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DNG files from BeBop Drones get corrupted after you edit them in Lightroom CC 2015.4, Lightroom 6.4, or Camera Raw 9.4.

Solutions

Solution 1:

To import DNG copies from Lightroom:

When you import your BeBop DNG files into Lightroom, use the Copy as DNG option. These imported files will not have this issue. 

To import DNG copies from Camera Raw:

To make copies of the files via Camera Raw, open the BeBop DNGs in Camera Raw. Select all or some of the files that you want to open into Photoshop as the copied files. Press the Opt (Mac OS) or Alt (Windows) key, and click the Open Copies button. These copies of your BeBop files will not have this issue. 

Solution 2:

Before you edit your BeBop DNG files in Lightroom or Camera Raw, save a new DNG file from your original BeBop Drone DNG file. Then edit that new DNG file in Lightroom or Camera Raw.

To export a DNG file from Lightroom:

  1. Select the image(s) you want to edit.
  2. Choose File > Export.
  3. In the File Settings section of the Export dialog box, choose DNG for Image Format.
  4. Choose a different location from your original image or change the file name to avoid overwriting your original file.
  5. Make any other desired changes to the options in this dialog box. 
  6. Click Export. 

To save a DNG file from Camera Raw:

  1. Open the image(s) you want to save in Photoshop or Bridge.
  2. Click the Save Image button in the lower left of the Camera Raw dialog box.
  3. Choose Digital Negative from the Format pop-up menu. 
  4. Choose a different location from your original image or change the file name to avoid overwriting your original file.
  5. Make any other desired changes to the options in this dialog box. 
  6. Click Save.

This is a known issue that occurs with when writing metadata from Lightroom or Camera Raw back into BeBop Drone DNG files. This issue will not occur when you save metadata to a DNG file that was saved from Lightroom or Camera raw from a BeBop DNG file. 

 

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