markwend wrote: Okay - installed and working under kubuntu 7.10.
Great, glad to hear it.
markwend wrote: To answer your question, I use jpg when I don't care about quality and lossless tiff when I do.
Ok, both of those file formats should be fine to over-write while viewing.
markwend wrote: Another issue: I typically save my files in 4-digit padded format (filename.%04d.tif), and I notice that djv_ls thinks there's a break between frame 999 and frame 1000.
I was wondering when someone would run into that.
Basically I got too clever with the file sequencing; the software tries to distinguish between sequences with leading zeroes and without, so what's happening is it thinks there are two sequences: 0001-0999 zero-padded, and 1000-1500 without. I should probably change this though, your case seems far more common than someone trying to mix frame padding in the same directory.