Suggestion for high speed improvement

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    Steve Ratts

    I would like to second and third this if I may!

    Consider the use case of a photographer shooting HDR. I might want to put all my bracketed RAW shots in a subfolder, that of course I can dive into if I want to work on those, then have just the fewer merged shots in the parent directory where I can use Luminar for some final processing if I like. I'm sure there are lots of other similar use cases where a photographer would want to organize their work this way, and I really think this request is entirely consistent with the overarching Luminar philosophy of making like (and workflow) easier for it's users. This will really help de-clutter things for folks, to say nothing of helping to speed things up!

    Steve

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Erwin,

    No guarantees on seeing it in 3.0.3, but I'll share the suggestion with our developers.

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    Erwin Kargl

    Hi, any news on this "Luminar 3 NEEDS a switch for showing images in subfolders “YES/NO” and L3 should remember this setting "

    Thanks Erwin

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    Helena Carter

    Erwin ,

    There's no ETA yet, but we will keep you posted.

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    Erwin Kargl

    Hi, with 3.1 and RAW/JPG view for me not working, please bring this "switch for showing images in subfolders “YES/NO” to live.

    Erwin

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    Anna Veres

    Hi Erwin, 

    I will forward your comments to our technical department for their consideration.

    Regarding RAW/JPG view, could you please specify if you use camera settings RAW + JPEG while taking the photos(with these settings your camera takes automatically 2 shots: RAW +JPEG), see the screenshot: http://prntscr.com/nh9d7g

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    Erwin Kargl

    Hi Anna, thanks. Would be really great to have this simple trick to speed up L3 and to get a much better overview in the filebrowser.

    RAW/JPG: I shoot RAW/RAW, exporting the images in L3 as JPG in a subfolder should give the same behavior for RAW/JPG view.

    Thanks

    Erwin

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