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Adobe Photo Downlader imports irrelevant folders

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Nov 02, 2021 Nov 02, 2021

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Starting with Bridge 12.0.0, Adobe Photo Downloader now imports the irrelevant folders thtat exist on the memory card. This is new, and I suspect it's a bug. Previously, Adobe Photo downloader would only download the images on the card (including if they were in subsequent directories on the card).

Now it literally downloads EVERYTHING on the card, including files that are not images. See screen shot. The folders appear, and are checked. Yes, I could uncheck them, but when there are thousands of images on the card, having to find the folders and uncheck them is stupid. Especially when this wasn't a problem before.

To add to the fun: Adobe Photo Downlaoder seems to stall when it tries to download these files as well.

Using the "Import from device" funcion only downloads the images, as it should. See second screen shot.

Am I missing something? If not, please address this.

Adobe Photo Downloader should ONLY download images from a card, not the other files.

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Jan 29, 2022 Jan 29, 2022

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Same issues as Wes explained, but specifically the "NIKON", "D850" & "DCIM" folders, at least two of which also contain copies of the same images. I have to manually de-select the folders in the downloader window every time. Tedious ...

Hope there's a fix coming for this

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Jan 30, 2022 Jan 30, 2022

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Yeah, still doing it for me. This is pretty baffling why this hasn't been addressed.

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