[Digikam-users] Deleting duplicate photo's still show up?
sjoerd at sjomar.eu
Thu Jul 30 10:16:54 BST 2015
Yeah that might be the best clean-up ;)
On Monday 27 July 2015 19:37:50 Peter Albrecht wrote:
> Hi Sjoerd,
> I let digiKam write all necessary metadata into the image files.
> And once a year I move away the old digiKam database and let digiKam create
> a fresh new one, based on the image's metafiles.
> This, of course, depends, what one considers "necessary metadata", since not
> every metadata can be stored in images, I guess. In my case, I want "tags",
> "captions" and "star rating", which can be written to image files very
> In an additional paranoia level, I take screenshots of the old tag tree,
> with all tag counters visible and compare those against the new tag
> counters. Same for "star rating".
> On 26.07.2015 08:45, Sjoerd wrote:
> > I deleted a lot of duplicate photo's (outside DigiKam with dupeguru) and
> > let DigiKam rescan/regenerate all of my thumbnails and fingerprints.
> > Finaly I let DigiKam search for duplicates again. DigiKam still shows all
> > the duplicates that are defenitely gone from disk.
> > I tried a "cleanup_digikamdb -t" but that doesn't make any difference.
> > Any idea how to clean up my databases so it matches my filesystem again
> > (without starting over from scratch)?
> > I am using Kubuntu 14.10 and Digikam 4.11.0 from philips ppa
> > Cheers,
> > Sjoerd
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