Identifying unused images in a stack

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paitken
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Identifying unused images in a stack

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I always plan my stacks to start before the closest focus point and end after the furthest. Thus there are quite a few images that HF does not use. Is there a way for HF to tell me which images were not used so I can delete them from disk?
BobStone
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Re: Identifying unused images in a stack

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In the Retouching panel, move the mouse over the closest part of the subject. The image which was used for that part will be shown. Same for the farthest point. This should provide the info you need.
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Catherine
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Re: Identifying unused images in a stack

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paitken wrote: 11.04.2021 16:40 I always plan my stacks to start before the closest focus point and end after the furthest. Thus there are quite a few images that HF does not use. Is there a way for HF to tell me which images were not used so I can delete them from disk?
At the moment it's only possible to identify images that contain no focus data manually, by going over the images in the stack (PgUp/PgDn keys can be used to browse through the stack in HF) and visually identifying the first image with focus on the object.
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