[Digikam-users] Deleting RAW files

Ozzy ozzyprv at gmail.com
Wed Oct 31 03:28:34 GMT 2012


Thanks Simon. This is what I needed. I also use the. jpg to quickly screen
my pictures with no need for a raw files viewer.
I try to only use dK for what is actually worthy - at least from the first
pass.
O.
On Oct 29, 2012 5:22 AM, "Simon Cropper" <
simoncropper at fossworkflowguides.com> wrote:

> Ozzy,
>
> I also have this problem - that is, using external image viewers to review
> my JPG files and delete them. As with you this leaves me with the problem
> of finding and deleting the orphaned RAW files.
>
> There are two solutions to this -- use a viewer that can view RAW files or
> write a script/program.
>
> If you have a slow computer and very large files the former is not a
> suitable solution. I still review my JPG files for this reason.
>
> I decided to take the challenge and write a script that would do this
> task. The script and associated tutorial is found here...
>
> http://www.fossworkflowguides.**com/scripting/tutorials/00015/**index.html<http://www.fossworkflowguides.com/scripting/tutorials/00015/index.html>
>
> Hope this helps. Any feedback is appreciated.
>
> On 29/10/12 09:36, Ozzy wrote:
>
>> Ubuntu
>>
>> On Oct 28, 2012 3:56 PM, "Simon Cropper"
>> <simoncropper@**fossworkflowguides.com<simoncropper at fossworkflowguides.com>
>> <mailto:simoncropper@**fossworkflowguides.com<simoncropper at fossworkflowguides.com>>>
>> wrote:
>>
>>     On 29/10/12 08:43, Ozzy wrote:
>>
>>         Hi Anders,
>>         Thanks, I knew about this feature. But since I shoot in both
>>         .jpg and
>>         raw I would have to do the flaging twice. Two times for each
>>         picture I
>>         don't like....
>>         I wish there was a way within dK to delete the .jpg's and then
>>         make all
>>         the corresponding "orphan" raw go away as well.
>>         I am sure there is a very easy script that can be written for this
>>         (outside dK), just I am not that good and scripting.
>>
>>         Thanks again for the quick response.
>>
>>         O.
>>
>>         On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 3:39 PM, Anders Lund <anders at alweb.dk
>>         <mailto:anders at alweb.dk>
>>         <mailto:anders at alweb.dk <mailto:anders at alweb.dk>>> wrote:
>>
>>              S√łndag den 28. oktober 2012 15:28:08 skrev Ozzy:
>>               > I usually take pictures in both .jpg and RAW (.cr2 in my
>>         case).
>>               > Then I go over the jpg's and delete the "orphan" RAW
>>         files....
>>              manually.
>>               >
>>               > Is there a better, faster, way to do this?
>>
>>              Inside digikam, you can flag files, for example with a red
>>         flag, and
>>              then use
>>              a filter to display only those files, hit ctrl + a, [shift
>>         +] del.
>>
>>              Personally, I shoot only RAW, and use the album view for
>>         the highlevel
>>              screening as you call it, sometimes along with the
>> lighttable.
>>
>>               > I basically do the high level screening using gnome, not
>>         inside
>>              digiKam.
>>               >
>>               > Thanks.
>>               >
>>               > Oz.
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