XnConvert Removes Image Paths

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stefan224
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XnConvert Removes Image Paths

Post by stefan224 » Mon Feb 10, 2020 7:52 pm

Hello!

My first time in the forums and I can't see that anyone has mentioned this.

I have thousands of images I work with that have image paths in their data from post production - doing anything with them in XnConvert strips that from the image.

Is this on purpose - or is there a way I can retain the paths? Below is an example.

Thanks!

Before
Capture12.JPG
After
Capture13.JPG

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Re: XnConvert Removes Image Paths

Post by cday » Mon Feb 10, 2020 9:26 pm

The file format?

And if possible an example file, in a ZIP or similar archive so that it can be attached, 2MiB the current format attachment limit, otherwise if possible upload to a file hosting service and provide a link...

stefan224
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Re: XnConvert Removes Image Paths

Post by stefan224 » Tue Feb 11, 2020 5:33 pm

Here is a link to an example before and after:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UuyV6l ... sp=sharing

Tif to Tif with any adjustments strips the path away for me. Jpg > jpg works fine. (Examples Below are JPG)

I might be out of luck here anyways since cropping images does not proportionately affect the path as it does in Photoshop. As seen below:

XNConvert Crop
XNConvert.JPG

Photoshop Crop
photoshop.JPG

I Absolutley love XNConvert and this has been the only hiccup I've had! :D and I know this specific task might just have to be done in Photoshop because of how paths are - But I appreciate the help!

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