PS Is there a problem with spaces in the file name?
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Can you open the TIFF in Photoshop, then do a "save as" and produce a new iteration. Try importing that new file. Any luck?
Did you go through similar threads on forums?
plus you can import images from pdf through the Book Module or Slideshow Module.
Please check the following article , export from Book Module : How to make photo books in Lightroom
Export from Slideshow : How to play and export slideshows in Lightroom
Let me know if it helps.
- I don't own photoshop.
- I'm not getting "unsupported compression algorithm" errors. I am getting "file is corrupted" errors, and that is total nonsense, since I can open it in Windows native picture viewer, and irfanview too.
And that thread also mentioned, btw, that it's a complete pain to go through files one by one and resave. I have hundreds of such scans. Besides, if Photohop (an adobe product) can manage to open these files, why can't (they make) Lightroom open them? I don't want or need photoshop, as I'm not a pro. I want to adjust exposures, fix red/pet eye, crop, and manage my photos by key words and geographic location. I also edit the capture date, since I'm scanning old family photos and slides from years of travel in a pre-digital age.
PS to the pdf remark. I guess I didn't make my point. I know how to create slide shows. It's the ones I received from others I am trying to open, that and other documents that are pictures/scanned images that just happen to be pdf files.