Last week I went to the US National Taekwondo Open for a week as a media photography, came back with 15,000 RAW image, most of which are junk
Because of the large number of photos I'm reevaluating my work flow from top to bottom. I've used the Adobe RAW converter to make 15,000 smaller size JPEGs for review.
What I would like to do is to use FPV to rate each JPEG, then delete or sort the JPEGs and RAWs, and delete all the "bad" ones. I'm only keeping the best of the best, under 10% of the files. I want to do this before I involve any bigger, fancier, and slower programs (do you know how long it takes to import 30,000 RAW + jpeg images into iDimager?)
Now, in the FPV quick help there is a cntrl-A for the "keep" folder. I vaguely remember you can send files to different folders based on rating? I can't find anything on the details in the help. If this was true it would lead to a quick solution.
So in summary, I want to rate, then sort and eventually delete based on rating at the lowest (i.e. fastest) level possible.