8.1 Deletion Procedures
8.1.1 Deleting Reserved Scene
[Delete mark] is an operation to attach a mark to a scene for deletion, and at this moment a file has not been deleted, yet.
After attaching the delete-mark to the scene which you want to delete, execute [File(F)] - [Delete reserved scene], to move the delete-marked scene into the trash box.
By executing these two operations, you can move a scene into the trash box. In other words, a scene is not deleted completely, and you can restore it from the trash box later. If you want to delete it completely, please execute the menu or the shortcut key while pressing Shift key.
[Copy/Move mark] is an operation to attach a mark to a scene for copy or move, and at this moment a file has not been copied or moved, yet.
Execute [File(F)] - [Move reserved scene] and specify the folder into which the scene moves to move the scene.
Execute [File(F)] - [Copy reserved scene] and specify the folder into which the scene moves to copy the scene.
For example, if four files such as IMAG0001.CRW, IMAG0001.JPG, IMAG0001.THM, and IMAG0001.SPD exist in the same folder, these four files are handled as a set at the time of operation.
In other words, when you delete an IMAG0001, these four files are deleted as a set. So the same thing happens at the time of copying and moving.
Because in the DCF Standard, it is prescribed that the files which have the same base name are handled as a set.
Cameras conform to this standard create files in storage media as follows:
IMAG0002.RAW ... RAW file
IMAG0002.JPG ... JPG file created with RAW file simultaneously
IMAG0002.THM ... Thumbnail file
IMAG0002.WAV ... Sound clip associated with scene
This software writes the development parameters in the file named
By this process, even in a case that scenes are copied, moved or deleted with other utilities that meet the DCF Standard, multiple information of these scenes are handled as a set. This is very convenient.
When you write into a CD/DVD, please write these files above simultaneously to save the development parameter settings and the thumbnail file settings.
If a thumbnail file is saved, when you view directly from CD/DVD with this software, a thumbnail file can be displayed quickly.
A development parameter file is created by using the same base name with extension *.spd and in the same folder as the case of RAW data.
In addition, a thumbnail file is created by using the same base name with extension *.spi and in the same folder as the case of RAW data.
Besides these, there is a case to create files with extensions such as .spt and .spj (Refer to → '13.3 Files Created Automatically' for details).
When you write into CD/DVD, you should also write in these files with extensions such as .spd, .spi, .spt, and .spj simultaneously.
In addition, a thumbnail file is created automatically in the background process while you are viewing a thumbnail in the thumbnail mode. However, there is a case that only the scenes that you have viewed are created in the thumbnail file. In order to create all thumbnails that exist in a certain folder, you can execute the following procedure.
(1) Determine if "Enable saving parameter/rotation" under "Function setting" is checked or not. If it is not, check it.
(2) Open the folder in which you want to create a thumbnail file and execute the menu [Option(O)] - [Option(O)] - [Make thumbnail files of all scene].
Only a base name (a file name without extension) can be renamed and cannot be renamed an extension part.
The file which has the same base name with a different extension and exists in the same folder is also renamed simultaneously.
[How to Use Rename]
When a scene is selected in the thumbnail mode, you can display the context menu by right-clicking on that scene. Then select "Rename(M)" to display the control box for renaming that scene.
You can rename the file by inputting the base name that you want to use in the control box.
[How to Use Batch Rename]
When a scene are selected in the thumbnail mode, the menu [File(F)] - [Batch rename] displays "Batch rename" dialog.
You can also display the "Batch rename" dialog by selecting [Batch rename] in the context menu. By inputting the base name that you want to use in this dialog, you can rename the files that have the same base name and exist in the same folder collectively.
[How to Use Batch Rename Dialog]
(1) Setting Rename Rule:
[Area-B]: Selects from the prepared word.
[Area-C]: Specifies digit number of sequential number and the first figure.
One picture is printed on one sheet of paper.
The menu [File] - [Print] displays "Print" dialog.
8.6.1 Print Range
Select whole" button
• "Auto rotation to minimize borders"
Data with the specified print dpi is transferred to a printer. At this time, automatic enlargement or reduction is executed internally. The optimal print dpi setting depends on a printer. Refer to a manual of your printer.
Set each setting for the printer.
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