Can't install Kodak Extended Range Imaging (ERI) program

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by KBob, Jan 20, 2004.

  1. KBob

    KBob Guest

    Have uninstalled/re-installed Photoshop, same problem. When trying to
    install the Kodak ERI FFM setup, it comes up with this error:

    "An error ocurred during the move data process: -145
    Component: DLLs
    File Group: Shared DLLs
    File: (blank)"

    Does anyone know how to deal with this??

    Thanks,
    -KBob
     
    KBob, Jan 20, 2004
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  2. KBob

    KBob Guest

    Just want to ad that I attempted to install this on the wife's Win2K
    machine and it did the same thing. I'm thinking there's a problem
    with this and Photoshop CS. Does anyone else here have a 14n or
    Kodak DCS back and is using this ERI (JPEG enhancement) feature?
     
    KBob, Jan 20, 2004
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  3. KBob

    Ron Baird Guest

    Greetings KBob,

    Sorry to hear about your trouble.

    Far as I can recall, the FFM does not work just yet. It will soon, however,
    so watch the Kodak site as they are working diligently to get it online for
    you. Also, I believe that the DCR can import into CS directly. This not a
    supported feature but you might want to give it a try. Might work for you?

    Talk to you soon.

    Ron Baird
    Eastman Kodak Company
     
    Ron Baird, Jan 20, 2004
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  4. KBob

    KBob Guest

    Thanks for your reply, Ron. I thought something was wrong with the
    computer here, but evidently ERI is just not ready quite yet. The RAW
    image capability of CS works fine, however, for restoring "lost"
    highlights in overexposure, but does require the larger RAW files to
    use, I simply read the DCR files off the card and the RAW utility
    takes over in a very nice way (except for a couple buttons that have
    their descriptions clipped off in 1200X1600 mode).

    For all the resolution this camera exhibits, I was surprised and a
    little dismayed to see how it renders natural scenes. For example, an
    image of my yard shows large areas of grass that appear to be smudged
    over in a most unappealing way, interspersed with other areas in which
    the blades of grass are pixel-sharp. I realize that this must be due
    to the camera's noise reduction program, but it still degrades the
    image to an objectionable degree. It's a bit like a pastel painting,
    where a blending stub is used over areas that are "too sharp." I
    don't like this at all--are there plans for updates to 14n firmware to
    address this? Please?? ;-)

    -KBob
     
    KBob, Jan 20, 2004
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