- What is the source of import ?
- What kind of files are you importing ?
- Have you tried resetting preferences and then importing into Lightroom.
Thanks so much for your response. Been busy with the holidays so just sitting down again to tackle this.
I am importing RAW files from my Nikon D7100.
I deleted the preferences as you suggested but I'm still having the same problems.
Any other thoughts?
If there is a video on your camera card, try copying the video to your hard drive, delete the video from the camera card, and try importing again.
Also, try different hardware. If you are using a card reader, connect the camera directly to the computer, or vice versa.
Are you connecting the camera to the computer or using a Card Reader? If camera try using a Card Reader.
What is the destination set to? Check the destination location to see if your username has Read/Write permissions.
There's no video.
This is going to sound stupid but now that I have the card reader connected, I can't figure out how to find it in the source options! When I've used my camera, it appears when I turned it on. I've used my camera for importing for the past year and have had no problems.
The destination is set to my user name/pictures where it has always been and have not had problems with it before.
I'm trying to use card reader now but can't figure out how to find it in the source options.
First make sure the card reader is being seen by OS X. Open a Finder window and it should show up in the left panel. If Finder (OS X) isn't see it then try another cable or reader.
I'm using the computer slot now and it's recognizing the card and the import seems to be working. I'm still interested in knowing why my camera import would just stop working?
Thanks for your responses and assistance. Happy New Years!
I'm still interested in knowing why my camera import would just stop working?
Hardware malfunction? Cable or USB port gone bad?