I have to use the Adobe DNG converter to change my .orf files (Olympus) to .dng files so that I can use my PSE 9 and ACR to post process my images. PSE 9 ACR isn't compatible with .orf files.
My problem is that after the DNG converter is applied, my file names are extremely long and would prefer to shorten them. I've tried to correct it on the #3 "name for coverted images" on ADNG, but with all their choices it is still too long.
An example is a file name from my camera is numbered as 100-0164. After converting it to a .dng file the file is re-named as oly9016420161028.dng. I added the "oly" prefix to help me identify the camera I used, since I have a Pentax, Fuji, and two Olympus models. I can ditch the "oly" part if necessary, but I really do need to abbreviate the rest of that long file name.
The settings is #3 are : in your red box : Document Name in your green box : yymmdd (date) in your blue box : .dng
I suspect my problem and solution is in the red and green boxes, as there are many selections in the drop-down menus and I don't know which to select. I'll try copying yours using "oly" + document name. Thank you for your help.
Quick follow-up ... I copied your settings on DNG converter (with Oly instead of nik) and that worked perfectly. I now have manageable file names. Thanks for your help and especially the example pic - that helped a lot.