didn't do what I want or I couldn't work out how to use the feature. My task is documented somewhere in this forum, but I'm about to travel so I cannot tell you where it is. Good luck.
by Stephen
06 Feb 18 15:43
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Photo Supreme version 4
Replies: 2
Views: 438

Photo Supreme version 4

Wow, that looks good! I can't wait for the time to try it out. Thanks. :D
by Stephen
05 Feb 18 15:08
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Multiple questions
Replies: 7
Views: 664

Re: Multiple questions

I don't think there is a right or a wrong way. My line of thought from the outset was just to have everything catalogued in PSu initially*, even if images are not immediately edited (in C1 or whatever) and used. They are always in PSu for future use and can be found easily. * This also suited my wor...
by Stephen
04 Feb 18 15:06
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: POLL: What is your monitor's resolution?
Replies: 15
Views: 1918

Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

One of the votes for 2160 above was made in error. In case this is relevant.
by Stephen
02 Feb 18 15:37
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Multiple questions
Replies: 7
Views: 664

Re: Multiple questions

4. Is there a way to run a action (script I think) after import new Images? As example - PSU and C1 don't have switch or setting for "rejected" files. C1 known 7 color labels, PSU 5. So i would like use the 2 color labels from C1 to mark absolutely best and worst photos. So my idea I give in C1 one...
by Stephen
01 Feb 18 17:57
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: Multiple questions
Replies: 7
Views: 664

Re: Multiple questions

RobiWan wrote:
01 Feb 18 10:49
I have server License and Single User and my preferred RAW editor is Capture One.
Which version of Capture One are you using?
by Stephen
20 Jan 18 15:17
Forum: Photo Supreme
Topic: POLL: What is your monitor's resolution?
Replies: 15
Views: 1918

Re: What is your monitor's resolution?

Back at base my EIZO is 1920 x 1200 regularly calibrated and used professionally. The notebook taken on the road has a lower res, but is only used for editing in an absolute emergency.

I had to select 2160 in the survey above.