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Ronald Nyein Zaw Tan

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C1PRO7.1.5 Feature Request and an Observation
« on: October 28, 2013, 01:11:51 PM »

1) Feature Request

An ability to optimize catalog without having to backup the catalog. Unless I overlook something, if I wanted to optimize a catalog, I have to have "backup" checked. Something like, Go to "File" and the ability to choose "Optimize Catalog."

2) C1PRO7.1.5 Observation in Windows 8.1 PRO

I recently did a clean format and upgraded to WINDOWS 8.1 PRO and I am noticing a slowdown in C1PRO7.1.5. It would lag when I am dragging the Brightness or HDR sliders. Ever thing else have remained constant and I have the latest GPU drivers for Windows 8.1 PRO. I am using nVidia GT 430. It is an entry-level with 96 CUDA cores and it serve my needs. My computer is the 2009-era HP with Core i5 750 with 16 GB RAM. Any 8.1 PRO users experience similar? I should mention that I DON'T experience any crashes when using C1PRO7.1.5. With Windows 8.1 PRO, I am noticing that softwares RUN FASTER on start-up.
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David Grover / Phase One

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Re: C1PRO7.1.5 Feature Request and an Observation
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2013, 10:39:23 AM »

1) Feature Request

An ability to optimize catalog without having to backup the catalog. Unless I overlook something, if I wanted to optimize a catalog, I have to have "backup" checked. Something like, Go to "File" and the ability to choose "Optimize Catalog."

2) C1PRO7.1.5 Observation in Windows 8.1 PRO

I recently did a clean format and upgraded to WINDOWS 8.1 PRO and I am noticing a slowdown in C1PRO7.1.5. It would lag when I am dragging the Brightness or HDR sliders. Ever thing else have remained constant and I have the latest GPU drivers for Windows 8.1 PRO. I am using nVidia GT 430. It is an entry-level with 96 CUDA cores and it serve my needs. My computer is the 2009-era HP with Core i5 750 with 16 GB RAM. Any 8.1 PRO users experience similar? I should mention that I DON'T experience any crashes when using C1PRO7.1.5. With Windows 8.1 PRO, I am noticing that softwares RUN FASTER on start-up.

Why not simply backup and optimise the catalog when you have finished working in C1 for the day?
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