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 on: July 10, 2020, 06:02:53 AM 
Started by sync007 - Last post by admin
Don't select all because that selects the prints too.  Just select all the mats (individually) without selecting the prints on top... and then move by dragging any of the selected mats.  Think of them like placemats: you drag the mats to move them (and all the plates/silverware on them move with the placemats).

Mike

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 on: July 10, 2020, 12:17:04 AM 
Started by sync007 - Last post by sync007
Ok mine are matts should have used borders instead but when I select all and then try to grab the matt they all disconnect? See photo

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 on: July 09, 2020, 11:34:19 PM 
Started by sync007 - Last post by admin
Borders are always attached to the prints: they will never disconnect.  So you only have to worry about that if you are using photo mats since the mat sits under the prints: for photo mats, just make sure you select the mat(s) and not the print(s) if you want to move them.  On the main live view, you can select multiple prints and then click and drag on any that are selected.  They'll all move together.

Regards,
Mike

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 on: July 09, 2020, 11:20:17 PM 
Started by sync007 - Last post by sync007
I have 18 images on a page with a border around all of them, I can select them all but how do I move all the images with borders all at once without the borders becoming disconnected to the images? Is there a way to lock everything down and move the entire images and borders?

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 on: July 09, 2020, 12:41:56 AM 
Started by admin - Last post by admin
Qimage can certainly handle that size.  Can you upload the file to Google Drive or any other file sharing service and send a link?  If you're not comfortable posting it here, you can send me a direct message here so only I see the link (or email it).  It sounds like there is something about that TIFF that makes it an unsupported format but I'd have to look at the file.

Regards,
Mike

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 on: July 08, 2020, 11:33:18 PM 
Started by admin - Last post by Larry Kaufman
Hi Mike,

The file is a composite of original image data (16bit Roman16 licensed files, eciRGB V2) resized, not resampled to 720
File dimensions is 9,000 x 13,465 @ 16Bit

I get the same unsupported results on two PCs, one with 8 GB RAM, the other with 64GB

I just noticed that the Information display for the unsupported file ends with (4).
If that relates to the 1-8 issues, then 4 in the list of issues = Are zero bytes in length

Perhaps this is a Windows 10 update issue and related to the GicleePrinter tiff issue post.

Regards,
Larry


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 on: July 08, 2020, 03:50:08 PM 
Started by DdeGannes - Last post by DdeGannes
Thanks for the info, you have only reinforced my observations over the past 15 years. I tried on two occasions for a week or two and then abandoned.
Most, maybe 95% are Olympus raw files and they are going through trying times. I am only considering my alternatives. My main concern is the application of the lens corrections necessary for my m43 lenses. My present camera is OM-D E-M1.

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 on: July 08, 2020, 01:44:33 PM 
Started by DdeGannes - Last post by admin
Technically everything should still work but remember that DNG is an Adobe abomination (like the PSD file format where Adobe only offers partial support to third parties).  It's kind of like using Google Translate to translate from Japanese to English.  A great tool but you end up with a product where something may have gotten lost in the translation.  Is there a reason you are doing this?  My own personal opinion is it should be fine, but definitely never get rid of your original raws!

Regards,
Mike

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 on: July 08, 2020, 01:39:14 PM 
Started by admin - Last post by admin
Nothing has changed with regard to TIFF loading.  What are both resolution values?  I'm unable to calculate memory requirements with only one dimension.  Also, how are you getting a 720 PPI file: it sounds like you are resampling in another program which is a general no-no.

Regards,
Mike

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 on: July 08, 2020, 12:34:54 PM 
Started by admin - Last post by Larry Kaufman
Hi Mike,

Under V2020.121 I am getting an unsupported file type error on a 16bit uncompressed Tiff test file I had printed routinely in the past.
It seems to be related  to #8 in the "Files will be excluded if they:"

#8) Are more than 100,000 pixels on either edge

If I reduce the file from 13,465 pixels (18.7" @720 dpi) to 9,999 pixels it builds the thumbnail
But this is off by a decimal place from the #8 specification

Thanks,
Larry




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