Every JPG file is always renamed with a number which is -1 compared to the corresponding RAW file.
Thus far I’ve noticed it only with a Fujifilm X100V (the only camera I’m shooting both RAW and JPG).
I’m on version 0.9.22 (updated today), but I’m pretty sure I’ve noticed this also on previous one (I didn’t give too much importance then, I didn’t actually needed to rename, so I simply discarded the download and copied the files over).
No error reported by the download.
Please, see the results here below:
On the left the file in the camera, on the right after RPD dowloaded them.
The first photos are n. 0910, but they are renamed into 0000 and 0001, instead of both into 0001. This then skews all of them. In this way I’m not able to use RPD. I’m simply copying the files without RPD for the moment.
This can be consistently replicated.
I use “Stored number 4 digit” as a sequence item in the renaming scheme.
Is this a known bug? Or should I report it?
Am I maybe missing something or doing something wrong? I’ve been using RPD for years now and this is the first time this thing happens.
I’ve uninstalled the latest version 0.9.22, which I installed with the Python script, and installed instead RPD from Ubuntu Software (I have 18.04), where it’s at version 0.9.9, and that one works properly.
So, I’d say this is a bug which appeared somewhen after this 0.9.9. I’ll live with the Ubuntu repo version for now, but I’m available to help reporting and fixing the bug, if needed (I never looked into RPD, but I have Python expertise).