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Bridge slow to begin regenerating new thumnails after making adjustments to Raw files.

Community Beginner ,
Apr 21, 2021 Apr 21, 2021

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Anyone have thoughts on why Bridge, for me, is slow to start regenenerating new thumnails after makng adjustments to files?

 

My senarios- I open a bunch of raw files (25-100) from Bridge. Opening them with Adobe Raw. I edit/make adjustments to files I've opened, save adjusted files as jpgs to a different hard drive, click "done" in Adobe Raw, go back to Bridge and wait for the thumbnails of the files I just worked on to regenerate new thumbnails that reflect the adjustment I just made. I sometimes have to close/open Bridge to get the thumbnail generation process to begin. Once the thumnails begin regenerating, the process continues quickly and smoothly.

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Apr 21, 2021 Apr 21, 2021

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Try selecting all the images, right click and "Purge cache for selection." That will stimulate thumbnail regeneration if it does not happen without a kick.

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Thank you! I wasn't aware of the "Purge cache for selection" feature. Makes perfect sense. I look forward to trying this tomorrow!

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