I managed to find it and am currently playing around with it. Just a few thoughts so far…
1 - Coming from SAI, it seems to be slower to process the images. with my 5DIV files, on SAI it would take between 4-6 seconds per photo to sharpen. With PAI it seems to take between 10-12 seconds. I disabled pretty much everything except the sharpening. I don’t want to automatically upscale the images, and i don’t want it to detect faces etc.
2- With custom save folders, The display of the folder in the dialogue box is truncated so I only see part of it. So when I come to add more photos to the folder i want to confirm the folder is correct, so I click on the browse, but it defaults to the windows pictures folder, not the last folder used. SAI would only do that if the last used save folder no longer exists. If the folder exists, then it should automatically go back to that folder
As you can see from the screen cap below, sure it says ewfoundland, which I know means Newfoundland. But the whole folder is d:\photography\edited\2022.06.20 (Newfoundland). I cannot see that from the image. This is fine, but if I click on location to change location, the dialogue box that comes up should bring me back to that folder (unless it no longer exists). It is a pain to have to go find the folder all the time. I never use the windows picture folder, so I always have to go pick my folder. It just makes it a longer process compared to SAI.
3- Still waiting on a verdict on this… with SAI, and the latest drivers for my video card, if i used automatic sharpening, the program would crash after about 800ish pictures. Without fail. All the time. If i chose manual processing and have all the photos sharpened with the same settings, it would work for thousands and never crash. So I am hoping that PAI will have solved that particular problem.
4- During the save process, it does not have a counter like SAI does. ie… picture 4 of 1000 or whatever, so you know where you are in the process
5- SAI displayed how long each photo took to process, PAI does not do that. Not a big thing, but nice to see.
6- I believe SAI during the save process would display the sharpening settings used as the photo is processed. Would be nice to see that again.