Revel: Error: "Skipped Photos : 1 file was not a compatible JPEG and was skipped."

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Laura Wilkerson

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  • upset!

Posted 6 years ago

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Chris Cox

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Next time, please put your question in the body of the question, not in the title.
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Laura Wilkerson

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Yes, sure I will, but do you have an answer to my problem?
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Chris Cox

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No, but you also didn't provide enough details for anyone to figure out what you're seeing.

What are you doing when you get the error message?

Revel will skip anything that isn't a JPEG, because it only works with JPEG images. If you try to upload a video, or a RAW file, it will fail.
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Laura Wilkerson

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The error message says Skipped Photos : 1 file was not a compatible JPEG and was skipped. This happens when I'm trying to import a photo. I have never had this problem before, I always import my photos from my iPhone camera roll, so there should not be anything different in the file type.
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Jason R, Employee

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Hi Laura,

Laura I think I responded to you in another post. but Check your device space you have likely dipped below 500mb. We need at least that much free to perform uploads.

Thanks for using Adobe Revel!

Jason
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Adam Doud

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500MB left on my Hard Drive? I have plenty of space on my HDD and while trying to upload Revel says; 1 file was not a compatible JPEG and was skipped.
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Adam Doud

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Ok. I closed out of the App on my MBP then opened it back up. I had just uploaded 80GB of images and I think the program might have been tired. It is working great upon reopen