Re: [Gimp-user] UFRaw cutting file

2012-11-30 Thread Boris Kukushkin
Maybe I'll seem a bit stupid as I'm not sure whether I got it right, but as far 
as I understand, the advice was to copy the images to your hard drive instead 
of trying to process them right on the card (or in your camera). Just create a 
folder and copy via right-click menu, or select the files and hit Ctrl+C (this 
is a global hot-key for copying), change to the folder on your HDD where you 
want the files and hit Ctrl+V, or open two explorer windows next to each other 
and drag-n-drop. Try to open the files and see if the problem is still there. 

If this really fixes the problem, then it might be a good idea to try and 
replace the card -- it can be faulty. 

Hope that this will help and sorry if I told some obvious things.

Good luck!
Boris

On 30 ноября 2012 09:05:16 Ebizjoey wrote:
 Copy files off a memory card or out of your camera onto your computer
 before working on them.
 
 You may find that helps. I've seen problems with slow cards or faulty
 camera connections somtimes.
 
 Liam
 
 
 Thanks Liam, how would one do that? I see the card in computer (vista) but 
 if
 I hit copy off a right click nothing happens, if you have time please advice
 (older and new to computers) and let me thank you now as it is late here in
 Cleveland OH and I am going to get some sleep now - so thank you much.
 

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Re: [Gimp-user] UFRaw cutting file

2012-11-29 Thread Patrick Shanahan
* Ebizjoey for...@gimpusers.com [11-29-12 13:18]:

 I shoot in raw so I open from there, problem is that frequently the file
 will open good the first 2/3's (two thirds from top to bottom) and than
 have a line, and the rest is dark and does not show up in Gimp (this
 darkened part).

I have seen this, when the photo did not get written completely to the
card.  But this happens before you get to the computer...
 
 I am not real knowledgeable so any advice would be appreciated, thank
 you.
 
 Wow, UFRaw seems moody, I wanted to do a screenshot to attach and today
 it works good.  This seems to happen more in portrait up down camera
 vertical than landscape horizontal shots.  You know how time is, want it
 to work when I am full of energy to work, thanks again.

Open one of the troubled files with geeqie or xv and see if the file has
problems before ufraw presents it to gimp.  Or see if you can see the
complete file in ufraw.

If you see the complete file in ufraw, export it and open the resulting
file with gimp.  See if you still have the problem.

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Re: [Gimp-user] UFRaw cutting file

2012-11-29 Thread Liam R E Quin
On Fri, 2012-11-30 at 07:47 +0100, Ebizjoey wrote:
 [...] it is intermittent, like yesterday it was doing it and
 today it is not, same files.

Copy files off a memory card or out of your camera onto your computer
before working on them.

You may find that helps. I've seen problems with slow cards or faulty
camera connections somtimes.

Liam

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