POLL: How Many Images Are You Cataloging in Photo Supreme?

How many images do you have in your catalog?

less than 5,000 images
5
5%
between 5,000 and 10,000 images
3
3%
between 10,000 and 20,000 images
17
17%
between 20,000 and 30,000 images
14
14%
between 30,000 and 50,000 images
15
15%
between 50,000 and 100,000 images
22
22%
between 100,000 and 200,000 images
17
17%
between 200,000 and 500,000 images
4
4%
more than 500,000 images
2
2%
 
Total votes: 99

PhilBurton
Posts: 312
Joined: 12 Sep 10 18:47
Location: CA, USA

Re: POLL: How Many Images Are You Cataloging in Photo Supreme?

Post by PhilBurton » 16 Feb 16 18:29

NassauBoy wrote:Voted in the 50K - 100K and currently at 80K.
So far Im happy with performance (Just wish the browsing view was faster)
Cataloging is quick, easy and love I can write back the labels to the raw file.
You don't write labels back to the XMP sidecar files for your RAW files?

Phil
Photo Supreme user
Home built i7 3930, 32 GB RAM, Win 10 Pro 64, latest version of Photo Supreme 3, Lightroom 6 and Photoshop CS 6 (perpetual licenses)

NassauBoy
Posts: 39
Joined: 24 Jan 16 19:20

Re: POLL: How Many Images Are You Cataloging in Photo Supreme?

Post by NassauBoy » 18 Mar 16 19:51

You don't write labels back to the XMP sidecar files for your RAW files?

Phil
Phil,
I write them back to the RAW file.For me it works. Round trips to Capture One.
Late 2012 27" iMac 3.4Ghz i7: 32GB Ram: Internal SSD: External Promise R4 Thunderbolt 16TB Raid 5 (all Data)

PhilBurton
Posts: 312
Joined: 12 Sep 10 18:47
Location: CA, USA

Re: POLL: How Many Images Are You Cataloging in Photo Supreme?

Post by PhilBurton » 19 Mar 16 3:33

NassauBoy wrote:
You don't write labels back to the XMP sidecar files for your RAW files?

Phil
Phil,
I write them back to the RAW file.For me it works. Round trips to Capture One.
NassauBoy,

I know that works for you, but isn't that contrary to "best practice?" What if, let's say, you switched from Capture One to another RAW editor, for instance Lightroom.

Phil
Photo Supreme user
Home built i7 3930, 32 GB RAM, Win 10 Pro 64, latest version of Photo Supreme 3, Lightroom 6 and Photoshop CS 6 (perpetual licenses)

NassauBoy
Posts: 39
Joined: 24 Jan 16 19:20

Re: POLL: How Many Images Are You Cataloging in Photo Supreme?

Post by NassauBoy » 19 Mar 16 16:17

I know that works for you, but isn't that contrary to "best practice?" What if, let's say, you switched from Capture One to another RAW editor, for instance Lightroom.

Phil
Im guessing at that time I would have to have C1 write out the XMP files, then move to the new program.
Late 2012 27" iMac 3.4Ghz i7: 32GB Ram: Internal SSD: External Promise R4 Thunderbolt 16TB Raid 5 (all Data)

Mike Buckley
Posts: 4561
Joined: 10 Jul 08 14:18

Re: POLL: How Many Images Are You Cataloging in Photo Supreme?

Post by Mike Buckley » 19 Mar 16 16:22

NassauBoy wrote:Im guessing at that time I would have to have C1 write out the XMP files, then move to the new program.
Alternatively, you could use Supreme to write to the XMP files.

HCS
Posts: 147
Joined: 19 Feb 14 22:08

Re: POLL: How Many Images Are You Cataloging in Photo Supreme?

Post by HCS » 08 May 16 10:21

It seems the topic has moved beyond the number of images stored.

I've moved past 120K.

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