In the Lightroom menu / Catalog preferences / Metadata, check the box to activate face detection. Let it work overnight if needed. You can press the letter "o" shortcut to get an idea of the progress and also check upper left near the Lightroom logo to see the background process' progress.
With 1200 photo/day, that would be unmanageable as you have to create one profile for each target photographed (no easy way to find the needle). The nearest you can do is to have a photo of the target for each iPhoneModel/Lighting condition. You will definitely need to have your photographers...
As a programmer myself, this is the kind of thing I was thinking about. Nice shot Hal but about the why of it... no clue either :whistling:
My guess is that it may optimize the calculations time for some adjustments in the develop module. Again, just a guess.
Scott, keep it simple. Old Lion system? Old Lightroom 5? No problem! Do it the old way :)
For a presentation and for a Camera Adapter (the Lightning to USB cable you have is called such) JPG would be just fine. So, Export from Lightroom to JPG on a USB memory stick (key). Then plug the key to...
Welcome to Lightroom Forums Claudel. But this intrigues me: why didn't you upgrade to at least Lightroom 3.6 (latest of version 3). Note that there are big new additions to teach from newer versions as Maps/Geotagging, Video Basic Editing and Export, Soft Proofing and more...
Is there a little black dot in the centre of this small tellow box? If so, this just mean that it is the result of your search. White circle only appear whan you select (or create) a saved location. Do we still miss something?
If this may help, even if my 1:1 Previews are set to be removed after 30 days, "quick scrub views" are still fast on very old videos.
Bottleneck on his system? Although, he is running Catalina (but how fast?).