Am Donnerstag, 12. April 2018, 13:31:57 CEST schrieb Gonçalo Marrafa: > Hi. > > My library is split between my local hard drive and a mounted remote > filesystem on a NAS. I want to move some of the film rolls from the local > hard drive to the NAS. > > I have been using Darktable to manually move each of the film rolls but > that is a tedious task since there are many of them. I would like to know > if there is a faster/easier way of doing it? > > If i move the files manually with a file manager and then re-import them > into Darktable will i loose any changes or metadata, tags, ratings, > etc.? I have > enabled sidecar files.
Almost everything is stored in the sidecars. The only things missing are changed times set with the geolocation module and image groups. There is however an easier way: Move the files in your file manager, then in darktable DON'T remove them but set the collect module to the folder mode and right click the marked entries in the tree to point darktable to their new location. If you are moving complete folder hierarchies it's enough to do that for the root node of the tree. Better make a backup of your database first, just in case. You can find that in ~/.config/darktable/. > Is there some script that automates this? > > Thanks in advance. > > > Gonçalo Marrafa > > ____________________________________________________________________________ > darktable user mailing list > to unsubscribe send a mail to darktable-user+unsubscr...@lists.darktable.org
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