converting ace files

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alfredo
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converting ace files

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Hi,
i have installed the linux nconvert version and tried to convert ace files. After converting some files a can't convert anymore ace files???
I got this messages: Error: This output isn't possible (not yet implemented) (jpeg) after this command: nconvert -o jpeg loco.ace

I'm wondering about this. The conversion has definitiv worked yesterday...
I could see the jpg's and bmp's from my last session.

Are there any ini or startup files possibly corrupted?

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Alfredo
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Re: converting ace files

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alfredo wrote: Are there any ini or startup files possibly corrupted?
No, and for some .ace nconvert has worked one day?
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Re: converting ace files

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xnview wrote:
alfredo wrote: Are there any ini or startup files possibly corrupted?
No, and for some .ace nconvert has worked one day?
Yes, for some files i have seen the converted jpg and bmp pictures and got a success message from nconvert. For now, i can't convert ace files with nconvert.
Loading the ace into xnview and storing as bmp or jpg works! So the ace files are intact.
Is there a way to use xnview as converter by command-line?
Any idea why nconvert is not working?

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Re: converting ace files

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Could you send me a sample?
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Post by alfredo »

xnview,

may be, but i don't know how to attach a file to a messages.
Sorry :(

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Post by alfredo »

Ok, I have found the error - shame on me. I had mixed the -o and -out option. Sometimes I use -o jpeg and sometimes -out jpeg. The last works...

Alfredo
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