What leads you to believe your ORFs cannot be converted to DNGs?
Are you using an older version of the DNG Converter that doesn’t know how to process the newer ORFs? TO clarify this, what version of the DNG Converter are you using and what model of camera are the ORFs from?
Are you double-click opening the folder with the ORFs instead of single-click selecting the source folder?
Thanks for reaction.
I just download the last vesrion of DNg konverter from ADOBE page. And I star to convert my ORFs files to DNGs but for example 60 of 260 are not converted. The convertor says that There is a problem with writig file.
If you do the conversion, again, do other files fail? One possibility is that some other background process is getting ahold of the files and preventing the DNGC from writing to them. Virus software or Bridge or DropBox or another type of realtime backup process might be candidates.
Or is the destination hard-drive almost full?
Sorry, I'm stupid. :-) Your last tip, tha the destination hard-drive is almost full is right. So problem is solved! Thanks.
may I have one more question? Do you thing taht if I convert all my ORFs files to DNG, I can delet the orogonals ORFs?Can I lost something?
Converting to DNG makes the photos more convenient to work with in Adobe software but less compatible with non-Adobe software, so that’s what you’ll be losing, the ability to work with the files in non-Adobe software.
If you’re converting to DNG because you’re using obsolete Adobe software that is too old to recognize the ORFs then you have to convert, but otherwise, you might leave them as ORFs for the widest compatibility with other software.