Convert JPG to resized/quality changed JPG error
I see several similar issues reported in the past, but none exactly the same as far as I can tell. Not sure if this is a problem with DOpus or with Windows, or both. I’ve been doing numerous mass JPEG image conversion operations recently with settings in Image Conversion dialog as follows:
Convert to: JPEG
Resize: 5000 x 5000
Add filename suffix
Preserve aspect ratio
I’m generally converting all images in a folder this way. Number of images ranges from maybe a dozen to 100 per folder. All folders have basically the same nested depth in the volume they’re on, which is 8 deep beyond root. Complete path length is roughly 160, give or take. Average filesize of unconverted JPEGs is 1.5–2.5 MB. All JPEGs have an X or Y pixel dimension of 5000–7500. What happens is that sometimes I get the following error message:
“An error occurred converting ‘X.jpeg’: The operation could not be completed. A retry should be performed. (1237)”
Retrying yields the same error, repeatedly.
For most of these folders, I do not get the error. For some, it occurs for a handful of images but not the rest; for others, it occurs for ALL images. The really weird thing (to me, anyway) is, I can move all offending images to a temporary subfolder (9 deep beyond root), or to the parent folder, and then complete all conversions from there without a hitch (so far).
Using Windows 10 x64, fully upated, and currently DOpus v12.14, but it has also happened for me using the past few versions. I think I started performing these mass conversions maybe 4–5 months ago.