#2. "RE: CNX2 really acting wonky now" In response to Reply # 1
>In your batch process window, be sure you select the correct >options: > >Check the "Apply Settings" box and select the >Correct Settings File >Make sure the File Format is set to JPG and you have select >the desired compression under Advanced. > >Define the destination and if you select Source Folder, be >sure you want to overwrite the existing file. > >This process works fine for me on a Win 7 64 bit >installation. > >What OS are you running? >
You are using Batch > Run Batch Process. That is now what I'm doing. I'm Saving Adjustments, then Loading Adjustments to other images.
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#3. "RE: CNX2 really acting wonky now" In response to Reply # 0
I think if you save an adjustment, whether NEF, nef or jpg, it's saved as .nef (jpg or nef) or NEF if it's an NEF to start with. Adjustments are made as NEF or nef files to be reversible and retrievable. You would have to Save as... jpg to convert the nef to jpg.
That said you indicate that it didn't even apply the adjustment. Don't know what happened there.