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make bridge fast enough using embedded jpgs

New Here ,
Sep 13, 2020 Sep 13, 2020

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Is there a way to make bridge use embedded jpgs previews of raw files the way old iview media pro did for fast selection?

I've recently migrate to bridge beacuse the lack of mac os support for 32bit apps and my workflow had stepped back to intel pentium speeds. I can't belive how a 20 year old app is absolutely faster for viewing actual raw files, now I can only see 1 picture of 5 being the other 4 a pixeled mess if i try to browse at the speed I did with iview...

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Sep 13, 2020 Sep 13, 2020

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Have you tried changing to "Prefer Embedded (Faster)" thumbnails? I'm attaching a screenshot as a guide to where that option is available.

 

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Sep 14, 2020 Sep 14, 2020

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thanks for the reply. I've tried all that different settings but doesn't seem to make a difference. Right now, the faster approach is select high quality and let bridge finnish the previews, start selecting after that. but even like that, is way slower when browsing quick on full screen.

 

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