[Digikam-users] Re: RAW file gone after conversion to jpeg
sleeplessregulus at hetnet.nl
Sun Apr 3 10:26:22 BST 2011
This is interesting!
Not a happy end but might point to a clou!
I decided to do an update. Update manager. Ubuntu updates, I checked
under Updates, Ubuntu Updates all 4 options. Got a very huge update, saw
some sqlite stuf coming by. After it was done, I started DK and
miraculously there were all the formerly disappeared PEFś.
BUT ALAS!: After converting them again they were gone again.
On 02-04-11 23:34, Gilles Caulier wrote:
> Can you run digiKam from a console, with previously enable debug space
> of digiKam using kdebugdialog. Look traces on the console when you
> reproduce this workflow.
> Gilles Caulier
> 2011/4/2 Ozzy<ozzyprv at gmail.com>:
>> It is happening again.
>> Sequence of events (hopefully somebody can provide help).
>> 1. I select few .dng files (using/holding Ctrl and clicking on images -
>> 2. I use the shortcut to send selected files to batch queue manager (press
>> 3. In batch queue manager, I select the Base Tools tab, then Covert>Convert
>> to JEPG
>> 3. In batch queue manager, I select Target tab, then I click on the folder I
>> want to send the .JEPG files to
>> 4. In batch queue manager I click on "Run".
>> Then, when I go back to main DK windown, to the album where the selected
>> .dng files were...they are gone. No thumbnail, nothing.
>> As I mention before, I checked with a file manager and the files are in the
>> corresponding folder. They are the real files, I check ed opening them with
>> a viewer.
>> It is just like, for some reason, the DK DB thinks they are gone.....WHY?
>> Can I some how rebuild the DB?
>> On Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 8:17 PM, ozzyprv<ozzyprv at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> No. I checked. No filter is active.
>>> Any way to rebuild the DB.
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