0.83: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

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0.83: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

Post by adan1 » Sat Nov 26, 2016 6:44 pm

Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr" can not work correctly.
Some files' modif datetime still are create datetime after batch convert.
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OS: Win7 32bit
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Re: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

Post by xnview » Sun Nov 27, 2016 10:51 am

do you use actions? only converting files into png format?
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Re: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

Post by adan1 » Sun Nov 27, 2016 2:25 pm

xnview wrote:do you use actions? only converting files into png format?
NO, I checked all the options. I have some compressed png images and just wanna decompress them into another folder.

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Re: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

Post by xnview » Mon Nov 28, 2016 12:43 pm

which date do you have for original image0227.png? If you try again, same problem?
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Re: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

Post by adan1 » Mon Nov 28, 2016 3:04 pm

xnview wrote:which date do you have for original image0227.png? If you try again, same problem?
The first post showing file list sorted by modif datetime.
2013/4/28 for original images. Those images 2016/11/27 are not work, it seems nothing change for date.

I had try so many times, still have some files not work, they are random. It easily happening while batch convert a large number of files.

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Re: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

Post by xnview » Tue Nov 29, 2016 2:19 pm

how many, i've tried but can't reproduce
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Re: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

Post by adan1 » Wed Nov 30, 2016 2:24 pm

xnview wrote:how many, i've tried but can't reproduce
Do you have set your png compress level 0 before batch convert?
I also test some times as follows.

There 666 images were tested each time.
1.1 compressed png images -> decompressed png images(level 0) without opening the output folder window(sort by modif datetime) not work
1.2 compressed png images -> decompressed png images(level 0) with opening the output folder window(sort by modif datetime) almost work
1.3 compressed png images -> compressed png images work
2.1 Source Folder C:\Users\Adan\Desktop\A -> Output Folder C:\Users\Adan\Desktop\B not work
2.2 Source Folder C:\Users\Adan\Desktop\A -> Output Folder C:\Users\Adan\B not work
2.3 Source Folder C:\Users\Adan\Desktop\A -> Output Folder D:\B work
(D:\ -> C:\ should be as same as 2.3)


My laptop has one HDD(WD5000LPCX-00VHAT0) only. It seems not work when the hard disk is busy.

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Re: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

Post by xnview » Fri Dec 02, 2016 2:03 pm

adan1 wrote: There 666 images were tested each time.
1.1 compressed png images -> decompressed png images(level 0) without opening the output folder window(sort by modif datetime) not work
1.2 compressed png images -> decompressed png images(level 0) with opening the output folder window(sort by modif datetime) almost work
the output folder is opened in XnView's browser, right?

I can't reproduce
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Re: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

Post by adan1 » Fri Dec 02, 2016 2:54 pm

xnview wrote:
adan1 wrote: There 666 images were tested each time.
1.1 compressed png images -> decompressed png images(level 0) without opening the output folder window(sort by modif datetime) not work
1.2 compressed png images -> decompressed png images(level 0) with opening the output folder window(sort by modif datetime) almost work
the output folder is opened in XnView's browser, right?

I can't reproduce
No, just open with Windows Explorer. Opening that seems higher priority for the output folder's IO operations, almost only one image file not work.

By the way, the others can not reproduce too?

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Re: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

Post by XnTriq » Fri Dec 02, 2016 5:45 pm

Welcome to the forum, adan1.
adan1 wrote:By the way, the others can not reproduce too?
For me, conversion works as expected. Original date/time attributes are always preserved.

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Re: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

Post by adan1 » Sat Dec 03, 2016 6:29 am

XnTriq wrote:Welcome to the forum, adan1.
adan1 wrote:By the way, the others can not reproduce too?
For me, conversion works as expected. Original date/time attributes are always preserved.
I am so sorry, i think i found the reason.
Originally my laptop's CPU(Intel Core 2 Duo T9600) getting hot easily, so i set "Maximum processor state" 80% in Power Options after installed the Windows.
Then batch convert not work in this case. Now i recover the Maximum processor state to 100%, it works again finally.

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Re: Batch convert - "Keep original date/time attr"

Post by helmut » Sat Feb 18, 2017 11:18 am

adan1 wrote:... I am so sorry, i think i found the reason.
Originally my laptop's CPU(Intel Core 2 Duo T9600) getting hot easily, so i set "Maximum processor state" 80% in Power Options after installed the Windows.
Then batch convert not work in this case. Now i recover the Maximum processor state to 100%, it works again finally.
Setting maximum power state shouldn't affect the behaviour of Windows or any other application. Anyway, problem seems to be fixed. :arrow: Closed.

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