D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

I have a NEF that produces an "unexpected end of file" error in both Lightroom 5.7 and PS CC (both with Camera Raw 8.7). The same NEF loads and converts fine in Nikon's Capture NX-D V1.0.2. The NEF also converts fine into a JPEG using the D750's in-camera NEF processing function. I can provide the NEF to Adobe for analysis.

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Adobe Community Professional, Dec 11, 2014

If you used Capture NX to download the images from your camera, that could be the problem. Older versions of Nikon software to do something to the raw images so they cannot be read by Camera Raw or Lightroom. If I am describing your situation, here is a link to a utility that can fix your NEF files:

Fix Corrupted Nikon NEF Images

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Thanks for the reply. I did not use Capture NX to transfer the image. I first transferred the NEF from the camera via USB and then after seeing the error tried again by mounting the SD card in a reader and transferring the NEF again which produced a binary identical file (ie, the problem is not in the transfer). And again, the same file in the computer can be successfully converted by Nikon's own raw processor (Capture NX-D).

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Adobe Community Professional, Dec 11, 2014

This is a user-to-user forum. Adobe staff people frequently check here, but most of the responses will come from other users like yourself. If you can provide a dropbox link to one of your NEF files then perhaps some of the more seasoned users here can take a look. Personally, I don't have an answer. I haven't encountered the problem you describe, and I'm not as technically oriented as some of the other regulars here.

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Btw the same NEF also converts without error with RawSpeed Developer Information | Rawstudio, http://www.rawdigger.com/, and http://www.fastrawviewer.com/. The problem appears limited to ACR/LR.

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Adobe Community Professional, Dec 11, 2014

The problem isn't being mentioned by other D 750 users. You must be something unique to your system.

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

I just received a D750 for Xmas preent of the first 21 images I took, 13 of them registered the file:///.file/id=7035116.25file:///.file/id=7035116.25unexpected end of file error when I tried to off load them from the memory card to LR5 and also to PSE 13 on my iMac. 

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

@papajohn, Can you send me a few of your raws for me to analyze? You can use Transfer Big Files Free - Email or Send Large Files up to 20 GB to send the files to yourself and then PM the link. No registration is required and it's free for that service. Thanks!

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Haven’t been able to send a file but I’ve been doing some experimenting and found that if I set the D750 to 12 bit raw, the issue does not occur. On 14 bit raw some files display the “unexpected end of file”

John

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Having the same issue here. I have the latest version of LR (5.7, Camera Raw 8.7) and a small number of unexpected end of file occures. Importing into Capture One Pro never has a problem with those files.

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Hello,

As far as we know there was a file truncation issue with the D750. I'm not certain if that was fixed in a firmware update, but nevertheless I recommend making sure you are up to date with your camera's latest firmware. As for why some images would not open in ACR/Lr, it's due to how conservative the software is in preventing corrupt or potentially corrupt files from being opened. We made a fix on the Camera Raw/Lightroom side in 9.0/6.0 respectively that works around the D750 file truncation issue. The latest version available is 9.2/6.3.


Hope that helps,


- Chris

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Hi Chris,

Thanks for the info. I'll check the latest firmware for my camera.

Regarding Lightroom, I have the non-cloud version, which I believe is at

version 5.7. Not sure if Adobe are going to make more updates for that

version as their cloud subscription seems the way they want to go.

Cheers,

Dayve

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Hello Dayve,

You can choose the upgrade option for the standalone (non-CC) LR 6.x from 5.7.x by going to the following page.

https://www.adobe.com/products/catalog/software._sl_id-contentfilter_sl_catalog_sl_software_sl_photo...

Regards,

- Chris

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Thanks Chris. That's great. I'll have a look tomorrow.

Best wishes,

Dayve

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Please provide a sample as Jim suggested earlier and I can investigate whether this is an issue with ACR/LR or something else.

Cheers,

- Chris

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Thanks Chris, I just PM'd you a link to the NEF.

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Does this "end of file" error happen with only this single image or with multiple images?

Do any of your D750 images load correctly in Lightroom?

Are you using unique camera settings for the images that do NOT open?

Have you tried transferring to a different machine?

Thanks,

- Chris

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Also, if you are seeing this consistently with more than a single image, what about trying a different memory card to see if you can reproduce it?

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

This is the only NEF I've seen this issue on, out of 250 NEFs I've ingested into LR so far. All my NEFs have used the same camera-settings, including being 14-bit lossy compressed. In fact I took an identical photo of that same scene/lighting/exposure a few minutes after discovering it wouldn't ingest and the new photo ingests into LR fine. I'll PM a link to that second NEF to help in your troubleshooting. I haven't tried a different machine but I did send the NEF to someone else and they were able to reproduce the EOF error on their setup as well.

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

OK. ACR/LR is conservative when encountering potentially corrupted image data. It's possible that there was a file truncation issue writing the image to the SD card in-camera or during transfer. Since you transferred it a couple of times, I'm leaning towards an in-camera glitch or perhaps an issue with the SD card. In any case, it's good to know you are not seeing this as a widespread issue.

- Chris

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Thanks Chris. If you and your engineers examine the huff segment information in the EXIF of the NEF ("strip offsets" and "strip byte counts"), you'll see they match the actual starting offset and resulting length of the file, indicating that all of the encoded data is there. Specifically, the strip offset is 3,155,968 and the strip byte count is 22,501,973. That results in an ending file offset/size of 25,657,941, which exactly matches the file size. If anything it appears ACR/LR's decoder ran off the rails somewhere. Another explanation is that some of the encoded huff data is corrupt but again, since Nikon's Capture NX-D can decode the entire file (along with other raw processors and the camera's internal NEF converter as well), that doesn't appear to be the case.

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

I've been digging deeper into this issue. I downloaded and compiled the code to http://rawstudio.org/blog/?p=800 to see why it doesn't get an EOF on the NEF. I walked through the code handling this NEF and found that it is rounding up the size of the encoded NEF segment by 4 bytes, as called by NikonDecompressor::DecompressNikon():

BitPumpMSB::BitPumpMSB(const uchar8* _buffer, uint32 _size) :

  buffer(_buffer), size(_size + sizeof(uint32)), mLeft(0), off(0) {

  init();

}

The NEF's strip byte count per EXIF is 22,501,973. The above logic rounds that up to 22,501,977, which is just enough extra bits to deliver the encoded data needed for the last few pixels on the final row of the image data. RawSpeed doesn't initialize those extra bytes to anything and they happen to be 0xCD (MSVC C-Library alloc init pattern), so it would likely generate garbage data for those last pixels. The mystery is why Nikon's Capture NX-D is handling the file correctly - I examined the image including the last pixels and everything  looks correct. I know that everyone including Adobe had to reverse-engineer the NEF format; I wonder if part of Nikon's huff encoding is to presume zero-extension of the final word of data when/if it compresses to a certain known set of values.

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Thank you for the detective work.

I'll add this to the internal bug I logged on the topic.

Regards,

- Chris

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

I got the same issue since I got the D750 (and the latest version of Adobe Camera Raw).

Here is a file that has the problem: http://stuff.inxsoft.net/tmp/DSC_3816.NEF

I found DCRAW has also issues with the files:

DSC_3816.NEF: Corrupt data near 0x1e502a7

Camera Raw reports unexpected end of file.

Versions:

Camera Raw 8.7.1

Operating System: Windows 8.1 64-bit

System architecture: Intel CPU Family:6, Model:5, Stepping:1 with MMX, SSE Integer, SSE FP, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AVX, AVX2, HyperThreading

Capture NX doesn't complain about it at all and the image data looks fine...

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

Thanks @engerim. I did an initial analysis of your D750 NEF and I see the same symptom as mine - the size of the encoded (compressed) image data as describe the EXIF fields matches the actual file size. Specifically for your file, the strip offset to the encoded data is 3,228,160 (start of raw image data) and the strip byte count is 28,557,561 (size of raw image data); that results in an ending file offset of 31,785,721, which exactly matches the NEF file size of 31,785,721. For a "real" underrun we would expect the actual file length to be shorter than the size indicated by the EXIF data, which is the typical case for a corrupted/truncated NEF resulting from SD/CF corruption. However in this case all of the NEF data described by the EXIF is there, the same as in my file. I haven't dug deeper into your NEF file yet but I imagine I'll see that the last few columns of the last row of image data are underrepresented in the encoded data, meaning that the decoder runs out of compressed huff bits before reaching what it believes is the end of the image data. A few possibilities here:

1) There is a bug in the D750's ASIC/firmware encoding of NEF data that creates an underrun of huff-encoded bits for certain scenes

2) There is a new behavioral aspect in how Nikon is encoding the data and non-Nikon raw processors aren't accounting for this

3) Non-Nikon decoders like ACR/LR/DCRAW are using/assuming too large an image dimension vs the actual dimension of usable data from the file, thus trying to decode more of the image data than they should

The fact that Nikon's decoders handle these EOF D750 files without error indicates #2 or #3 are more likely. #1 is still possible if Nikon's processors just happen to decode less of he image data (use a slightly-smaller image dimension for the file).

Btw @engerim, any chance you were using both SD card slots on your D750 when you got this NEF and had them configured in backup mode? If so I'd like to see the same NEF from the other card if you have it.

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

I have been experimenting and have found that setting the D750 to 12 bit raw eliminates the issue. When set to 14 bit raw, some files produce “unexpected end of file”

John

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

"Btw @engerim, any chance you were using both SD card slots on your D750 when you got this NEF and had them configured in backup mode? If so I'd like to see the same NEF from the other card if you have it."

Tried the following this morning:

Menu -> Photo shooting menu -> Role played by card in Slot 2 = Backup (second option)

Then I started an interval shooting with 200 images, and went for breakfast 😉

Normally one would expect the images are 100% the same in both slots (checked with md5sum) but they are not (this makes this a bit more difficult).

Anyhow when opening the images in Camera Raw the images affected by this issue ("unexpected end of file" error) were the exact same files in both slots. All other images were fine in both slots. Files are here: http://stuff.inxsoft.net/tmp/d750-raw-with-issues.zip

All images included in the zip have the problem except DSC_4078.NEF (which I included for reference and it will also allow you to see the difference in checksums in both slots). Anyhow we can rule out its an SD Card issue or buffer issue.

Contents of the zip file:
$ find . -type f|xargs md5sum

d10ca1603b10820a8018afbf9a7b09a1 *./slot1/DSC_3992.NEF

a0394903a03b413202d7c6d0e971cc8b *./slot1/DSC_4047.NEF

02f54769845fc86890d1791950d14324 *./slot1/DSC_4065.NEF

2a35398be7298407c649a57d610d82b0 *./slot1/DSC_4077.NEF

^^ problematic files

879e94509d9fbb1bc19e96c7694850ba *./slot1/DSC_4078.NEF <-- file which has no issues for reference

94f542df6f3f85dec01919f4535910cd *./slot2/DSC_3992.NEF

eacb286d896d8282079d273812f27e9d *./slot2/DSC_4047.NEF

a70f9535ea180ce37fda81d05a723119 *./slot2/DSC_4065.NEF

11898b2c6fecf320af5fa1d234844598 *./slot2/DSC_4077.NEF

^^ problematic files

01995ec69995c2d72a8c4993ecefda30 *./slot2/DSC_4078.NEF  <-- file which has no issues for reference

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

engerim, thanks, I'll take a look at the files in the morning. Btw Nikon stores the SD slot number in the EXIF so that's probably why the checksums aren't matching.

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

True, seems to be stored here (only file difference is this byte):

slot1/DSC_3992.NEF: @0x0007f90: 0000 0000 0000 0000 3031 3030 0000 6400  ........0100..d.

slot2/DSC_3992.NEF: @0x0007f90: 0000 0000 0000 0000 3031 3030 0100 6400  ........0100..d.

Here's the dcraw output (converting to PPM):

tom@box:~/d750-raw-with-issues/slot2$ for i in *.NEF;do dcraw $i;done

DSC_3992.NEF: Corrupt data near 0x1c200b2

DSC_4047.NEF: Corrupt data near 0x1c300b6

DSC_4065.NEF: Unexpected end of file

DSC_4077.NEF: Corrupt data near 0x1c1810b

tom@box:~/d750-raw-with-issues/slot1$ for i in *.NEF;do dcraw $i;done

DSC_3992.NEF: Corrupt data near 0x1c200b2

DSC_4047.NEF: Corrupt data near 0x1c300b6

DSC_4065.NEF: Unexpected end of file

DSC_4077.NEF: Corrupt data near 0x1c1810b

tom@box:~/d750-raw-with-issues/slot1$ md5sum *.ppm

f71b766cc72ccdd39e95b2173212f3eb  DSC_3992.ppm

40b00390c91cb44c896da52470f536fe  DSC_4047.ppm

155d9da9ae91c2ea396163e7a424a102  DSC_4065.ppm

b4382e67ded87946f7140461f0d9e44f  DSC_4077.ppm

a9f205a0ff8b3f788758780177cae110  DSC_4078.ppm

tom@box:~/d750-raw-with-issues/slot1$ cd ..

tom@box:~/d750-raw-with-issues$ cd slot2/

tom@box:~/d750-raw-with-issues/slot2$ md5sum *.ppm

f71b766cc72ccdd39e95b2173212f3eb  DSC_3992.ppm

40b00390c91cb44c896da52470f536fe  DSC_4047.ppm

155d9da9ae91c2ea396163e7a424a102  DSC_4065.ppm

b4382e67ded87946f7140461f0d9e44f  DSC_4077.ppm

a9f205a0ff8b3f788758780177cae110  DSC_4078.ppm

tom@box:~/d750-raw-with-issues/slot2$

Checksums of the resulting ppm's are the same.

I may dig into the dcraw source code some day... 🙂

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

OK, so all above files fail here (in dcraw):

unsigned CLASS getbithuff (int nbits, ushort *huff)

[...]

  if (vbits < 0) derror();

And also in:

void CLASS nikon_load_raw()

[...]

      if ((ushort)(hpred[col & 1] + min) >= max) derror();

Seems indeed related to decoding 14 bit raw (and would explain not everyone complains about it).

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

engerim, I analyzed one of the NEFs from the set of dual-card NEFs in your ZIP. The corruption signature is almost identical to what I see on my Sony card - a block of data in the huff stream near the very end of the file that is a replica of data before it. I have analyzed lots of SD/CF corruption from lots of different cameras and I have never seen this type of corruption before; the fact that we see it on two totally different card models and both near the very end of the image from two different D750's (in addition to you seeing it on two cards at the same time in both slots) tells me that camera firmware/ASIC is involved here. It's either a bug in the D750's firmware/ASIC or its a marginal timing instigated by the D750 that the SD card is violating for this last set of media write(s).

Here's an analysis of your DSC_3992.NEF file. I found the corrupt offset by loading the NEF into LibRaw under a debugger and setting a breakpoint on when an error in the huff decode was detected, then viewing the file position at that point.

i-n9pxq9r.png

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

I don't know if the data is really corrupt. Capture NX, View NX2 have no issues.

dcraw/libraw/Camere Raw are based on the same code (and many others).

I even get proper ppm files out of dcraw (with those error messages).

It could just be that Nikon added some additional things/compounding, etc. 🙂

I sent the files to the dcraw author. More debug needed...

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

It's possible that the replicated image data at the end of the NEF is intended by Nikon although not sure why we'd only see it on certain images, esp when shooting the same static scene via the intervalometer, plus the replicated data corrupts the huff stream and this area is included in EXIF-described compressed extent (offset+count) so it's intended to be deocded. The reason Nikon's software is not complaining is probably because they're not decoding to the very end of the NEF. For example on your DSC_3992.NEF the huff error was detected by Libraw at column 5327 of row 4031. Libraw is decoding the full NEF to an image dimension of 6032x4032. In contrast, both ACR/LR and Nikon's software are decoding to a smaller area of 6016x4016. Even though ACR/LR are only using 6016x4016, they appear to be decoding the entire NEF/huff stream, thus encountering the "bad" huff data beyond those dimensions. Nikon's software is probably decoding only to 6016x4016 and thus not decoding beyond those dimensions.

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Re: D750 "unexpected end of file" for NEF that loads fine into Capture NX-D

I just bought a D750 and have had about 6-7 images with the "unexpected eof" error in LR 5.7 and PS cc 2014. Have been trying to reproduce the error with two memorycards to see if the error occurs on both cards, but haven't been able to generate any files with the eof-error... yet.

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