Lightroom: Process queue for Muli-tasking Management

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This conversation has been merged. Please reference the main conversation: Lightroom: Ability to set up a queue up and schedule several tasks at a time when you're not by your computer

First, let me say that Lightroom is becoming an incredible tool for creating time lapse videos. These videos often have long render times and Lightroom's ability to multitask is fantastic. I like to cue up a video to render while I prepare the next one. Eventually there are several tasks in progress and the total time it takes for them to complete grows.

I like the way we can cycle through the several tasks that are in progress and choose "X" or stop them if we like. My request would be add the option of pausing a process so that others can continue with greater speed. I could see video professionals queuing up dozens of videos to render and having a little more management of these processes would be nice.
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Scott Martin

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Here's a simple idea...

When importing into Lightroom give the user the possibility to stop, pause or to suspend (until a later time) the import-process. This is hugely beneficial... It would give you some room to wiggle and import at your own timetable, especially when importing huge folders...

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Lightroom: Pause, stop or suspend importing of pictures.

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