Here's the situation.
Shooting tethered with a Nikon D800E. Using Nikon Camera Control Pro to operate the camera. Using Adobe Bridge CS6 to monitor the destination folder. There is often a delay before Bridge will display new images. For several exposures in a row Bridge will display new images as they are created. Eventually it get to the point where it will not display a new shot. When you take a second shot, both it and the preivious image will appear together. Some times two shots in a row will not apprear and upon taking a third shot all three will apprear. I've tried switching thumbnail options, Prefer Embedded, On Demand, HQ, it's a little more responsive when using the embeded thumnail but still has the issue.
I've tried two workstations. A MacPro 3.1 running OSX 10.6.8 and a Mini 6.2 running 10.8.3. Bridge has the same problem on both some what worse on the Mini.
Has anyone seen this problem when monitoring a folder that is activly receiving new images?
On a side note, it would be great if Bridge would scroll to display new images. Seems like it would have to auto select the newest image.
Cable is OK. Files transfer fine just do not always display in Bridge. It's some type of refresh issue.
Thanks for the link. The Auto Preivew Latest File sounds good but does not work with CS6. Anything similar out there? Does lightroom auto scroll?
This is what I was thinking of. He speaks specifically of signal delays.
16′ or 25′ USB Booster Extension Cable
This is a must! Standard USB camera connection cables are too short for practical work. Since transfer speeds are slower over distance, typical USB extension cables are a poor choice. An “active” USB extension cable or “booster” cable is self powered through the connection, allows a cleaner signal, decreases the risk of corrupted files, and maintains a steady download speed. Active USB extension cables can be daisy chained up to 75.’
Thanks. I saw that.
Nikon d800 is USB 3.
I use this cable.
If it is thumbnails you might consider using small folders, like less than 1500 images. Compact cache as it can grow quite large. Also, embedded are the smallest and fastest thumbnails, but do not show raw edits..