X3FJpegXtract for mac

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Ignatz
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X3FJpegXtract for mac
Apr 6, 2012

Does anyone have the application X3FJpegXtract for mac. The links I found don't work.
Thank you.

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Re: X3FJpegXtract for mac
In reply to Ignatz, Apr 8, 2012

Try this plugin 'X3F Utilities' from,

corpus-callosum.com

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Re: X3FJpegXtract for mac
In reply to whisky, Apr 9, 2012

Thanks, but I think this won't work on my computer. I have 10.4 on a G4.

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Re: X3FJpegXtract for mac
In reply to Ignatz, Apr 9, 2012

Won't the SPP Convert-to-jpeg function give you what you want?
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In reply to rick decker, Apr 9, 2012

Yes, it will. But for various reasons I mostly use SPP 3.3 which does not have the convert-to-jpeg function.

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Re: X3FJpegXtract for mac
In reply to Ignatz, Apr 9, 2012

Can't be certain but I first used it on my iMac G5 running OSX 10.3 Panther. It is still OK now on OSX 10.5 so if your machine is on OSX 10.4 it should run OK.

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Re: X3FJpegXtract for mac
In reply to whisky, Apr 9, 2012

I thought Corpus Callosum's X3F Utilities worked with QuickLook which was introduced in 10.5.

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In reply to Ignatz, Apr 9, 2012

See below --- it works on OSX

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Re: X3FJpegXtract for mac
In reply to Ignatz, Apr 9, 2012

I found something: http://homepage3.nifty.com/haruya/tools/X3FJpegXtract.zip
If this works, let me know - I'll host it separately.

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Re: You can use my tool
In reply to Roland Karlsson, Apr 9, 2012

Thanks Roland. Would you tell me step by step how to use your extract tool.

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Re: X3FJpegXtract for mac
In reply to ArvoJ, Apr 9, 2012

Arvo, this looked promising but it's for intel macs only. Mine is a PPC. Thank you.

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In reply to Ignatz, Apr 10, 2012

Ignatz wrote:

Thanks Roland. Would you tell me step by step how to use your extract tool.

Sure!

You download the executables from the http://www.proxel.se/x3f.html page.

Then you unpack it with
tar xvfz x3f-041.tgz

In the unpacked directory, you will find the executable x3f/osx/x3f_extract. Put that executable where you can use it, i.e. somewhere according to your PATH variable.

Then you extract JPEG files with
x3f_extract -jpg foo.x3f
This will create foo.x3f.jpg

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Re: You can use my tool
In reply to Roland Karlsson, Apr 10, 2012

I put it in usr/local/bin but got a command not found message. As you can tell I know nothing about the terminal and command lines. Awhile ago I had put cdparanoia in the same place and it worked. Any suggestions? Thanks

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Ignatz wrote:

I put it in usr/local/bin but got a command not found message. As you can tell I know nothing about the terminal and command lines. Awhile ago I had put cdparanoia in the same place and it worked. Any suggestions? Thanks

This may be a long and painful conversation ... or not

If it cannot be found, even though it sin the usr/local/bin dir .... then it can be one of many problems.

  1. This directory is not in your PATH. You can test that by typing "echo $PATH" . Its quite common t NOT have this dir in your path.

  2. The program is not executable. You can test that by typing "ls -l usr/local/bin/x3f_extract" . If it isnt executable you make it so by typing "chmod +x usr/local/bin/x3f_extract"

  3. Many other things ...

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In reply to Roland Karlsson, Apr 10, 2012

echo $PATH gave me this bin: sbin: usr/bin: usr/sbin/ so I put it in usr/sbin and got this:
Link (dyld) error:

Symbol not found: stack_chk_guard
Referenced from: usr/sbin/x3f_extract
Expected in:
usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib

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Re: X3FJpegXtract for mac
In reply to Ignatz, Apr 10, 2012

Hi,

if you're interested, I have a perl script which actually extract the thumbnail. It should be easy to modify it to extract the preview instead.

Another nice feature of the script is it can adjust the orientation of the image by modifying the x3f header (orientation field).

It's actually not online, but if you want to give it a try... I'll host it somewhere.

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In reply to Ignatz, Apr 10, 2012

Ignatz wrote:

echo $PATH gave me this bin: sbin: usr/bin: usr/sbin/ so I put it in usr/sbin and got this:
Link (dyld) error:

Symbol not found: stack_chk_guard
Referenced from: usr/sbin/x3f_extract
Expected in:
usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib

Ehhhhhhhhhh .. what?

It might be this:
http://wiki.osdev.org/GCC_Stack_Smashing_Protector

or this one:
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2625035?start=0&tstart=0

Do you have Microsoft Office installed on your Mac?

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Re: X3FJpegXtract for mac
In reply to tam ille, Apr 11, 2012

Thanks for the offer but I'd have no idea what to do with a perl script.

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Re: You can use my tool
In reply to Roland Karlsson, Apr 11, 2012

No, I don't have Microsoft Office installed. This is a new version of X3F; should I try the previous one? Thanks for all your help. Let me know if this gets bothersome.

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Re: X3FJpegXtract for mac
In reply to Ignatz, Apr 11, 2012

You'd run it, same as the executable Roland is offering. This will only work if you have perl installed, but it seems likely that you do; type "perl -version" at the command line and see if it responds with version information. If so, you should be able to run the perl script on your image files.

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