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Batch processing crash in 1.7.0.293

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I took 21 .afphoto files into the batch processing section of the new beta. The object was to resize and output jpegs to a subfolder.

After 3 attempts, it was still crashing after processing the first few (the number varied between 1 and 6)

System is windows 10 pro 64 bit, 16 gb ram

It may be significant that  the .afphoto files were created from raw on an ipad and transferred to the windows desktop via icloud. The files were copied from icloud to a temp folder before processing

some of the files attached. you are welcome to the rest if it will help

dsc_7002.jpg.afphoto

DSC_7003.jpg.afphoto

DSC_7004.jpg.afphoto

DSC_7005.jpg.afphoto

DSC_7006.jpg.afphoto

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On the batch job screen

Untick the Parallel Processing option and try again

This has caused problens in the past


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