Viewing all FAQ's for QuickServer

< Back to Support Home

This is our new fully-automated image correction solution!

Perfectly Clear QuickServer is a brand-new product – and it will be replacing our Perfectly Clear LAB product. This FAQ will compare the two. QuickServer includes a lot of new features, speed and capability: now has a beautiful front end interface (Perfectly Clear QuickDesk) to it which allows for the following benefits: Create custom presets […]

Perfectly Clear QuickServer is a very high volume automatic correction tool. It operates un-attended, meaning operators do not see the corrections before they are applied to the images. QuickServer is for labs and photo processors who need the highest level of automation, while still demanding great image quality. QuickServer is typically setup once, then it […]

This FAQ will introduce you to the main features of QuickServer Let’s first discuss some concepts: Channels Channels associate a processing Preset (created in QuickDesk), with folders and processing settings. Hot Folder Channels are the most common, and there are four folders that each channel can assign for these Channels: input – this is the […]

It’s easy, and we’ll go through each step here. First: just click  This channel becomes selected, so it’s settings are visible on the right.  Now, give it a name, add a description if you like, then pick a preset to apply. Now: we need to setup the folders for this channel.  The quickest way to […]

Trigger files control when a QuickServer Channel will begin processing Hot Folder Channels. Hot Folder Channels can either be set to start processing as soon as images are added to the input folder, or they can be set to wait for a trigger file. This is configured in the Channel Settings: In this example there […]

Target Channels in Perfectly Clear QuickServer allow you to automatically correct images without using the ‘Hot Folder’ approach.  This method allows you to correct any image or sets of images that are accessible to your QuickServer computer – either local files or files on a network drive – and it does so without having to […]

Upgrading from Perfectly Clear LAB to QuickServer is quick and simple.  All you need to do is install QuickServer on the machine that is currently running LAB 5 and then run QuickServer.  The first time QuickServer runs, it will check to see if any LAB 5 presets or channels exist.  If it finds any, then […]

QuickDesk and QuickServer are two parts of the same overall product.  You can purchase only QuickDesk, or you can purchase QuickDesk and QuickServer. After you purchase, you’ll be emailed an order confirmation and license key.  Open the Apps Manager and click ‘Activate’ and paste this license key and your email address.  That’s all there is […]

No, at this time Perfectly Clear QuickServer does not support PDF files. If you require PDF support, then you will need to stay with LAB 5 for the time being.  We are evaluating the need to add support for PDF files in QuickServer – please contact your EyeQ Sales Executive or open a support case […]

LAB 5 has been continually upgraded for many years, and has a strong following across the world by many major companies in the photo space.  But, in order to provide the best support, quicker development cycles, and more robust features and stability, we needed to do more than just continue to upgrade the existing product. […]

Watch all our video tutorials on QuickDesk here Or read the full User Guide here

Yes! QuickServer integration allows automatic image correction to be applied on a much higher volume of photos. These are automatically corrected without operator review or approval, so the processing time is much faster. The DP2 operator can select specific jobs to process, can designate rules to auto-process jobs (from specific clients or events, for example), or can auto-correct […]

This FAQ will explain the main factors that affect the performance of Perfectly Clear QuickServer. Perfectly Clear QuickServer Performance Data QuickServer can process over 10,000 images per hour, averaging 10 megapixels, on standard desktop computers.  High powered workstations can achieve 20,000 images per hour or more, and high CPU-count servers with plenty of RAM can […]

Our products rely on several Microsoft components that are installed by default on the vast majority of systems, but might be out of date or missing – especially on older systems.  If these are missing, then various issues can result, including: Preview image and / or thumbnails not appearing Problems saving images from PNG files […]

Sign up for news, discounts, freebies, and other good stuff!
No Thanks