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Jun 22, 2007 13:54 |  #136

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You'll have to wait a little longer.......... :D

Nuh, uh! ;) How did I know that was coming? :lol:


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Jun 22, 2007 14:03 |  #137

I'm getting predictable!!! ;) I'd tell you if I could, but you'll just have to wait for Tom.


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Jun 22, 2007 15:14 |  #138

I'm gonna have to agree, lightroom, while a little faster than the beta, is STILL SLOW!!!

Also, I can't even import photos directly from my camera without nothing happening (lightroom basically freezes)

I REALLY REALLY REALLY WANT TO LIKE LIGHTROOM...but it's not running well.


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Jun 23, 2007 00:40 as a reply to  @ constrict's post |  #139

Victoria Bampton wrote in post #3421423 (external link)
It's probably having to render 1:1 previews Mantra - try selecting the files in Grid mode, and going to Library menu > Previews > Render 1:1 Previews and see if it's quicker once it's finished creating them.

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yes victoria i did:o :o
but the zoom fit to monitor is still slow
zoom ratio 1:2 or 1:1 is fast
Edit: yeah victoria it makes lightroom run good with 1:1 preview render
in the preview cache , which are the best setting for speed?
size & quality?

to be sincere i don't trust about adobe , they makes boat heavy & slow programs, outside photoshop cs2 or cs3 (they are that i tried) , photoshop elements is pathetic , is amazing slow compare to cs3
cool edit was a great program , now audition (the new cool edit version but ADOBE) is pathetic and nobody use it more, nothing to compare to the others audio editor like wavelab
the adobe pdf reader is a kidding ,foxit pdf reader is 1MB and has more feature

i don't say that adobe doesn't make great programs , but they seems coded with feet :D


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Jun 23, 2007 02:26 |  #140

If you ever need to zoom in, set it rendering 1:1 previews while you sleep one night - it takes up disc space, but it does speed things up no end. Standard previews depends on your screen resolution - somewhere between 1x and 1.5x your resolution seems to be the sweet point.

And you don't have to trust Adobe - no one's forcing you to buy their programs! :D


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Jun 23, 2007 05:36 |  #141

Victoria Bampton wrote in post #3424810 (external link)
If you ever need to zoom in, set it rendering 1:1 previews while you sleep one night - it takes up disc space, but it does speed things up no end. Standard previews depends on your screen resolution - somewhere between 1x and 1.5x your resolution seems to be the sweet point.

And you don't have to trust Adobe - no one's forcing you to buy their programs! :D

yeah baby :o , thanks :oops:
i like them , the adobe programs , i like photoshop
but they make good programs but slow
my resolution is 1280x1024 , what should i set?


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Jun 23, 2007 06:53 |  #142

Try 1024 and try 1440 and see which works best for you.


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Jun 23, 2007 15:46 |  #143

I've been experimenting with exporting web galleries today, they seem work locally, but as soon as I upload the files none of the images show up.

lightroom is REALLY falling short of impressing me anymore.


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Jun 27, 2007 06:39 as a reply to  @ constrict's post |  #144

1.1 finally is out


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Jun 27, 2007 13:02 |  #145

Yes, download version 1.1. It is much much faster.


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Jun 28, 2007 10:13 as a reply to  @ Rellik's post |  #146

Yes Indeed. Not so slow anymore..............a​t least on my computer. It seems to be much more usable and I will now give it a full go. I've been waiting for this. I have it loaded on a Vista Machine.


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Jun 28, 2007 10:34 |  #147

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Yes Indeed. Not so slow anymore..............a​t least on my computer. It seems to be much more usable and I will now give it a full go. I've been waiting for this. I have it loaded on a Vista Machine.

did u try on xp?


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Jun 28, 2007 11:31 |  #148

Loaded on XP Main PC (2GB P4 3.0) and Vista laptop (1GB Core 2 Duo 1.6G) and works sweet on both


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Jun 28, 2007 14:23 |  #149

mantra wrote in post #3453586 (external link)
did u try on xp?

No I did not. I have no need for a dual boot machine. All of my other applications work just fine on Vista. In fact, based on forum chatter around the internet it seemed my machine still worked faster than most machines. It just wasn't where I thought it should be. I feel that it is appropriately responsive at this time. I will let you know if that changes.


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Jun 28, 2007 14:30 |  #150

mantra wrote in post #3453586 (external link)
did u try on xp?

My setup is the same as Al's and it is very responsive - much more so than 1.0.


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