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Thread: Problems with BBPro 1.9.8.8 and 5DsR

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    Default Problems with BBPro 1.9.8.8 and 5DsR

    Hi Chris,
    running BBPRO 1.9.8.8 and tried to convert a Raw-File from a Canon 5DsR and get a totally black picture in tiff and jpg (normal conversion, not combined !)

    The problem with combined-RAWconversion from 5dmk3 still exist, it is not possible to use this without getting a black picture.

    May be you can check whats happened ?
    Cheers
    Tassilo

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    It looks as though there may be a problem with the latest Canon libraries when converting 5DS R files. This is frustrating because the previous version of the Canon libraries worked. I will lokk into the problem.

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    Default another bug in BBPro 1.9.8.8

    thank you Chris.

    I have found another bug:
    if you try to convert a RAW from a Canon G5x and G3x the programm crashes and will be closed, instead to show a window with a message that "G5x/G3x raw is not supported in this release"

    Regards
    Tassilo

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    Hi Chris,
    do you have any plans / time schedule to solve the problems with the newest BBPro-Version ?
    Cheers and have a nice weekend
    Tassilo

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    Hi Chris,
    any news on the canon libraries ?
    Best wishes
    Tassilo

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    Canon have released an update which adds support for the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, but I haven't had time to test it properly yet.

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    Hi Chris,
    any news on this issue ?
    Regards
    Tassilo

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    Unfortunately the latest Canon SDK doesn't appear to have fixed this. I think the problem is probably memory related but it is frustratingly difficult to reproduce.

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