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Author Topic: 1.3.7 - Image / Watermark Reprocessing. Meta Data and Bug Fixes. Breaktime.  (Read 6661 times)

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farbled

« Reply #50 on: May 11, 2013, 16:28 »
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I feel dumb, where do you go to reprcess the images?


« Reply #51 on: May 11, 2013, 21:02 »
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I feel dumb, where do you go to reprcess the images?

Don't feel dumb - I had the same question but was hesitant to ask.  I happened to look at Leo's first post in this thread and one of the links was to a "how-to" post. 

Basically, you need to go to your Images area as if you were going to edit.  I re-processed in batches of 20 by ticking the check-box at the top left to select all the images on the page (next to "Preview").  In the drop down menu right above that select Re-Process the click the "Apply" button next to it.  It took mine about 5 - 10 minutes to process a page of 20.

farbled

« Reply #52 on: May 11, 2013, 21:26 »
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I feel dumb, where do you go to reprcess the images?

Don't feel dumb - I had the same question but was hesitant to ask.  I happened to look at Leo's first post in this thread and one of the links was to a "how-to" post. 

Basically, you need to go to your Images area as if you were going to edit.  I re-processed in batches of 20 by ticking the check-box at the top left to select all the images on the page (next to "Preview").  In the drop down menu right above that select Re-Process the click the "Apply" button next to it.  It took mine about 5 - 10 minutes to process a page of 20.

Cool, good to know. Thanks!

Leo Blanchette

« Reply #53 on: May 11, 2013, 23:29 »
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If you really wanna push your site's limits (and we're talking about crash-worthy stuff) there is a dropdown at top right called "screen options" and you can change your displayed posts to well over 20...100 if you want. Try processing those! Don't say I didn't warn you :D

« Reply #54 on: May 12, 2013, 06:34 »
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I feel dumb, where do you go to reprcess the images?

Don't feel dumb - I had the same question but was hesitant to ask.  I happened to look at Leo's first post in this thread and one of the links was to a "how-to" post. 

Basically, you need to go to your Images area as if you were going to edit.  I re-processed in batches of 20 by ticking the check-box at the top left to select all the images on the page (next to "Preview").  In the drop down menu right above that select Re-Process the click the "Apply" button next to it. It took mine about 5 - 10 minutes to process a page of 20.


I did it exactly as you said, but it didnt take nearly that long to reprocess. Im thinking more like a minute or so. I checked a couple when they were finished and the iptc was there. Maybe i should check more of them.

« Reply #55 on: May 12, 2013, 09:07 »
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I feel dumb, where do you go to reprcess the images?

Don't feel dumb - I had the same question but was hesitant to ask.  I happened to look at Leo's first post in this thread and one of the links was to a "how-to" post. 

Basically, you need to go to your Images area as if you were going to edit.  I re-processed in batches of 20 by ticking the check-box at the top left to select all the images on the page (next to "Preview").  In the drop down menu right above that select Re-Process the click the "Apply" button next to it. It took mine about 5 - 10 minutes to process a page of 20.


I did it exactly as you said, but it didn't take nearly that long to reprocess. I'm thinking more like a minute or so. I checked a couple when they were finished and the iptc was there. Maybe i should check more of them.

I had one group process really fast - so quickly that I thought maybe it didn't process so I did it again, and again it was fast so it did vary by group.  The 5-10 minutes may have been more like 2-5 minutes, I wasn't really timing them but the first one did take awhile and I wondered if it was working.  It may have something to do with whatever else is going on with the host at the time too.  In my case it was far from immediate so I guess my caution was to give it several minutes to do it's thing before assuming it's locked up.

« Reply #56 on: May 12, 2013, 09:57 »
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I had one group process really fast - so quickly that I thought maybe it didn't process so I did it again, and again it was fast so it did vary by group.  The 5-10 minutes may have been more like 2-5 minutes, I wasn't really timing them but the first one did take awhile and I wondered if it was working.  It may have something to do with whatever else is going on with the host at the time too.  In my case it was far from immediate so I guess my caution was to give it several minutes to do it's thing before assuming it's locked up.

Yeah, I wondered if maybe the host issue was the reason. Mine all reprocessed quickly (last week) but yesterday I was uploading some images (17 of them) and it took forever for them to process, because of the host issue. I will be glad when bluehost offers dedicated IPs.

« Reply #57 on: May 12, 2013, 11:05 »
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This has been mentioned before, but I just ran into the issue myself while testing something else.

I wanted to add all four sizes to my shopping cart and buy all four sizes. But you can only apparently add a single size of the same photo. From a buyers standpoint, this may not ever get used, but I don't see the harm in allowing all sizes to be added. On the other hand, it might be convenient for a company to be able to download a web size, to send to the web team, who may or may not be in-house, and download the high rez for the graphic designers, who may also be in another location. That might be more cost-effective than downloading a large size and having to have someone create other sizes. So feasibly there could be a use. Can you explain your reasoning for not allowing it? Maybe I'm overthinking it.  :)

Then I ran into this issue: first I downloaded a large size of an image. Then I downloaded the same image, bloggee size. The bloggee size replaced the large size in the downloads section, instead of showing both. If I buy both, I should be able to go back and download both. Again, why not allow this?


 

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