Working with Images in Filmstrip View

Filmstrip view is the default view for the Browser. You can use filmstrip view in combination with the Viewer to quickly scroll from image to image, making changes and comparing images. For example, you can select several images in a row, group them in a stack, apply ratings, and compare them side by side in the Viewer. You can use the Right Arrow and Left Arrow keys to quickly move from image to image, and you can use the scroll bar and the Shuttle control to scroll through images. You can resize the thumbnails in the filmstrip by dragging the top of the filmstrip to enlarge its area.

Figure. Browser in filmstrip view and the Viewer displaying the selected image.
To switch to filmstrip view
Do one of the following:
  • Choose View > Browser > Filmstrip (or press Control-F).

  • Click the Filmstrip View button in the Browser.

    Figure. Filmstrip View button in the Browser.

Note: The main window must be set to the Split View layout in order to access the filmstrip in the Browser. When the main window is set to Browser, the Filmstrip View button disappears.

To shuttle continuously through the images in a project
Do one of the following:
  • Drag the Shuttle control.

  • Press J to shuttle left, press K to stop shuttling, or press L to shuttle right.

    Note: Pressing J or L multiple times increases the shuttle speed.