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Missing cr2


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Yes, as Guylain has said, please report the complete version number of BYE that you are using. The newest pre-release is BYE 3.1.18 RC 11. If you are using a version that is older than 3.1.17 then please update to 3.1.17 or the pre-release before trying to re-create your issue.

You specify where the image files are placed by BYE by setting the Download folder on the Settings screen, as well as specifying which, if any, sub-folder organization to use. The specified Download folder should be on a drive that exists and that you have write access to.

Also remember that by default Windows hides file extensions for known file types, so the file may be in the specified location, but not be displayed with the .CR2 extension.

If all this appears to be the case, please follow the instructions at the following link to post a log file (just one log file, not all of them) of your issue.

For future reference, this post is pinned near the top of the How-To's Forum.

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Please provide more detail.  I just ran a test with 250 exposures 1/4000 duration with BYE 3.1.18-RC11 and a T2i camera. 

I got the expected 500 images, 250 CR2 and 250 JPG.

Keep us posted.

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