JPEG error (68) (0)

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jtk
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JPEG error (68) (0)

Post by jtk » 24 Mar 18 21:14

Hello

I have a Error Code "JPEG error (68) (0)" on a missing thumbnail for an Olympus EM1 MK2 file. All other files are fine and all other programs I use have no issues. What can I do?

Greeting from Germany
Thomas
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Re: JPEG error (68) (0)

Post by weidmic » 25 Mar 18 8:23

Best would be to send a file with a description of the error to
support@idimager.com
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Re: JPEG error (68) (0)

Post by jtk » 25 Mar 18 20:01

I've tried it with 3 email-accounts and all are saying that the file (16.6MB) is too large.
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Re: JPEG error (68) (0)

Post by weidmic » 25 Mar 18 20:05

Normally I share bigger files via a files haring service like one-drive, icloud or dropbox and send the link via email
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Re: JPEG error (68) (0)

Post by jtk » 25 Mar 18 21:40

<support@idimager.com>: message size 22699461 exceeds size limit 2097152 of
server mail.idimager.com[37.97.139.163]

The server at IDimager is not capable of this size. Normaly macOS ask for sending via Mail drop, but not by this small size.
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Re: JPEG error (68) (0)

Post by jtk » 27 Mar 18 19:00

I've tried to send it again with the use of Mail drop.
One hint for mail drop use: mail drop is normaly activated for file sizes greater then 20MB. My file size was a little lesser, but the email became in totally a little more then 20MB and was rejected by the receiver. But you can change the activating size for mail drop by a terminal command.
I found help for it here: http://dflect.net/maildrop-en/
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