I downloaded, installed and ran PhotoStructure for Desktops v.0.9.1 on Windows 10.
I’m wondering if I should have done more reading and decided on whether node or server would have been a better choice, or if I took the right path. Is this something I can change if I need to? (I assume the answer is ‘yes’ as the library is supposed to be portable among versions.
If I remove a media folder from a drive after it has been processed by PhotoStructure (perhaps to offline storage), I assume that those media files continue to be available in PhotoStructure, right? What happens if I restore that folder to the same or a different volume? Does it get re-imported, or does de-duplication prevent that?
What happens if I delete photos or videos from the Library using Windows Explorer or some other tool? Does that mess things up?
If I mount an SD card or USB drive with media files on it, do I need to do anything to get PhotoStructure to process it, or is it automatic?