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Old February 7th 19, 09:48 AM posted to rec.photo.digital
Eric Stevens
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Default Photoshop problem

I have 436 photographs of the front and back of coins. I am trying to
use variables to organise them in matched front and back pairs. Every
thing is going well until I get to apply the data sets when I get the
message "Could not apply the data set because of a disk error".

PSErrorLog.txt is full of records such as "2019:02:04 15:27:14 :
e:\ps\ps20\win64_release\20181219.r.30\photoshop\m ain\interfaces\utrackresouceimp.h
: 134 : REQUIRE failed".

Searches on the Internet suggest that it may be something to do with
the scratch file. Normally it is on drive C: which has 298GB free. I
have tried switching it over to D: which has 720GB free but it makes
no difference.

I have posted my problem on Adobe forums but so far have not received
any reply.

Does anyone have any idea of what my problem could be and what I can
do to fix it?

--

Regards,

Eric Stevens
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Old February 7th 19, 10:57 AM posted to rec.photo.digital
Savageduck[_3_]
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Eric Stevens wrote:
I have 436 photographs of the front and back of coins. I am trying to
use variables to organise them in matched front and back pairs. Every
thing is going well until I get to apply the data sets when I get the
message "Could not apply the data set because of a disk error".

PSErrorLog.txt is full of records such as "2019:02:04 15:27:14 :
e:\ps\ps20\win64_release\20181219.r.30\photoshop\m ain\interfaces\utrackresouceimp.h
134 : REQUIRE failed".


Searches on the Internet suggest that it may be something to do with
the scratch file. Normally it is on drive C: which has 298GB free. I
have tried switching it over to D: which has 720GB free but it makes
no difference.

I have posted my problem on Adobe forums but so far have not received
any reply.

Does anyone have any idea of what my problem could be and what I can
do to fix it?


To start with, I am not familiar with the vagaries of using Win on a mix of
drives when running Photoshop.

My understanding of what you are trying to do is to tag each image with ID
criteria for each coin, and a front/back tag for each side of each two
image set.

That should mean the simplest criteria should be two tags per coin image,
one for the coin, and a different one for each side, and that to
sort/arrange them using the coin ID tag should place the two images of each
side together.

Are you using a more complex variable tag system?

Where are your originals, and are you applying the ID as 'Keywords' or
something else?
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Regards,
Savageduck
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Old February 7th 19, 04:27 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
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In article , Eric Stevens
wrote:

I have 436 photographs of the front and back of coins. I am trying to
use variables to organise them in matched front and back pairs. Every
thing is going well until I get to apply the data sets when I get the
message "Could not apply the data set because of a disk error".


photoshop passes along the errors that the os returns, so if it says
disk error, then you have a disk error. fix it.

and using lightroom for what you describe would be vastly easier.
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Old February 7th 19, 05:47 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Bill W
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On Thu, 07 Feb 2019 21:48:48 +1300, Eric Stevens
wrote:

I have 436 photographs of the front and back of coins. I am trying to
use variables to organise them in matched front and back pairs. Every
thing is going well until I get to apply the data sets when I get the
message "Could not apply the data set because of a disk error".

PSErrorLog.txt is full of records such as "2019:02:04 15:27:14 :
e:\ps\ps20\win64_release\20181219.r.30\photoshop\ main\interfaces\utrackresouceimp.h
: 134 : REQUIRE failed".

Searches on the Internet suggest that it may be something to do with
the scratch file. Normally it is on drive C: which has 298GB free. I
have tried switching it over to D: which has 720GB free but it makes
no difference.

I have posted my problem on Adobe forums but so far have not received
any reply.

Does anyone have any idea of what my problem could be and what I can
do to fix it?


Folder permissions again?
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Old February 7th 19, 06:11 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Tony Cooper[_2_]
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Default Photoshop problem

On Thu, 07 Feb 2019 21:48:48 +1300, Eric Stevens
wrote:

I have 436 photographs of the front and back of coins. I am trying to
use variables to organise them in matched front and back pairs. Every
thing is going well until I get to apply the data sets when I get the
message "Could not apply the data set because of a disk error".

PSErrorLog.txt is full of records such as "2019:02:04 15:27:14 :
e:\ps\ps20\win64_release\20181219.r.30\photoshop\ main\interfaces\utrackresouceimp.h
: 134 : REQUIRE failed".

Searches on the Internet suggest that it may be something to do with
the scratch file. Normally it is on drive C: which has 298GB free. I
have tried switching it over to D: which has 720GB free but it makes
no difference.

I have posted my problem on Adobe forums but so far have not received
any reply.

Does anyone have any idea of what my problem could be and what I can
do to fix it?


I really don't follow your problem, but I also have several hundred
photos of the front and back of coins. Each photo was given a file
name like 121-1855a or 121-1855b. 121-1855a is the face of a coin
minted in 1855 and 121-1855b is the obverse. The first number
indicates the coin is a $1.00 US gold coin and this is the 21st $1.00
US gold coin in the series. The $5.00 US gold coins have 5xx numbers
and so on.

There is a third photo in my series that is 121-1855s that is a photo
of the "slabbed" coin after it was sent to a professional grading
service. The 1855 Seated Liberty $1.00 gold coin is valued anywhere
from $225 to $7,000 depending on the grade assigned. The grading
service (PCGS) assigns a grade based on condition and seals the coin
in a container called a "slab".

I don't understand why a simple file-naming system would not display
the coins in the proper sequence using, say, Bridge.

I'm sure I misunderstand your problem, though.

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Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida
  #6  
Old February 7th 19, 06:26 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Savageduck[_3_]
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Default Photoshop problem

Tony Cooper wrote:
On Thu, 07 Feb 2019 21:48:48 +1300, Eric Stevens
wrote:

I have 436 photographs of the front and back of coins. I am trying to
use variables to organise them in matched front and back pairs. Every
thing is going well until I get to apply the data sets when I get the
message "Could not apply the data set because of a disk error".

PSErrorLog.txt is full of records such as "2019:02:04 15:27:14 :
e:\ps\ps20\win64_release\20181219.r.30\photoshop\m ain\interfaces\utrackresouceimp.h
134 : REQUIRE failed".


Searches on the Internet suggest that it may be something to do with
the scratch file. Normally it is on drive C: which has 298GB free. I
have tried switching it over to D: which has 720GB free but it makes
no difference.

I have posted my problem on Adobe forums but so far have not received
any reply.

Does anyone have any idea of what my problem could be and what I can
do to fix it?


I really don't follow your problem, but I also have several hundred
photos of the front and back of coins. Each photo was given a file
name like 121-1855a or 121-1855b. 121-1855a is the face of a coin
minted in 1855 and 121-1855b is the obverse. The first number
indicates the coin is a $1.00 US gold coin and this is the 21st $1.00
US gold coin in the series. The $5.00 US gold coins have 5xx numbers
and so on.

There is a third photo in my series that is 121-1855s that is a photo
of the "slabbed" coin after it was sent to a professional grading
service. The 1855 Seated Liberty $1.00 gold coin is valued anywhere
from $225 to $7,000 depending on the grade assigned. The grading
service (PCGS) assigns a grade based on condition and seals the coin
in a container called a "slab".

I don't understand why a simple file-naming system would not display
the coins in the proper sequence using, say, Bridge.

I'm sure I misunderstand your problem, though.


All of what you have said makes sense to me, and should be a solution for
Eric’s sorting problem. However, the mystery of the ERROR remains what
seems to be a peculiar Windows issue.

--

Regards,
Savageduck
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Old February 7th 19, 11:30 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Eric Stevens
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Default Photoshop problem

On Thu, 07 Feb 2019 03:57:56 -0600, Savageduck
wrote:

Eric Stevens wrote:
I have 436 photographs of the front and back of coins. I am trying to
use variables to organise them in matched front and back pairs. Every
thing is going well until I get to apply the data sets when I get the
message "Could not apply the data set because of a disk error".

PSErrorLog.txt is full of records such as "2019:02:04 15:27:14 :
e:\ps\ps20\win64_release\20181219.r.30\photoshop\m ain\interfaces\utrackresouceimp.h
134 : REQUIRE failed".


Searches on the Internet suggest that it may be something to do with
the scratch file. Normally it is on drive C: which has 298GB free. I
have tried switching it over to D: which has 720GB free but it makes
no difference.

I have posted my problem on Adobe forums but so far have not received
any reply.

Does anyone have any idea of what my problem could be and what I can
do to fix it?


To start with, I am not familiar with the vagaries of using Win on a mix of
drives when running Photoshop.

My understanding of what you are trying to do is to tag each image with ID
criteria for each coin, and a front/back tag for each side of each two
image set.

That should mean the simplest criteria should be two tags per coin image,
one for the coin, and a different one for each side, and that to
sort/arrange them using the coin ID tag should place the two images of each
side together.

Are you using a more complex variable tag system?


None of that. I think the easiest way to explain it is to refer you to
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PYu...ature=youtu.be
and
https://helpx.adobe.com/nz/photoshop...external_files
or http://tinyurl.com/y835esu9


Where are your originals, and are you applying the ID as 'Keywords' or
something else?

--

Regards,

Eric Stevens
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Old February 7th 19, 11:34 PM posted to rec.photo.digital
Eric Stevens
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Default Photoshop problem

On Thu, 07 Feb 2019 12:11:30 -0500, Tony Cooper
wrote:

On Thu, 07 Feb 2019 21:48:48 +1300, Eric Stevens
wrote:

I have 436 photographs of the front and back of coins. I am trying to
use variables to organise them in matched front and back pairs. Every
thing is going well until I get to apply the data sets when I get the
message "Could not apply the data set because of a disk error".

PSErrorLog.txt is full of records such as "2019:02:04 15:27:14 :
e:\ps\ps20\win64_release\20181219.r.30\photoshop \main\interfaces\utrackresouceimp.h
: 134 : REQUIRE failed".

Searches on the Internet suggest that it may be something to do with
the scratch file. Normally it is on drive C: which has 298GB free. I
have tried switching it over to D: which has 720GB free but it makes
no difference.

I have posted my problem on Adobe forums but so far have not received
any reply.

Does anyone have any idea of what my problem could be and what I can
do to fix it?


I really don't follow your problem, but I also have several hundred
photos of the front and back of coins. Each photo was given a file
name like 121-1855a or 121-1855b. 121-1855a is the face of a coin
minted in 1855 and 121-1855b is the obverse. The first number
indicates the coin is a $1.00 US gold coin and this is the 21st $1.00
US gold coin in the series. The $5.00 US gold coins have 5xx numbers
and so on.

There is a third photo in my series that is 121-1855s that is a photo
of the "slabbed" coin after it was sent to a professional grading
service. The 1855 Seated Liberty $1.00 gold coin is valued anywhere
from $225 to $7,000 depending on the grade assigned. The grading
service (PCGS) assigns a grade based on condition and seals the coin
in a container called a "slab".

I don't understand why a simple file-naming system would not display
the coins in the proper sequence using, say, Bridge.


I'm trying to get the face and rear surfaces into the one photograph
for each coin. It's easy enough to do except that I am trying to
automate the process for the quantity.

I'm sure I misunderstand your problem, though.

--

Regards,

Eric Stevens
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Old February 8th 19, 12:15 AM posted to rec.photo.digital
Tony Cooper[_2_]
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On Fri, 08 Feb 2019 11:34:02 +1300, Eric Stevens
wrote:

On Thu, 07 Feb 2019 12:11:30 -0500, Tony Cooper
wrote:

On Thu, 07 Feb 2019 21:48:48 +1300, Eric Stevens
wrote:

I have 436 photographs of the front and back of coins. I am trying to
use variables to organise them in matched front and back pairs. Every
thing is going well until I get to apply the data sets when I get the
message "Could not apply the data set because of a disk error".

PSErrorLog.txt is full of records such as "2019:02:04 15:27:14 :
e:\ps\ps20\win64_release\20181219.r.30\photosho p\main\interfaces\utrackresouceimp.h
: 134 : REQUIRE failed".

Searches on the Internet suggest that it may be something to do with
the scratch file. Normally it is on drive C: which has 298GB free. I
have tried switching it over to D: which has 720GB free but it makes
no difference.

I have posted my problem on Adobe forums but so far have not received
any reply.

Does anyone have any idea of what my problem could be and what I can
do to fix it?


I really don't follow your problem, but I also have several hundred
photos of the front and back of coins. Each photo was given a file
name like 121-1855a or 121-1855b. 121-1855a is the face of a coin
minted in 1855 and 121-1855b is the obverse. The first number
indicates the coin is a $1.00 US gold coin and this is the 21st $1.00
US gold coin in the series. The $5.00 US gold coins have 5xx numbers
and so on.

There is a third photo in my series that is 121-1855s that is a photo
of the "slabbed" coin after it was sent to a professional grading
service. The 1855 Seated Liberty $1.00 gold coin is valued anywhere
from $225 to $7,000 depending on the grade assigned. The grading
service (PCGS) assigns a grade based on condition and seals the coin
in a container called a "slab".

I don't understand why a simple file-naming system would not display
the coins in the proper sequence using, say, Bridge.


I'm trying to get the face and rear surfaces into the one photograph
for each coin. It's easy enough to do except that I am trying to
automate the process for the quantity.

I'm sure I misunderstand your problem, though.


OK. I watched the Kost video and see what you're trying to do: merge
two images into one image using automation. (436 images = 218 merged
image) I don't want a merged image, so the project doesn't interest
me.

Have you considered emailing Julieanne Kost at ?
I don't know if she responds to requests for help, but it couldn't
hurt.


Good luck.
--
Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida
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Old February 8th 19, 01:03 AM posted to rec.photo.digital
Peter Jason
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Default Photoshop problem

On Thu, 07 Feb 2019 21:48:48 +1300, Eric Stevens
wrote:

I have 436 photographs of the front and back of coins. I am trying to
use variables to organise them in matched front and back pairs. Every
thing is going well until I get to apply the data sets when I get the
message "Could not apply the data set because of a disk error".

PSErrorLog.txt is full of records such as "2019:02:04 15:27:14 :
e:\ps\ps20\win64_release\20181219.r.30\photoshop\ main\interfaces\utrackresouceimp.h
: 134 : REQUIRE failed".

Searches on the Internet suggest that it may be something to do with
the scratch file. Normally it is on drive C: which has 298GB free. I
have tried switching it over to D: which has 720GB free but it makes
no difference.

I have posted my problem on Adobe forums but so far have not received
any reply.

Does anyone have any idea of what my problem could be and what I can
do to fix it?



Sorting images by color etc....
https://imagesorter.software.informer.com/4.3/

Explained...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MeyVabShtQ

Will sort images by visual characteristics for
subsequent grouping.
 




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