[Digikam-users] database on laptop and server/NAS
sben1783 at yahoo.de
Mon Sep 10 16:03:38 BST 2012
Am Montag 10 September 2012 schrieb Gilles Caulier:
> 2012/9/10 Ben Staude <sben1783 at yahoo.de>:
> > Am Freitag 07 September 2012 schrieb Manuel Bock:
> > [...]
> >> Is there a new way or best practice to "export/import to/from another
> >> digikam instance" that I missed or what other way is the best practice
> >> to transfer as much information as possible between two different
> >> digikam databases?
> > Generally speaking, I think this sort of issues will become more and more
> > important for digikam, as images move to NAS devices, people use tablets
> > and so on... The setup "one PC, one OS, one HDD" is not the typical one
> > for the future. We should plan for an (Android|iOS)-app for use with the
> > digikam database...!
> With 3.0.0, a new DLNA export tool have been created. Run digiKam from
> your host computer export desired album through DLNA, and that all.
> image are now visible on your tablet (install right DLNA support
> application from store of course), or on your connected TV.
That's very good to hear! But that creates the need for digikam running on my
NAS!? The images are there, the database is (i.e., will be) there, so it's no
fun to turn on the PC just to have digikam load the images from the NAS and
send it to the tablet. The NAS is right there to do such things:) Another
issue: can you do things like filter via tags (only stored in digikam's
database) via DLNA?
Very interesting subject, also slightly off topic in this thread...
Can you give some details about how the uniqueHash is created?
Thanks (for your reply, and for digikam!)
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