I'm trying to import whole my photo gallery which consist from over 32k photos organized in the hundreds sub-directories. If I clicked onto the main directory and start to import, the import after hours is stopped and the application doesn't respond. I'm trying a workaround where I start to import all, but manually interrupt the import after 10k+ photos. It seems to be working, but I'd expect the application should be able to do it at once and not to frozen. Thanks for the help! Milos !
You should not have that issue even with much bigger catalogs. It looks like you are facing a hardware capacity problem: RAM or disk space, or non optimized scratch disks settings.
It would be helpful to know more about your system specs (menu Help >> System info, you can paste a copy here).
You can import sequentially by different batches. You select a high level directory and import all its contents, including all its subfolders, then another etc.
there is my system's information:
Elements Organizer 188.8.131.52
Verze jádra: 15.0 (20160905.m.97630)
Jazyková verze: 15.0 (20160905.m.97630)
Název katalogu: Můj katalog
Umístění katalogu: C:\ProgramData\Adobe\Elements Organizer\Catalogs\Můj katalog\
Velikost katalogu: 68MB
Velikost vyrovnávací paměti katalogu: 595MB
Název operačního systému: Windows 10
Verze operačního systému: 10.0
Systémová architektura: AMD Procesor Řada:15 Model:1 Krokování:2 s MMX, SSE Integer, SSE FP, SSE2
Vestavěná paměť: 8GB
Volná paměť: 1,2GB
it seems to be another issue than the large amount of the photos. The application has frozen when analyzing a video file in .mts format. Is it possible to automatically skip *.mts files? This could be video from Sony camera.
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I did more investigation and I found out: Photoshop Elements 15 Can't Show .mts video files , where is recommended to install Haali Media Splitter. The media add performed without the issue after installation of it. IMHO there is a bug, which caused the application frozen when media in mts format were found. I assume that it is may be connected with the missing codec. Can Adobe to check it and repair?