(7 replies, posted in TiltViewer)

Allow me to annotate what I just typed a moment ago.  I believe the problem resided more in the fact that one of the files was apparently corrupted that was in my original input folder.  The file extension I believe may not have been the full issue more so that PS4’s inability to open a particular file that was in the folder.  So, to rectify the issue I believe the solution resides in your identification and removal of whatever file(s) PS is unable open regularly on its own.  Creating the gallery should not be an issue then.


(7 replies, posted in TiltViewer)

I believe that I have successfully solved this issue.  I was encountering the same thing.  I believe your issue will be solved by converting all image files in your input folder to an appropriate format like a jpeg.  In my folder I had a mixture of both jpeg and bmp files.  None of the bmp files were recognized and as a result I would get the error message that disabled CS4 from creating the HTML file associated with the gallery and would also give me an that error message.  The moment I took the bmp files out of the folder, everything executed properly.  I hope this assist you in rectifying your problem as it did mine.

Isaac Paul