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  • gzalys
    gzalys
    Full name: Gediminas Zalys
    Posts: 27
    Last post: Nov 23, 2016 7:04:41 AM
    Registered on: Aug 13, 2015
    Imaging module handling tousands of images
    #1 by gzalys on Nov 23, 2016 7:04:40 AM

    Hello Community!

    I have couple of questions in regards to Imaging Module.
    Currently our system is growing and we expect to hold around 100,000 high res images. We have 35 image generators that resize and reshape these images.

    So imaging module will create roughly 3,500,000 images after its done.

    I am not worried about the size these images will take on the hard drive.
    However i am worried whether imaging module has been designed to cope with that many images.

    Another point to note, all the high resolution images are stored in the DAM and managed using assets app.

    Let me know your thoughts and concerns.

    Best,
    Ged

  • gzalys
    gzalys
    Full name: Gediminas Zalys
    Posts: 27
    Last post: Nov 23, 2016 7:04:41 AM
    Registered on: Aug 13, 2015
    Imaging module handling tousands of images
    #2 by gzalys on Nov 23, 2016 7:04:41 AM

    Hello Community!

    I have couple of questions in regards to Imaging Module.
    Currently our system is growing and we expect to hold around 100,000 high res images. We have 35 image generators that resize and reshape these images.

    So imaging module will create roughly 3,500,000 images after its done.

    I am not worried about the size these images will take on the hard drive.
    However i am worried whether imaging module has been designed to cope with that many images.

    Another point to note, all the high resolution images are stored in the DAM and managed using assets app.

    Let me know your thoughts and concerns.

    Best,
    Ged

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