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stacker:docs:faqlist [2020/06/28 20:54]
rjlittlefield [How do I save images as TIFF or JPEG?]
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rjlittlefield [How do I save images as TIFF or JPEG?]
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 It's a common mistake to use File > Save Project and then notice that what gets saved are .zsj and .zsy files that can't be used by anything besides Zerene Stacker. ​ File > Save Project is for tasks like coming back tomorrow to retouch an image that you generated today. ​ It stores images in lossless formats and keeps track of alignment information so that you can resume work immediately,​ with no expensive computation. ​ See [[http://​zerenesystems.com/​cms/​stacker/​docs/​howtouseit#​saving_work_in_a_project|Saving Work In A "​Project"​]] for more discussion about that. It's a common mistake to use File > Save Project and then notice that what gets saved are .zsj and .zsy files that can't be used by anything besides Zerene Stacker. ​ File > Save Project is for tasks like coming back tomorrow to retouch an image that you generated today. ​ It stores images in lossless formats and keeps track of alignment information so that you can resume work immediately,​ with no expensive computation. ​ See [[http://​zerenesystems.com/​cms/​stacker/​docs/​howtouseit#​saving_work_in_a_project|Saving Work In A "​Project"​]] for more discussion about that.
  
-If you have used File > Save Project and then left Zerene Stacker, you can quickly recover your work by launching Zerene Stacker again, doing a File > Open Project, and selecting the project folder or the .zsj file inside it.  After the project has been re-opened, ​then you can do File > Save Output Image(s) to create ​TIFF or JPEG file.  (Note: either the project folder or the .zsj file may show as a yellow smiling dog icon, depending on what operating system and program settings you're using. ​ If neither one shows the icon, just select the .zsj file anyway.)+If you have used File > Save Project and then left Zerene Stacker, you can quickly recover your work by launching Zerene Stacker again, doing a File > Open Project, and selecting the project folder or the .zsj file inside it.  After the project has been re-opened, you can select one or more images in the Output Images panel and use File > Save Output Image(s) to create TIFF or JPEG.  (Note: either the project folder or the .zsj file may show as a yellow smiling dog icon, depending on what operating system and program settings you're using. ​ If neither one shows the icon, just select the .zsj file anyway.)
  
 ===== Is there some way to save EXIF and other metadata? ===== ===== Is there some way to save EXIF and other metadata? =====
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