Working on a large panorama with over 1000 photos.
Customer now want a version with only central part of panorama. So I am working on that and have the crop set do that part.
Can't help wondering if there is an easy way to remove all images that are totally outside of the current crop.
I am thinking it might speed up things a lot or is that not so?
When i do the same thing i delete the images around the cropped zone. BUT: let a kind of a "safe zone" around the crop! It´s like the "safe zone" you see in the viewer of
a prof. film or video camera or in editors like MediaComposer, FinalCut, Premiere and so.
The reason for letting a "safe zone" around the crop is the geometrical construction - sometimes images need the next one or two adjacent images also outside the crop
for being optimized.
Ok I rephrase my question, is there a simple way to remove all the images that are outside the safe zone around the crop and will this speed up previewing and rendering?
I know I can delete them by had but when it concern hundreds of them, that can be a lot of work
I can only describe it as a Mac user:
1) uncheck the images in the layer for making them invisible
2) select the images you want to delete by highlighting the first one, hold down the shift-key and select the last one of them. Then use backspace or delete.
Of course that´s not very comfortable when there are images in between you want to keep - but how would the app know which images these are?
Ok - it MIGHT know that because you cropped them away
. . . i also missed this feature of recognizing cropped-away images several
times . .
it would make working more fluent sometimes.
But it also maybe be it´s better leaving the whole bunch of images in the costruction for optimization - even the ones you don´t need - who knows?
There´s no explanation in some "documentation" at all . .
Would be nice to get some info from Kolor about this one . .