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    Import Images problem

    Dear Carla, Thanks very much for your quick response. I've just double checked the .jpg extension, as suggested, and it is indeed lower case. Following this, I double checked and then changed the permissions to make sure that basically anyone logged onto this laptop, a personal device anyway, could access all the folders and unfortunately I still have the same problem. A friend wondered if it might be a problem with the fossil fish files given for the example, but unfortunately after trying with another set of files, albeit ones completely unsuited to really work on, but nevertheless in the correct file format for the software, they still didn't import. In a way I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one a little stumped! All the best, Josh
  2. Dear Ari, Thanks very much for posting this. Can I just check that GitHub is still hosting the .manifest file? When I clicked your link I got the code, but not an actual .exe to run, forgive me for asking I'm not the most tech savvy of people, but I feel I may be missing something. Thanks again. Best regards, J
  3. JoshE17

    Import Images problem

    To whom it may concern, I'm trying to import the jpg files given on the CHI website into the RTI builder. I've followed the guide and have created the following folders with the images fossil fish images contained in the jpeg-exports folder: rti_projects projectFolder jpeg-exports So the fossil fish images are in the following full file locations: C:\rti_projects\projectFolder\jpeg-exports With the first image being: C:\rti_projects\projectFolder\jpeg-exports\fish_fossil_01.jpg I have then tried to open the folder as instructed in the guide, therefore I have navigated to the projectFolder as the parent directory for the jpeg-exports. Unfortunately all that appears to happen upon doing this is the following screen: With the cursor of the mouse changed to a blue loading wheel. I have left the programme running overnight, wondering if my computer, windows 10, intel core i7, is not powerful enough to import the images, but given that this laptop is relatively new (1 year old) and optimised for video editing I can't imagine that would be the problem. I'm probably missing something very obvious, but I've tried going through the guides and I can't see quite what it is. Is anyone able to provide some advice? All the best, Josh