[Digikam-users] Many images with multiple resolutions

Marie-Noëlle Augendre mnaugendre at gmail.com
Sat Aug 13 06:51:16 BST 2011

Is there any reason you want to keep the low resolution?
As for myself, I only keep the biggest, and re-create the low
resolution when I need some ... not so often (once they have been
published); with the batch tool manager they are easy and quick to
make everytime I need them.


2011/8/13 B Wooster <bwooster47 at gmail.com>:
> So after a struggle to get digikam working (rotate was not working, no error
> message - turned out it needed kipi-plugins before rotate works!), I am now
> looking into using digikam, and maybe someone here has dealt with a similar
> situation as outlined below:
> I have a lot of photos, say they are all around 5000 px x 5000 px or
> thereabouts.
> I would like to select a bunch, for uploading.
> So I can use batch process, and resize multiple images to say 1000 px or
> thereabouts. I need to look at the resized photo, maybe crop it (most of
> time though, it is kept as it is).
> Then I upload the lower res pictures.
> Now I have two (sometimes more) copies with different resolutions of the
> same image.
> Is there some way in Digikam to manage these multiple copies, like have them
> linked together, etc? There is a find duplicates function, but even if that
> finds images of different resolutions, that is something that would have to
> run each time.
> Any nice way to handle images with multiple resolutions?
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