[Digikam-users] Archiving to cd/dvd but storing the metadata
petegus at spaceshipone.engin.umich.edu
Tue Oct 31 20:10:48 GMT 2006
I don't think it is ideal but I guess it is workable.
Unfortunately, this generates another set of images for which knowledge
of the source must be maintained independent of the database. I can see
myself forgetting whether the on-disk image is a raw conversion, a
smaller jpg (with full size jpg on disk), or the full size jpg. I don't
always shoot raw. Also, when shooting jpg, sometimes the circumstances
call for a smaller image size (pixels or compression). Perhaps I'll
file a feature request as I described it.
Thanks for your response.
Dennis Meulensteen wrote:
> On Friday 27 October 2006 15:23, Peter Gustafson wrote:
> What I do is generate smaller JPG versions of all my pictures (with EXIF) and
> then archive the raw files only. That way the Jpeg previews remain for
> digikam to index, and I save space by archiving the raw files. I wouldn't do
> it any other way.
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