That seemed to do the trick. Any idea why that was the fix? I think some of the issues on most of these may be tied to the matching Jpeg being an Acros film simulation. That still seems to be confusing ON1 as the colors occasionally is messed up unless I set the Jpeg and Raw to be treated separately. Perhaps its a coincidence .
Hmmm. Thanks for getting back. Next thing to try.
Create a temp folder
Use Finder (on Mac) or Explorer (Windows) to copy the image files that have the problem, to the temp folder
Start ON1 and browse the copied files
IF they wok, then from inside ON1, drag them to their original location and when prompted, select Replace
Hello evryone. Just this i ask my self last 48 hours.
For example: my question are?
Tracking are think tò use for muve subject. Ok
But when i shot my be at 360 shutter Speed i see face subject focus and other in muvment.
I m sure if i shot in AFS or AFC the picture Will be more Better. Zona or point Notting change to much.
So when i Need use tracking?
I have think the Only situation can use Is when you not can muve the camera. Or when you want take a picture of a background and subject muve.
Becouse if i shot in AFS or AFC the photo look Better ...
What you think about? Thank you
Some images that have both a blank preview and also blank on edit had an on1 file but deleting it made no difference on some, on others the preview was still blank but a blurry image did appear when in edit mode. Other blank ones had no corresponding file. I did notice in ON1 the "bad" files had partially blank EXIF info. Also I would swear which are blank changes at times.