Performance Improvements???

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  • Christian Gruner
    Why not try it out in a trial for yourself? 😊
    Especially masking and catalog have gotten a significant boost in CO 11.
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  • Abbott Schindler
    I'm very pleased with the performance improvements, especially in the areas Christian mentioned. The catalog is now (finally!) as fast as Aperture (which I still have on my machine), and perhaps faster. Switching among Collections, which was for me abysmally slow in 10, is now quite acceptable. Navigating among images is now very fast—and this is all on my "old, obsolete" 2012 Mac Pro running Sierra. Frankly, this is the performance I expected in C1 10, but at least they finally accomplished it.

    I like the new masking features very much. About the only thing I don't need is Annotations, and that's only because I don't work collaboratively.

    As Christian suggested, give the trial a try.
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  • Emile Gregoire
    I'm of *exactly* the same feeling as Nature Isme. Great performance improvements across the board. New masking options are excellent. Added layer functionality (styles and color editor on a layer) is very nice and the addition of a layer panel wherever you want is very intuitive.

    The only beef I have is that some styles behave differently as the color selection in the advanced color editor panel is more refined; I wish Phase One would have updated at least their own styles at the same time as C1. That said, for me this easily is the best upgrade in years.
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  • Peter Brockhausen
    I'am just testing CO 11 on my "test notebook", a 13'' Mac Book Pro, early 2011, 4GB ram, 512 GB rotational hard disk drive, Intel core i7 with 2.7 Ghz, and build in Intel graphics 3000. Mac Os High Sierra 10.13.1.

    The catalog contains about 9'000 images. All raw files from a Canon 6d, with about 24 MB per image.

    And yes, it is fast!. Now, you can use "all images" in the catalog without drinking coffee in the meantime.
    The sliders are smooth, when editing images. All previews are rendered with 2560 pixels.

    And to answer the original question, yes, performance has been improved quite a lot, especially the catalog!

    I use the same machine for testing purposes since CO V7. With every new major Mac OS version, I do a clean install of Mac OS.

    --peter
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  • Ross Collins
    [quote="Nature Isme" wrote:
    The catalog is now (finally!) as fast as Aperture (which I still have on my machine), and perhaps faster.

    What is the size of your catalogue?
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  • NNN635158767546269381
    Yes. Everything is now faster.

    Catalogue (here 100k pictures) is lot of faster but, to my mind, still not as fast as Lr 5.x.

    Regards

    [quote="ThomKlim" wrote:
    Whenever Phase One releases an upgrade, they claim a performance improvement as some sort of killer argument. I am always sceptical whether that is just mentioned to keep customers attracted. What about v11? Any observations? I there a speed increase worth to mention?
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  • Thomas Klimke
    Indeed, the masking tool is now pretty fast. In former versions it sucked a lot of CPU power even on capable systems. Thats gone, it works smooth with less hardware strain as before. Browsing is also a lot faster.
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  • Gustavo Ferlizi
    [quote="Peter.Brockhausen" wrote:
    Now, you can use "all images" in the catalog without drinking coffee in the meantime.


    That really excites me. Too bad X-Trans rendering sucks past 10.0.2
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  • Emile Gregoire
    [quote="gusferlizi" wrote:
    [quote="Peter.Brockhausen" wrote:
    Now, you can use "all images" in the catalog without drinking coffee in the meantime.


    That really excites me. Too bad X-Trans rendering sucks past 10.0.2


    I'm pretty happy with the way my X100F files are rendered. Did you try any other X-trans profiles for your camera to see if you like that better?
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  • Gustavo Ferlizi
    [quote="Emile" wrote:
    [quote="gusferlizi" wrote:
    [quote="Peter.Brockhausen" wrote:
    Now, you can use "all images" in the catalog without drinking coffee in the meantime.


    That really excites me. Too bad X-Trans rendering sucks past 10.0.2


    I'm pretty happy with the way my X100F files are rendered. Did you try any other X-trans profiles for your camera to see if you like that better?

    Yep. At what ISO do you shoot? 200 is ok for me, 400 acceptable, higher is luck of the draw but mostly unusable.
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  • Gustavo Ferlizi
    I am fairly certain at this point, that it is a bad anti-aliasing/pixel-smoothing implementation.
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  • Emile Gregoire
    [quote="gusferlizi" wrote:

    Yep. At what ISO do you shoot? 200 is ok for me, 400 acceptable, higher is luck of the draw but mostly unusable.


    Usually 200 or 400 but occasionally up to 5000. So that might be it. For high ISO work I usually grab one of my Canons and an f/1.2 or f/1.4 lens. The Fuji is there for street photography & family snaps mostly.
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  • Gustavo Ferlizi
    [quote="Emile" wrote:
    [quote="gusferlizi" wrote:

    Yep. At what ISO do you shoot? 200 is ok for me, 400 acceptable, higher is luck of the draw but mostly unusable.


    Usually 200 or 400 but occasionally up to 5000. So that might be it. For high ISO work I usually grab one of my Canons and an f/1.2 or f/1.4 lens. The Fuji is there for street photography & family snaps mostly.


    ISO12800 is usable and ISO6400 is amazing on 10.0.2, but utter garbage on anything newer. Pull back noise reduction to 0 to see what I mean.
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  • Gregory Edge
    Those of you who have stated the catalog is much faster now do you use a referenced or managed catalogue? I am interested in if it is improved with a managed catalogue.

    I was an Aperture user but when they stopped supporting it I switched to Capture One. I started with version 9. I love the quality of the output but the performance has never been stellar. If you accidentally hit all images it would take a long time with the spinning beach ball before the program was functioning.

    I have switched to a referenced library but I hate it. I want to switch back to managed but want to hear what some of you say about performance. I have about 50,000 images to catalog.
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  • Robert Farhi
    [quote="Edgephoto" wrote:
    Those of you who have stated the catalog is much faster now do you use a referenced or managed catalogue? I am interested in if it is improved with a managed catalogue.

    I was an Aperture user but when they stopped supporting it I switched to Capture One. I started with version 9. I love the quality of the output but the performance has never been stellar. If you accidentally hit all images it would take a long time with the spinning beach ball before the program was functioning.

    I have switched to a referenced library but I hate it. I want to switch back to managed but want to hear what some of you say about performance. I have about 50,000 images to catalog.


    I have a referenced catalog, and displaying all images (I have "only" 18,000) and making a request through the filters needs less than 3 seconds.
    With 50,000 images, you need a computer with a big HDD or SSD, I guess.
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  • Jerry C
    My system is old - a late 2008 (Intel) dual quad core Mac Pro with 16MB RAM. I have 56,000 referenced images in my catalog. Version 10.0 could not load ALL IMAGES in an hour. This improved to 3.5 minutes in version 10.2. In version 11.0, it takes 39 seconds. Almost 10 times faster, which is great if you accidentally click on ALL IMAGES, or do it intentionally prior to a global search. Searching on a single term takes about a minute. Other features are also a bit more snappy.

    Jerry C
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  • Gustavo Ferlizi
    [quote="NN635680879799322049UL" wrote:
    My system is old - a late 2008 (Intel) dual quad core Mac Pro with 16MB RAM. I have 56,000 referenced images in my catalog. Version 10.0 could not load ALL IMAGES in an hour. This improved to 3.5 minutes in version 10.2. In version 11.0, it takes 39 seconds. Almost 10 times faster, which is great if you accidentally click on ALL IMAGES, or do it intentionally prior to a global search. Searching on a single term takes about a minute. Other features are also a bit more snappy.

    Jerry C

    Good to know!

    Cheers
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  • Abbott Schindler
    My referenced catalog has 34k images. On my quad-core, 32 GB RAM 2012 Mac Pro (catalog on a PCI SSD, photos on HD), it takes ~35 seconds for C1 11 to launch and load the catalog. That's down from about a minute in C1 10.

    Switching from a small collection to the entire library takes ~10 seconds; it took more than 90 seconds in v10. Switching among Folders happens almost instantaneously, whereas it could take more than a minute in v10, depending on how large the switched-to folder was and when it was last used (the more folders switched among, the longer it took to switch to the earliest ones).

    Searching the entire catalog for images based on "Any Contains" happens instantaneously. Really; as soon as I finish typing a word, the specified selections appear in the browser.

    Navigating among images, including those with lots of layers, happens within a second or two. Far faster than in v10. Also, in v10 navigation slowed noticeably as I used the catalog more, almost as though the program wasn't cleaning caches between launches or something.

    Masking performance also seems improved, although I can't quantify it. Overall, it feels almost like I got a new computer.
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  • Kip Vaughan

    I found the performance of the new healing tool in 20.1 to be very delayed. It takes the a long time for adjustments so show up on screen after the first one and I am really looking for that to be fixed. I am pretty sure we will keep getting updates through 2020 that continue to improve those things. Supposedly that is the point of called the product 20?

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