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Re index Visual Similarity data. What does this mean?

New Here ,
Jan 29, 2023 Jan 29, 2023

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I have resinstalled PSE14 on a new SSD.  I have got my catalog back and I was doing the optimise and repair options. I got the message in the repair tab saying no errors were found but with a check box to Re index Visual Similarity data. What does this mean?

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Community Expert , May 12, 2023 May 12, 2023
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I have the same question. Can't find the answer anywhere


By @BD29858644twua

 

Where to search in similar cases?

Start with the home screen of Elements.

Just enter your text search in the text entry line on top of the dialog:

"Re index Visual Similarity data"

You get a link to the help doc about searches by visual similarity.

https://helpx.adobe.com/elements-organizer/using/search-based-visual-uniqueness.html#visual_similarity_search

This indexing step does take a lot of time, so, if you don't

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I have the same question. Can't find the answer anywhere


By @BD29858644twua

 

Where to search in similar cases?

Start with the home screen of Elements.

Just enter your text search in the text entry line on top of the dialog:

"Re index Visual Similarity data"

You get a link to the help doc about searches by visual similarity.

https://helpx.adobe.com/elements-organizer/using/search-based-visual-uniqueness.html#visual_similari...

This indexing step does take a lot of time, so, if you don't use this kind of search, you don't need to accept the indexation.

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