Regarding “non-original files”, I was referring to thumbnail & preview files, they’re of lower quality than originals. Before you replied to my question, I was wondering if they were counted toward the 25,000 photo limits as well, if so, then perhaps I should limit my “non-original” devices from 2 computers to 1. However since you mentioned that Mylio only considered “unique entries” toward the 25,000 photo limits, my next question would be:
How does Mylio checks for uniqueness? Aside from filename, does it also use date/time?
Does Mylio considered this as 1 entry or 2? It’s same picture but on my camera, I have 2 SD slots, one stores the picture in raw format, and the other in jpeg format.
- What if the camera reset the number and IMG_1234.NEF/JPG is now a different picture taken with different date/time, would Mylio count this as same file as #2 or different?
Regarding non-photo files, Mylio did copy all of them from to my NAS because I accidentally point Mylio to a wrong folder D:\Users\Michael (which contains other non-photo folders like music, videos, docs, ringtones, docs, favorites, etc.). I should have pointed Mylio to D:\Users\Michael\photos folder. Eventually I got an error “Import Limit Reached”. I do not know if Mylio counts these non-photo files toward the 25,000 limits or not.