when i convert and resize imagen in the Bridge Workflow and i do want to upload those later to a website, the website does not accept the images as correct files. i get an "file damaged" notice.
First i thought it is my website -but i get the same info, when uploading to tinyjg for example.
Is there a setting to avoid that?
Can you please go into detail about what you're doing? EXACTLY what process do you have when making these adjustments? Also, can you share one of these images?
Also, please add what version of your software you are using and what your OS is (and what version)?
Unless we know EXACTLY what you are doing, we cannot know how to help you.
Hey guys, sorry.Had to search for one of these images.
Here is one:
CR*** that one is none of the images... my failure. I tried on another website - and that one accepted the "jpeg" - my own did not. I am looking for other candidates. SORRY
Can you at least take a screenshot of your settings? I/we have nothing so far to help you with.
Something from another thread (https://community.adobe.com/t5/bridge-discussions/bridge-exports-as-jpeg-not-jpg-why-photoshop-doesn...).
Are your JPGs being written as JPEG instead of JPG?
If so, try renaming and see if that fixes the problem. Let us know
YES that are JPEG files not
I now converted ONLINE the JPEG into .jpg filed and that made the images uploadable... Strange
Hi @florianw5007927 ,
Thanks for your feedback.
Could you share the following details about the issue:
Hi everyone - i had to figure out how to reproduce the problem. I did a small video (you can ignore my speech ) that shows step by step whats goin wrong.
Hopw that helps.
newest version of bridge
System is win 10 with i7 Intel and nvidia graphics - desktop pc
I used Workflow
in video you can see the creation of the workflow - how can i share it?
it looks like it is connected to the JPG system. Not sure