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PostPosted: 14. Feb 2006, 19:59 
I'd like to load the thumbnails and small images that iViewmedia Pro creates into the cache directory so that the galleries will load faster. I tried adding .thumb.jpg and .small.jpg to the files but it still seemed like TWG took the time to re-create it's own files. Is there anyway to do this?

I have an average of ten GB of photos after a race that I make available to my clients using iView, but TWG seems like a much better solution if I can get it to work faster.

My site is hosted on a G4 running OS X 10.2.8 and Apache web server (1.3?)


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PostPosted: 14. Feb 2006, 20:17 
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Hi,

TWG adds the album name with an _ in front of the file name.
If you have subdirectories you have to seperate the directorynames as well with an _

you have to set $cache_time to -1 because otherwise the .small files are removed if they are not visited (touched!).

What you can do ... go to the main view to "search" and use . for the search a dot .
use file names and select "all". Then all thumbnails are created! it takes some time and sometimes you have do do this a couple of times because of the php timeout. But I created thumbs for 5000 images this way pretty fast!

be sure to have $cache_dirs to true if you have that many files!

/Michael


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I'll try adding the album name followed by the underscore as well as the .thumb.jpg and.small.jpg, that's worked on a few images today. I might have to shorten the album name so the file name doesn't get too long.

Waiting for TWG to churn through 900-1,000 Canon 1d S Mark II jpegs would take a long time.

How do I set the $cache_time to -1 and the $cache_dirs to true?


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Hi,

open the config.php - search for the settings - change them.

your problem is that I store the filenames with encoding of special characters. This is done that you can access the files directly and on every webserver ...

you can create the folder - put one image in there - then access the image - check the cachefolder for the new image and you get the first part of the filename.

about creation time - you can create the cache images on your local pc as well and copy it then to the cache folder. 3 thumbs takes about 1s on my system ...

/Michael


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