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genedel
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« on: October 17, 2006, 08:54:08 PM »
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I tried to import about 400 images today. Fifty or so were not imported. I received the following " The following files were not imported. The files were not saved with maximize compatibility"
Do i have to go back to Photoshop and make sure the Allow Maximize Compatibility is checked and open and resave each of the imaes or is there an easier way of doing it.
By the way why do you have to have "Maximize Compatibility" turned on?
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« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2006, 03:14:22 AM »
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I tried to import about 400 images today. Fifty or so were not imported. I received the following " The following files were not imported. The files were not saved with maximize compatibility"
Do i have to go back to Photoshop and make sure the Allow Maximize Compatibility is checked and open and resave each of the imaes or is there an easier way of doing it.
By the way why do you have to have "Maximize Compatibility" turned on?
Gene
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Yes, and it's to maximize compatibility with other programs, just as it says. The extra disc space needs are not excessive, so always switch it on.

Maybe use Bridge and the Image Processor to automate resaving the files?

John
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