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 ====== Importing Images ====== ====== Importing Images ======
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 To use StudioLine for your images, they need to be added to the StudioLine Image Archive. StudioLine offers two methods for managing images: To use StudioLine for your images, they need to be added to the StudioLine Image Archive. StudioLine offers two methods for managing images:
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 ===== Internally- and Externally-Stored Images ===== ===== Internally- and Externally-Stored Images =====
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 ===== Importing Images Using the Load Assistant ===== ===== Importing Images Using the Load Assistant =====
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 Using the StudioLine Load Assistant saves much time and effort, because you decide before the transfer begins which images, images with sound annotations,​ and movie files you actually wish to load into your archive. Using the StudioLine Load Assistant saves much time and effort, because you decide before the transfer begins which images, images with sound annotations,​ and movie files you actually wish to load into your archive.
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 When starting StudioLine, the Load Assistant automatically recognizes all files located in the “DCIM” folder of an external drive (for example your camera’s memory card) the moment you connect it to your computer. When starting StudioLine, the Load Assistant automatically recognizes all files located in the “DCIM” folder of an external drive (for example your camera’s memory card) the moment you connect it to your computer.
  
-In the image preview, all found images are displayed as thumbnail images enabling you to easily recognize your files. ​ Movies and sound files are presented with an icon.  Using this overview, select the files which you would like to import into StudioLine by using the following easy means: 
  
-Upon opening the Load Assistant, all files are automatically checked off for loading. ​ To remove individual files not wanted, simply uncheck them.+In the image preview, all found images are displayed as thumbnail images enabling you to easily recognize your files. Movies and sound files are presented with an icon. Using this overview, select the files which you would like to import into StudioLine by using the following easy means: 
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 +Upon opening the Load Assistant, all files are automatically checked off for loading. To remove individual files not wanted, simply uncheck them
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 +To uncheck or recheck all files, click with your right mouse button in the image preview area and choose the appropriate command from the context menu.
  
-To uncheck or recheck all files, click with your right mouse button in the image preview area and choose the appropriate command from the context menu.  ​ 
  
 You could also use the keyboard combination “Ctrl+A” to select all files, then checking off one of the boxes under a thumbnail to set the checks for all. You could also use the keyboard combination “Ctrl+A” to select all files, then checking off one of the boxes under a thumbnail to set the checks for all.
  
-Using your mouse you could alternatively drag and select a grouping of files. ​ Clicking on individual files while holding down the “Ctrl” key allows you to add or delete from the grouping. ​ Once you have made your total selection, right-click into the selection and choose “Check Selected” or as the case may be, “Uncheck Selected.” 
  
-On the right side of the assistant panel set the destination for the loaded images ​Using ​Search” you can pick an existing folder inside ​the archive You may wish to create a subfolder and have the files loaded ​into it.+Using your mouse you could alternatively drag and select a grouping ​of filesClicking on individual files while holding down the Ctrl” key allows ​you to add or delete from the groupingOnce you have made your total selection, right-click ​into the selection and choose “Check Selected” or as the case may be, “Uncheck Selected.
  
-It is possible to rename the images while loading -- if you wish, in consecutively numbered order. ​ This way your images have a meaningful name right from the start, while preventing future work in the process. 
  
-Older Windows versions only allow the Load Assistant to be summoned up manually. ​ There are two ways to do this:+On the right side of the assistant panel set the destination for the loaded images. Using “Search” you can pick an existing folder inside the archive. You may wish to create a subfolder and have the files loaded into it. 
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 +It is possible to rename the images while loading – if you wish, in consecutively numbered order. This way your images have a meaningful name right from the start, while preventing future work in the process. 
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 +Older Windows versions only allow the Load Assistant to be summoned up manually. There are two ways to do this: 
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 +Follow the menu path: “File” → “Import” → “Load Assistant.”
  
-Follow the menu path:  “File” → “Import” → “Load Assistant.” 
  
 Open the StudioLine Explorer under File in the Menu Bar and click, without having selected a file, on the “Load Image” icon. Open the StudioLine Explorer under File in the Menu Bar and click, without having selected a file, on the “Load Image” icon.
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classic/importing_images.txt · Last modified: 2013/12/10 09:24 by juergen_wolz