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    File Destruction

    I have a Problem, when I want to see my Pictures in "big Size"
    The Setup is: Mac Mini 3GHz / I7 / 8GB / 1TB and a Sony VW520ES - 4k - Beamer - Phocus latest Version.
    The (H5D60) fff-Files are on a external Hard Disk - non SSD with USB3.
    After about 10 Pictures the File is not opened - only "Noise" like an old TV-Set without Antenna-Signal had is visible.
    I can go to the another Picture - ok.
    But: The last File is "destroyed" - the "Noise" is saved.
    How can this happen?
    How can I avoid it?

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    Re: File Destruction

    Sounds to me like Phocus is having a problem with these large files in only 8G of RAM.
    I'd contact Hasselblad and see what they have to say about it.

    G

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    Re: File Destruction

    Do you get a beach ball?

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    Re: File Destruction

    Quote Originally Posted by DBF View Post
    I have a Problem, when I want to see my Pictures in "big Size"
    The Setup is: Mac Mini 3GHz / I7 / 8GB / 1TB and a Sony VW520ES - 4k - Beamer - Phocus latest Version.
    The (H5D60) fff-Files are on a external Hard Disk - non SSD with USB3.
    After about 10 Pictures the File is not opened - only "Noise" like an old TV-Set without Antenna-Signal had is visible.
    I can go to the another Picture - ok.
    But: The last File is "destroyed" - the "Noise" is saved.
    How can this happen?
    How can I avoid it?
    Until you figure it out ... make two copies of the folder with the fff-files and only use one with Phocus. There should
    remain a replacement for any file that gets corrupted.

    Bob

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