I just tried opening a group of images from Bridge using the Photoshop>Image Processor command and got a similar error message. This one was a constructor 324 instead of 224.
This is usually an install problem. Do you have other versions of Photoshop installed? Does Fit Image work on them?
Can you uninstall and reinstall?
If you could send your system info over that might help out as well.
You may have to also reset your PS preferences.
No older versions installed.
I was however able to do the following:
From Bridge I ran Photoshop>Batch. In that menu I selected an action I created in a previous version of PS that included the Fit Image script. I clicked ok and everything ran perfectly. The problem is I can't run Fit Image directly from Photoshop using conventional methods.
As for my system info, I am running the following:
Quad core i7-3610QM @ 2.3GHz
8GB of RAM
nVIDIA GeForce 650M - 2GB
Could there be any other troubleshooting solution besides running reinstall? I want to exhaust all efforts before going down that path.
Other than reinstalling Bridge and Photoshop, I could not find a solution.
- The .tif files were on a network location, i xfered them to desktop...still got the 325 error.
- The .tif files were provided by a third-party, not created personally and I had no problem renaming them in Bridge.
- The original .zip the .tif files came packed in would not unpack with StuffIt Expander 14.0.1, OSX 10.10 built-in archive tool had no issues.
My Solution was to use XnConvert for this specific job since it was a simple image resize.