Looking for a way to review multiple images

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Looking for a way to review multiple images

Postby NNN636589210322388041 » Wed Jan 02, 2019 10:18 pm

I would like to find a way to review and rate multiple images in the main window and be able to scroll through them as I make my picks. I would like to have a large enough thumbnail that I can easily see the differences in the shots. I have seen some information on this but can't seem to get it to work to like I could in Lightroom. Using CO 11 for Sony, Mac user. I review images in a session.

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Re: Looking for a way to review multiple images

Postby SFA » Thu Jan 03, 2019 12:41 am

To scroll through a number of images in the viewer rather than using the browser, select however many image you can fit in the Viewer window at the size you wish to view them and make sure the Viewer is set to Multi-View.

That allows you to treat that number of images as a "Set" and so scroll through images in the viewer a "Set" at a time.

Go to the drop down "Select" menu to find the Previous Set and Next Set controls and the pre-defined Keyboard Shortcut alternatives.

Does this help with your need?


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Re: Looking for a way to review multiple images

Postby NNN636589210322388041 » Thu Jan 03, 2019 6:34 pm

Thanks that works perfectly. Before when I tried this I couldn't quite figure it out.
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Re: Looking for a way to review multiple images

Postby SFA » Sat Jan 05, 2019 4:49 pm

NNN636589210322388041 wrote:Thanks that works perfectly. Before when I tried this I couldn't quite figure it out.


I know what you mean.

It's a very simple idea that, when you first approach it, feels like it should be more complicated and, in my case, I kept searching for something much more complicated when I first tried to use it. It's not something I do that way often - so it was a long time before I finally remembered to keep it simple when I thought about using it!


Glad it worked for you.

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