On1 Activity StatusAnswered
I'm migrating from Lightroom and am noticing that ON1 has no (that I can find) activity status monitor like Lightroom does in the upper left. So Lightroom was really good at telling me what was migrating over (meta data, etc.) but now that On1 seems to be processing the intake of RAW photos I don't know how far it is from done.
Am I just in the dark here or am I missing something?
I've never done migration, so don't know what it would tell you, but the current version of On1 requires you to hover over catalogs for the progress to appear.
Maybe try that.0
What???????Catalogs How is Activity Shown0
Sorry, You're too late. This thread was from 2 years ago. The newer versions of Photo Raw don't seem to have the progress bar anymore.0
I’m just now trying ON1 for the first time, and I pointed it at two folders to catalog on a NAS. Everything’s pretty sluggish and unresponsive, which is fair since it’s working on ~200GB of RAW images. But is there still no way to evaluate its indexing progress?0
Unfortunately, no. There isn't any way to monitor the progress. Even when there was a monitor it was very imprecise which could be why it was removed.0
Is there any sort of rough expectation for the indexer’s performance? It significantly degrades the app’s UI responsiveness to the point of being unusable—which again is reasonable since I’m pointing it to mounted network locations. But I can’t tell if I’m looking at hours or months of indexing time, or if I’ll generally be able to start and use the app after this initial hump or perpetually stuck in limbo because of the workflow I’m attempting to pull off.
Everything else so far seems ideal, or I wouldn’t bother digging into this point.0
No, I'm sorry but there isn't any way to estimate how long it will take. There are just too many variables. There is an article in the Knowledge Base that you might find helpful.
Catalogs and Caches - ON1 Photo RAW 2022 & ON1 PHOTO RAW 20210
Fair enough, thanks for clarifying and pointing me at that link!0
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