PhotoStructure has a number of filters that all must pass for a photo or video to be added to your library:
The file must be a JPEG, PNG, digital camera raw format, or a video format that FFmpeg can decode.
If the JPEG is found to be corrupt it will be skipped. This may be due to bitrot or a failed backup.
If the image is too small, it will be skipped. The default minimum dimension is 480 pixels for images, and 240 pixels for videos. The default minimum filesize is 50 KB. These defaults can be changed with the
If a file is too large, it will be skipped. This mostly applies to videos, and prevents your NAS from filling up with transcoded versions of that 45 minute piano recital that you’ll never watch. This defaults to 500 MB, and can be changed with the
Images must have a make and model in their metadata. This filter prevents screenshots, downsampled photos, and web cache images from being imported into your library. This filter can be disabled by setting
falsein your library settings.
If you’re using PhotoStructure for Servers, you can run the
photostructure info $FILE command to see what filters are accepting or rejecting a file for import.
--help for usage details.
Photo by Adrian Dascal