emyrold

emyrold

Lives in United States Chicago, United States
Joined on Sep 8, 2011

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On Adobe announces Carousel - cloud-based image service article (33 comments in total)
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kcf955: They are missing 1/2 the boat. What we need is same concept but for Lightroom so I don't have to juggle export/import of multiple LR catalogs between multiple computers (laptop - desktop). I don't need more apps just a better, more streamlined way to manage my LR libraries between multiple computers and my Drobo backup. Where I can see my edits on multiple computers AND have everything backed up at the same time without having to go through the hassle of exporting/importing catalogs....

- Say I worked in LR for 5 hours doing a lot of edits and my Catalog was 2.5 GB at the begining of the day, at the end of the day it is actually smaller say 2.4 GB. Mut my delta's (changes) for the day was about 1.2 GB (very high actually) then I know I will need to leave my computer on over night for those changes to get propagated back up to the Net... (I too don't like the Cloud marketing going on... us other words might be better)

- LR needs this whether backended to Internet Cloud or to my Home NAS... Networked accessed Catalog is flaky, Background Sync is key....!!!

Direct link | Posted on Sep 8, 2011 at 15:23 UTC
On Adobe announces Carousel - cloud-based image service article (33 comments in total)
In reply to:

kcf955: They are missing 1/2 the boat. What we need is same concept but for Lightroom so I don't have to juggle export/import of multiple LR catalogs between multiple computers (laptop - desktop). I don't need more apps just a better, more streamlined way to manage my LR libraries between multiple computers and my Drobo backup. Where I can see my edits on multiple computers AND have everything backed up at the same time without having to go through the hassle of exporting/importing catalogs....

Background sync can handle quite a bit of data. Would just need to add a step to the workflow:

- Pull my raw pic's off the card.
- Do initial tagging so I can then delete all my dud's or place marker pic's and remove things that I know I will not need to keep around.
- Mark them as available for "Background Sync".
e.g. yesterday, I did a 2 gig shoot raw. I know If I leave my computer on overnight I can get upwards of 15 gig's uploaded over a consumer ISP link at home - which is fine for a Initial sync of content.
- Then sync'ing delta's of changing data within the Catalog (does not matter what the Catalog Size is, could be 2 GB or 25 GB, once it is in the cloud the Initial sync has been done, then it is just deleta's that need to be sync'ed... totally doable over consumer DSL, Cable ISP links....

Direct link | Posted on Sep 8, 2011 at 15:23 UTC
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