I’m using GNOME on Ubuntu 18.10 and it’s default file manager Nautilus to manage my photos since I cannot conform to any management software like Digikam. And I tried many times but I always end up managing my photos in nautilus.
Now the problem is; I shoot raw with my Canon 77D (CR2) and DJI Inspire 1 (DNG) and I cannot see any thumbnails in Nautilus for those two formats. Or any other raw format for that matter.
The current process that I have to create thumbnails now is to use gThumb to open a folder with (sometimes thousands) images and let it create the appropriate thumbnails. That’s a very slow and painful process which takes away significant amount of my time.
I’ve tried solutions proposed on the web and installing gnome-raw-thumbnailer and some similar tools but it always ends up with me loosing the thumbnails or it takes hours to generate thumbnails for even just a few images.
My dear fellas, has anybody solved this successfully for themselves? If you did, please share the solution here b/c getting those thumbnails is such a pita for me.
Thank you all!