josephj at main.nc.us
Fri Oct 19 00:08:14 CEST 2018
Using the quick tags and selecting groups of images is the only way I go
as fast as I do.
They are great features. Tokens and Annotate Multiple.
On 10/18/2018 08:18 AM, Robert Krawitz wrote:
> On Thu, 18 Oct 2018 02:23:50 -0400, Joe wrote:
>> On 10/17/2018 08:41 PM, Robert Krawitz wrote:
>>> Something else that occurred to me about searching is that it could be
>>> useful to save complex searches (named views, in essence). At
>>> present, all searches are ad hoc. Just a bit of an idle thought,
>> While we're brainstorming ;) : I'm lazy. I have about 7000 of our 35000
>> images tagged and will almost certainly never catch up. I can do around
>> 100/per hour when I'm fresh, but I can't maintain that for very long.
>> That's almost 300 hours of work just to catch up! (And my collection of
>> pictures is way smaller than yours!)
> One way you can do this more quickly is to use quick tags (typing a
> single letter while in the viewer adds a tag to the image; you can
> later go back and add the real information). I usually shoot in
> bursts, rather than frequent small numbers; one football game, for
> example, can result in 2500-3000 frames.
> Robert Krawitz <rlk at alum.mit.edu>
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> --Eric Crampton
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