Yesterday was Halloween in the USA, a holiday where people dress up in strange costumes. Having worked at taking special landscape photos mostly, I decided to walk around with my Nikon D750 for an hour or so, and take photos of the goings-on. I took around two dozen photos, narrowed it to half of that, and then down to five images that I enjoyed. When editing was finished, I wanted to export them to a folder in a reduced size, for emailing.
The end result was that three photos were exported as usual.
The other two generated errors:
I will upload one of the two files, along with the .dop file - not sure if I did something “wrong”, or PL5 has a bug. The only unusual thing I did, was select all five images at first, and try to export them, and that started my chain of errors. Now I’m stuck, but I don’t want to change anything yet from what I’ve got now.
I doubt the original files have a problem, as the D750 has been working normally. I didn’t do anything really strange in editing - just basic stuff. I could delete the “.dop” file and start over again, but maybe one of you can figure out what is wrong with the .dop file, if indeed that’s where the error is coming from.
_MJM9431 | 2021-10-31.nef (29.2 MB)
_MJM9431 | 2021-10-31.nef.dop (11.9 KB)
If it’s something I did, I need to avoid doing so in the future, but if it’s a bug in the software, DxO needs to check it out.