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philwizzer123 [Avatar]
Member Private Message Location: Kent UK Joined: Dec 31, 2013 08:42 Messages: 62 Offline
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I have scanned a number of photos and have made a number of edits etc.

I now want to commit those changes (i.e. save) so I have to export the photos.

I select all, hit export and get the export window.

I want to keep them in the same file/location so I choose that export destination.

I select Overwrite Without Warning for file naming conflicts because I'm not changing the name of the files.

I choose don't recompress photo if original is JPG and no adjustments were made - because I haven't edited all.

I hit the export button and get the error message specified.

What am I doing wrong?



Thanks

Phil
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Are you saving to a folder on a hard disc, partition, memory stick, or other? If memory stick, is it NTFS or FAT? The program may need more space on whatever you are saving to. How much free space do you have on the drive? How many images are you working with at one time? .
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philwizzer123 [Avatar]
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I am saving the photos to a folder on my desk top on my hard drive on my computer. All my other pictures are in the pictures folder of the same hard drive thanks
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Hello philwizzer123,

On occasions, I've had that same alert when, like you, I was quite sure I'd taken all the right steps & even more certain that "the specified path was valid".

That alert has left me bewildered because repeating the same actions doesn't always trigger it surprised

My usual export preferences are: Keep in same location - Keep original resolution - JPEG 100% - File Name/sequence - Use unique names without warning. Note that these are NOT global PhD preferences. They apply only to a particular PhD project.

I'll raise this with the team at CL.

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Quote Hello philwizzer123,

On occasions, I've had that same alert when, like you, I was quite sure I'd taken all the right steps & even more certain that "the specified path was valid".

That alert has left me bewildered because repeating the same actions doesn't always trigger it surprised

My usual export preferences are: Keep in same location - Keep original resolution - JPEG 100% - File Name/sequence - Use unique names without warning. Note that these are NOT global PhD preferences. They apply only to a particular PhD project.

I'll raise this with the team at CL.

PIX


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