I am not too clear with your query. Are you trying to import a jpg and not able to do so?
Please let me know if you are trying with Elements Editor and Organizer. Some brief steps would be helpful!
Thank you so much.
I am using Elements 11 Editor and I have a psd open. I am selecting File Place on my Macbook Pro (OSX). Then I get an error: Could not place the document ‘Green Toys Logo’ because no parser or file format can open the file.
Sure thing, thanks so much.
http://www.google.com.au/imgres?hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=jJz&sa=X&tbo =d&rls=org.mozilla:en-GB:official&biw=994&bih=582&tbm=isch&tbnid=KRAMn jLaI7s17M:&imgrefurl=http://www.koraorganics.com/blog/live-in-my-skin/ all-things-organic/organic-certification/food-is-sacred/&docid=P7vGWNL X3Nr27M&imgurl=http://www.koraorganics.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/201 1/08/LovingEarthFinalLogosmall2.jpg&w=236&h=91&ei=avcAUbSWHIy-kgWyx4GI Cw&zoom=1&iact=rc&dur=296&sig=117510420590065588295&page=1&tbnh=72&tbn w=188&start=0&ndsp=16&ved=1t:429,r:0,s:0,i:82&tx=114&ty=29
Excuse the long link!
I tried with one of my psd file, placing this Lovingearth logo, however I could place it correctly.
Can you try resetting the preferences from Edit>preferences>General and re-launch Editor again?
Can you try downloading the JPEG you uploaded above and opening in Editor?
I doubt that the headers in jpeg format must have gotten corrupt for some reason.
Another thing to try is creating a blank file in Editor and saving it as JPEG -Close it using Ctrl+W. Now open this blank.jpeg in Editor and see if it happens correctly.
I was really hoping it would solve your problem.
You can try one more thing, but first you should rename it back to jpg
This trick would open any readable image file to ACR. If the image opens for you, click on the left bottom side of the dialog to open the save dialog and save the image as jpg.
Please see if it works for you
When I download from Google, I have two choices in Firefox:
- either use the option 'Save as'
- or use a right click and choose 'save image as'.
In the first case, you can save the page in html format, even if you can keep the jpg extension
In the second one, no problem, you can save in a real jpeg format.
To check that, use the first choice, save the page with .jpg extention, rename it with the .htm extension. You'll be able to open it in Firefox.
Michel you gave me the clue that found a good solution. I simply rename the files with the .jpeg extension and then they can be opened or placed. It must be my download method?? Will look into improving my processes.
Appreciate all the help and time so much.
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