not up with this techo stuff
others better educated will need to know this stuff
which Nikon been uses?
have you been able to process these files in the past
What happens with files from a different camera
Have you tried importing as DNG
Click off a few jpeg files and try those
Sorry, not very helpful, however your answers will help others to help you
Hi, I use both (Nikon D3 & D3s). All from different CF cards (SanDisk & Toshiba & Lexar).
Yes, some files 800%) of them can be processed, but this percentage has been decreasing. I am experiencing more files with errors recently.
Some of my files from the Ricoh GRD4 have errors, but most of them are from the Nikon RAW. (Could it be a RAW format error?)
Sorry I import them as RAW files, not DNG.
JPEGS have errors as well.
Thank you for your help.
do you format your cards in the camera before taking photos? Good solid cameras
importing as dng is an option; just try a few. Pick a few trouble files>duplicate them out side LR>> and add dot/dash to name outside LR and re-import them again as Raw or dng. Will pay to use a separate folder.
Hi IanB, thank you for the tip. I shall try it.
I have just updated my version of LR5 to 5.7, just to reduce margin of errors, hopefully.
The first problem is the fact that images take ages to 'open' and 'read' in the Develop tab. It never was this case. Its not about computer processing speed, so I think its more than meets the eye here.
The second problem is that, why wont the file open in Photoshop as well?
Sorry, yes I format the card after each use, and the cards dont go into other cameras.
getting above me now; best to wait for someone else to come in a help
There are dramas for some using LR 5 and up
really sounds like corrupt files for some reason...........but different cameras/cards .
If the files are corrupt, I should not be able to view them at all (I am assuming here).
So if I can see them in the Drive, in the camera, and in LR5 preview + library, the file should be 'working', at least.
Not being able to "read" hopefully, its just due to some file extension or some locating error.
Months ago, I asked for Nikon to check on my cameras for a faulty card socket or system, yet they had no reports.
Yes I have been having these errors months ago, but its so bad now that every 10 files, I get at least 4-5 'unreadable files'.