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Jpeg frames not being sent to computer


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Operating a Canon 80D, with image quality set to RAW+JPEG  ---- only the RAW file is sent to my laptop.  Going into Settings and changing to JPEG only and then JPEB frame is sent to laptop. Operating the camera outside of BYEOS with same RAW+JPEG setting, both RAW & JPEG frames are captured on SIM card and can transfer to computer.  Having used BYEOS for several years with my Canon 60Da, both frames have always been delivered to my BYEOS folder after taking the image.  Is there a setting to change somewhere?

Thank you - jeff

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There have been at least 3 other people who have reported the same error with the 80D. As far as I know there has been no resolution. I can only assume that there is some model-specific issue.

My only suggestion is to install BYE 3.17 RC3, from the pre-releases area. It includes a new version of the EOS SDK from Canon and perhaps it has fixed your issue.

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Thank you both for the input.  I figured out a workaround for now.  I can open the RAW files with Windows Media Player.  Odd thing is that it opens like a short video.  But I can hit the 'Pause' button and then use Snipit to copy the image and save it as a jpeg.  That provides a frame that I can share via email with friends and family.  But I'll try d/l the next version of BYEOS when it's released and see if it will allow both to be captured.

 

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10 hours ago, Courtjeffster said:

I can open the RAW files with Windows Media Player.  Odd thing is that it opens like a short video.  But I can hit the 'Pause' button and then use Snipit to copy the image and save it as a jpeg.  That provides a frame that I can share via email with friends and family.  But I'll try d/l the next version of BYEOS when it's released and see if it will allow both to be captured.

As you grow more interested in AP Imaging, and as you collect more Images, you are going to need to add one or more Image Processing programs.  Some of these are "simple to use" and some have "significant learning curves".

Starting with a capable Image Viewer:

Free - you get Canon DPP and ZoomBrowser on the Software CD that came with your DSLR;  you can download IrfanView; or you can search the Web for an alternative.  And by late Summer/early Fall Windows Update will have pushed out the 2019 Spring Update where they once again support RAW Codecs so that one can view RAW Images directly in File Explorer.

Paid - Adobe offers Lightroom, ACDSee offers PhotoStudio, others offer similar Photo Viewers as part of their Powerful Image Processing Suites.

AND - you'll have a historic stash of RAW Images which you can attempt to Astro Image Process, once you grow into that aspect of the hobby...

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Didn't get a 'notification' of this post via email like before.  Thank you for the info.

Using this 80D on a 14" Edge with Hyperstar and enjoying nice images.  I wish I had the patience for learning post-processing software, but I find that I spend hours trying to figure it out instead of imaging.

What part of "Arid-zona" are you in?  I'm just East of Tucson (Vail, AZ)

jeff

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On 1/31/2019 at 12:32 AM, astroman133 said:

If you are sharing individual images with friends and family, then just shoot JPG only. Then the image will be debayered and auto-stretched for you.

If you are stacking multiple images then your stacking software will have the ability to save the stacked image as FITS, TIF, or JPG.

Missed this one too - thanks Rick -- I like having access to both, in case I find the patience to deal with collecting multiple lights, darks and flats and then sitting for hours figuring out what/how to process them  <smile>.

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On 1/31/2019 at 5:56 AM, s3igell said:

As you grow more interested in AP Imaging, and as you collect more Images, you are going to need to add one or more Image Processing programs.  Some of these are "simple to use" and some have "significant learning curves".

Starting with a capable Image Viewer:

Free - you get Canon DPP and ZoomBrowser on the Software CD that came with your DSLR;  you can download IrfanView; or you can search the Web for an alternative.  And by late Summer/early Fall Windows Update will have pushed out the 2019 Spring Update where they once again support RAW Codecs so that one can view RAW Images directly in File Explorer.

Paid - Adobe offers Lightroom, ACDSee offers PhotoStudio, others offer similar Photo Viewers as part of their Powerful Image Processing Suites.

AND - you'll have a historic stash of RAW Images which you can attempt to Astro Image Process, once you grow into that aspect of the hobby...

New to this responding media too..sorry that it went to Rick when it was intended for you.  I just finally caved and got a smartphone after my wife of 43 years passed away in July.  Still learning at 65.......

I don't know if you saw my question about how close we might be geographically?  I'm just East of Tucson (Vail, AZ)

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