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1  Software Discussions / Media Pro & Expression Media / Re: Buy Expression Media 2 for $129 on: August 24, 2011, 12:45:59 PM
I ordered yesterday, will i receive ship detais, etc.....
Thanks, henri
henri@themonniers.com.....
2  Software Discussions / Media Pro & Expression Media / Please share the 'golden key' on: August 24, 2011, 11:23:03 AM
I seem to be the only one here discussing (or trying to discuss the latest release of MediaOne. That makes me think I'm the only one trying and the rest have given up, or I'm the one trying to find the golden key that every one else has aready found... Sure wish I could share in the that wealth.....

I have been an IView user through many releases, and always found them ready, willing, and able to assist with a situation, My last IView release is 3.1.3 still running on my machine. I did migrate over to Miscrosoft Expressios Media (MEM) having high hopes about 'change'... I think many have learned a lesson about that word over te psast few years...

Well along comes MedaOme - fine company, good reputaton, a photography company, they'll take good care of IView...... So shortly after the announcement I spent my $69 bucks figuring I'g simply migrate back from eithet MEM or IWiew and I placed Order #573091 on 11 May 2011.

I figured tht there would be some bugs since MS is known for generating lots of them, but well, lets be patient, stay with MEM for a whuile then check back. I checked back on 16 August and downloaded V1.0.1, I this is worse than 1.0.

It appears that most all of the codex file are gone, suport tells me I now have laod nikon nef codex, adobe dng codex, and a bunch of of other stuff onto my machine to get fubctionality back, but in many ast full screen 'media' will not work.....

Please, someone on ths form please enlighthen me, either here or by email Henri@themonniers.com , I've already invested well over 30 hours trying to get this product to display the same functionality that MEM does, and it does not come close. I am prefectly willing to admit I might be doing something wrong, but I do not see it, the catalogs are the same, wthe the same set of files.......

Thanks for your time
Henri Monnier
henri@themonniers.com
3  Software Discussions / iView MediaPro / Re: Latest Build on: July 31, 2006, 01:08:56 PM
I'm on windows, downloaded around 7/18, it shows 42B8.............
4  Software Discussions / iView MediaPro / Re: Convert Image Files - I'm stumped.... on: June 30, 2006, 10:56:40 AM
Ian,

I think you hit the nail...... I brought 4 of the raw images in (2 that had good jpg's and 2 with small jpg's), ran them though the dng converter itself (not through ImageIngester); then through iView. The resulting jpg's are much much better.... To support your theory - in ImageIngester I may have selected no jpg's for some - I just do not remember - damn, another one of those 'senior moments'!!!!
Thanks for the assist......

Henri
5  Software Discussions / iView MediaPro / Re: Convert Image Files - I'm stumped.... on: June 30, 2006, 07:53:08 AM
Well I've gone back to a few of the originals, and run through the process again, with the same results. I'll just have to chaulk it up to bad karma or something...... And see if it happens again somewhere down the road....
6  Software Discussions / iView MediaPro / Re: Microsoft Acquires iView on: June 27, 2006, 02:06:32 PM
Sorry to see this happen. iView support is responsive, and there are many folks that willingly help - Microsoft, when you get a response - it costs you $35 per incident. I remain hopeful that Microsoft does not fill the belly of the whale with iView, as they have done with their other products. Perhaps we'll all stay with the current version....................
7  Software Discussions / iView MediaPro / Re: Convert Image Files - I'm stumped.... on: June 27, 2006, 11:29:37 AM
Peter,

I have tried several variations, and if I drop off the first two files (that come up with larger sizes), then all the resulting generated files are in the 60-80KB range. I have absolutely no idea what differentiates these two from the rest. I have placed both 'edited' and ‘non-edited’ files into the mix, and that seems to make no difference at all.

When I leave those first two in, the first generated file looks fine, capable of 'zooming' in several times before starting to look 'fuzzy'. The second file is not as good, a few 'zooms' and it starts to go 'south'. The rest cannot be 'zoomed' in much at all before you can see them getting fuzzy. I am doing the ‘zooming’ using Windows Picture and FAX Viewer (that is what the client uses to view the images……)

In case you want to check out the files, I have 'zipped' snapshots of all the 'convert' screens (jpg) showing the settings, along with 6 of the source (dng) & target (jpg) files at http://iview.themonniers.com/. I can cut back on the # of source images to make the 'package' slimmer..if you wish...

In the meantime I am bringing them up in Photoshop, one-by-one, and manually converting them. Interestingly, they end up being sizes comparable to the first ones….. Example: one that was 62KB after the ‘convert’ turns out to be 2,223KB going manually……

Henri
843.252.8678
8  Software Discussions / iView MediaPro / Convert Image Files - I'm stumped.... on: June 26, 2006, 11:08:26 AM
Surely I've got some kind of a cockpit error here...  Huh
I have 133 DNG files that I want to convert to JPG for the client to view.
I select all the files in iView, run Convert Image Files, all seems to process normally, but.....
in the target directory only the first 2 files are the size one would expect, ~1,500KB or more.
ALL the rest are 60 to 80KB.....
I have tried every combination of settings, but the result ends up about the same every time.
The DNG files were all 'creared' at the same time, with the same settings. I'm stumped.....
Thanks for any suggestions,
Henri

9  Software Discussions / Import From Camera / Re: Filling the IPTC Image Date Created Field on: March 26, 2006, 03:38:29 PM
Peter,
Thanks for your help!
Henri
10  Software Discussions / Import From Camera / Re: Filling the IPTC Image Date Created Field on: March 25, 2006, 04:40:40 PM
Peter,
When you look at 'File Info' in either Bridge, PS, or iView, the IPTC panel for the IPTC Image, Date Created field is blank and does not contain the actual date the image was created. I'd like IFC to automatically preload that field from the EXIF date at the time I run IFC. That is just prior to my inserting of keywords, location info etc.. Yes, I can add it manually while on the same panel where the location info is, but since the 'image' already has it, it would be nice if IFC could prefill that field. Less typing, less chance of error, etc....
Henri
11  Software Discussions / Import From Camera / Filling the IPTC Image Date Created Field on: March 23, 2006, 03:54:28 PM
Is there a way to 'preload' an IPTC field or two while using IFC?
 
I am primarily interested in placing the date of the shot into the IPTC Image, Date Created field. I am currently using metadata templates to do this, but it can get cumbersome (like picking the wrong one....or forgetting to update the field)...
   
Perhaps another script, like 'Filename to Title' can be adapted? Being Java 'challenged' I'd not know where to begin....

Thanks
Henri Monnier
themonniers@comcast.net
843.252.8678


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