Question about ingesting

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stevehughes
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Question about ingesting

Post by stevehughes » 19 Jun 17 2:35

(Importing in PSU terminology)

I currently use Photo Mechanic for ingesting RAWs from camera. I'm investigating whether I can use PSU instead. So far the answer seems to be 'mostly YES' except for one thing:

In cases where I have fired a burst of shots I will often go through the burst at 100% to check for focus etc and then dump the sub-optimal shots before ingesting. Photo Mechanic makes this easy because I can zoom to any desired zoom level and it will retain the zoom setting as I move through images. PSU doesn't seem to do this - I can zoom in to 100% on an image, but when I move to the next image it reverts to 'fit to screen'.

Anyone got any tips / comments etc ?

Thanks,
Steve

tstoddard
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Re: Question about ingesting

Post by tstoddard » 20 Jun 17 19:12

Steve,

Judging from the lack of a response to your question, I assume that nobody has found a way to do what you want to do. I agree that it would be a useful feature. Perhaps a feature request is in order. I use a different program for ingesting my images and I do the same as you. I use FastPictureViewer and it has a simple keyboard shortcut (Enter) that toggles between fit-to-screen and 100% and persists that setting as you navigate through your images. It's very helpful and trying to cull images without that feature is much more difficult and takes way longer.
Tom Stoddard

sanphotgn
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Re: Question about ingesting

Post by sanphotgn » 20 Jun 17 23:07

Created a feature request in Mantis:

http://mantis.idimager.com/view.php?id=3164
Photo Supreme 3.3.0.2602 (64 bits) (Windows)

stevehughes
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Re: Question about ingesting

Post by stevehughes » 21 Jun 17 0:26

Thanks. Added my support to it.

Steve

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