My apologies....I did an email while in Thunderbird but did not notice I
was still in the newsgroup.
On 4/12/2018 8:25 AM, RoseW wrote:
> I found this info about the previews.
> REMEMBER THE PREFERENCES in your CATALOG had the IMPORT PREVIEW TO BE AT
> MINIMUM for a faster import
> at any time, select multiple photos in the Grid view of the Library
> module and choose Library > Previews > Render 1:1 Previews. Let
> Lightroom process the images before you start to work on them.
> Keep standard-size previews as small as possible
> Because rendering standard previews takes time, don’t make Lightroom
> crunch harder than it has to. Keeping standard previews small also helps
> reduce the size of the preview file cache, which speeds performance and
> saves on hard disk space.
> To make standard previews small, specify the appropriate the size and
> quality in the Catalog Settings dialog box:
> Choose Edit > Catalog Settings (Windows) or Lightroom > Catalog
> Settings (Mac OS), and then select File Handling.
> For Standard Preview Size, choose the amount that is closest to the
> longest edge of your screen resolution, but not shorter than it. For
> example, if your screen resolution is 1920 x 1200 pixels, choose
> Standard Preview Size > 2048 Pixels.
> For Preview Quality, choose Low or Medium, which equates to the
> low- or mid-range of the quality scale for JPEG files.