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IVMP 3.1.3 compatability with 2.6.4 reader?

 
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Jim_Bob



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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2007 4:02 pm    Post subject: IVMP 3.1.3 compatability with 2.6.4 reader? Reply with quote

Hi All

I am using iView Media Pro on a Mac to author catalogues for our imaging company. When I first produced a catalogue (approx. 17,000 images) for other Macs to read on the network, I timed the reader taking 9 minutes to open. I originally put this down to our system consisting of painfully slow Macs, but when I tried using an earlier reader (v2.6.4) it only took 14 seconds.

I don't specifically mind using an earlier reader, but my problem is this: the older reader doesn't seem to preserve the thumbnail size, unlike the later one. I author my catalogues with a thumbnail size of 160x160, but when I open it in the older reader, they've blown up to 512x512.

I don't mind which problem can be solved: either reducing the opening time of the later reader (v3.1.1), or reducing the thumbnail size of the earlier reader (v2.6.4).

Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks...
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