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Corrputed zip file from pix4dcatch

I have captured 1054 images using pix4dcatch on an iPhone 8.
I would like to export them as a zip file.
The app crashed the first time it tried to compress them.
Now every time I export the zip file, both a mac and a PC claim the zip file is corrupted.
Is there any way to clear the zip file and get the app to recompress it?
It doesn’t matter whether I export to GDrive, Airdrop or any other way, the same corrupted file is transferred.
Is there another way to export the image files directly?
thanks

Hello,

We’ve detected a potential issue where a corrupted zip file could be cached by the app in a situation where there is not much room left one the device. iOS should periodically clear the cache to free space but there doesn’t seem to be a way to trigger it manually.
We are investigating the issue.

Kind Regards,

George Brown

Hello @tomhannen ,

We just released version 1.2.3 with a fix for this issue. Any previously created corrupt ZIP should be detected and removed, and the export will try again. There should be no loss of data.

Kind Regards,

George Brown

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