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Is there a limit to how many comparison objects?
I am doing some comparison of reports that our application generates and the visual compare is probably one of the better options.
I am concerned however that there might be a real limit, or a point where the number of objects compares slows the system down to a point of not being usable.
All in all it would probably be close to 10,000 images in 1024x 768 full screen resolution that would need to be comparied.
Would having that number of base documents cause a problem with how slow the script runs? Or is there a certain size or number of reports that would cause an issue?
As you can probably understand I could end up finding these answers myself by just doing it...but knowing ahead of time will make the planning process go better.
Re: Is there a limit to how many comparison objects?
There's no 'general' answer to this question. The number of images you can use for comparison is not limited in TC. The rest depends on your system configuration, this will be individual in each particular case.