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 91 
 on: December 15, 2020, 02:07:03 PM 
Started by knowriteye - Last post by admin
Nothing has changed in the code in the past year or so with regard to converting images, so let's see if we can figure this out.  I ran a test with 112 TIFFs that I converted to JPEG and checked the memory before, during, and after, and I'm not seeing any memory leaks or other problems.  Unfortunately it can be complicated with TIFFs because their headers can be so complex that it's almost like running unspecified code: and that code can sometimes cause problems.  This is why Fred asked where the TIFFs came from; what he meant was... what software was used to create the TIFFs?  My first suspicion is that you have some TIFFs that have bad headers or have header info that Qimage can't handle for some reason (they are not compatible).  See if you can narrow down the problem.  That is, when you try to convert some TIFFs and you run into this problem, try splitting them into two halves: does the error only happen when one of the two batches of 20 is converted?  If so, split that bad batch of 20 into 10/10 and repeat.  See if you can find the problem TIFF(s): there may only be one... or a few.  If you can find one, you can send it to me and I'll see if I can find what is causing the problem.

Regards,
Mike

 92 
 on: December 15, 2020, 01:23:09 PM 
Started by knowriteye - Last post by Fred A
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managed convert 40 TIFFS to JPEGS, selected another 40 form the same folder and got the out of range message again.
I would have to ask Mike if there's a memory shortage in your system, or perhaps some limit?

Just wait a bit. Mike should get to the office before 10
Fred

 93 
 on: December 15, 2020, 01:08:55 PM 
Started by knowriteye - Last post by knowriteye
Hi Fred A, The TIFFs came from my hard drive. Qimage has succesfully converted many hundreds of files taken in the same format, with the same camera in years gone by. I uninstalled Qimage and reinstalled it, managed convert 40 TIFFS to JPEGS, selected another 40 form the same folder and got the out of range message again. Strange!! I will unstall and reinstall Qimage to see what happens. Will keep you posted with the result.

 94 
 on: December 15, 2020, 11:42:24 AM 
Started by knowriteye - Last post by Fred A
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Running Qimage 2020 100 trying to convert TIFFs to JPEGS and getting asn out of range error. What am I doing wrong?

Please describe the steps you are using.
Have you closed and reopened Qimage?
Where did the Tiffs come from?

Fred

 95 
 on: December 15, 2020, 11:20:49 AM 
Started by knowriteye - Last post by knowriteye
Running Qimage 2020 100 trying to convert TIFFs to JPEGS and getting asn out of range error. What am I doing wrong?

 96 
 on: December 15, 2020, 03:15:02 AM 
Started by clinchfield - Last post by clinchfield
Fred and Mike, thank you both for your help - I appreciate it.

 97 
 on: December 14, 2020, 02:50:53 PM 
Started by clinchfield - Last post by admin
Assuming both of your prints are 5.12 x 6.84, two will fit on a page as long as you have enough printable area and you don't have the new auto-rotate button in the off position.  The page size (printable area) is listed above the live view: the length of the paper must be at least 10.24 inches to fit two 5.12 x 6.84 per page.  Also check the auto-rotate button (next to the crop button on the Prints tab) and make sure auto-rotate is on (button is highlighted).  If auto-rotate is off, it won't rotate your portrait prints automatically because it will by trying to keep them in the upright orientation.

Mike

 98 
 on: December 14, 2020, 11:26:34 AM 
Started by clinchfield - Last post by Fred A
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I had tried it with IntelliCenter and IntelliSpace. It wasn't until I turned Auto Cropping OFF that I could successfully fit the two images on one sheet. That confuses me because the video says to turn the scissors on.
It can't rotate unless there's enough room, Simple example. 
First screen snap 079 is showing an image, crop scissor on. with Qimage told to make an 8 x 10.
Next  screen snap 080, is showing crop scissor off, and I used a square image for effect, could be any image with less than a 5:4 aspect ratio. OU will present with its native aspect ratio. In the example: 4.75 x 4.75.

So in screen snap 081, now that there's room, the image will rotate.

Fred

 99 
 on: December 14, 2020, 03:25:37 AM 
Started by clinchfield - Last post by clinchfield
I had tried it with IntelliCenter and IntelliSpace. It wasn't until I turned Auto Cropping OFF that I could successfully fit the two images on one sheet. That confuses me because the video says to turn the scissors on.

 100 
 on: December 13, 2020, 01:02:22 PM 
Started by clinchfield - Last post by Fred A
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I would be grateful if someone could point out what I'm doing wrong. Thanks.
It wasn't your fault. That video was made using a version that had not had the various placement options installed yet.
Your question was good for everyone.
Fred

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