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I can tell Adobe is really concerned about this....
Did you actually let Adobe know? Or just your fellow users here?
Use the Contact link/button at the top of this page to acommunicate with Adobe or sub,it a bug report.
I reported the problem to Adobe using the bug report, although since I don't expect a personal response from them it doesn't really help my immediate problem.
I live in New Zealand so I don't have the luxury of calling a US customer service number.
I have noticed other users have a similar problem to mine so it can't be unique and I thought these forums would be my best bet.
See if clicking on Refresh in Bridge or Purging the Cache brings back the missing (unconverted) files. It could be a simple question of Bridge not being able to build its cache fast enough to keep up with the speed of the conversion.
Please let us know if it helps.
No, I have tried purging/refreshing before and it doesn't help, because the un-converted CR2 files are just skipped over and put in the same destination folder as the successfully converted CR2 files (to DNG). I thought it might be a memory issue, but I never have any other applications open. As a test, I purposely opened some other applications to see if MORE CR2 files would be skipped, but the amount of files skipped was still random.
My "DNG Conversion Settings," accessed through the Get Photos From Camera dialogue, is set to:
Jpeg Preview: Medium Size
Preserve Raw Image (Checked)
Embed Original Raw File (UN CHECKED)
Could some of my Edit>Preferences>Cache options be overloading things and causing skips? I use the default settings because I wasn't confident with messing around with the cache.