If the jpeg and raw files have the same base name, then the raw file should not get processed, see https://jalbum.net/help/en/JAlbum/Edit/RAW
"Converts the RAW file to a jpg file in the album's output, it does not create a jpg file within the project itself. If a jpg image with the same base filename is added then the jpg image will be used for the album and the RAW file will not get processed."
Is that not the case?
Edited by: RobM on 24-Jun-2020 21:25
Or is it you just don't want to see them?
Yes, I used to be able to crank out complex regex without thinking twice about it, but these days, I need to head-scratch about it.
My Nikon RAW files are all something like mydog.NEF. To ignore them, this ignore pattern should do the trick (adding to the files that are already ignored):
ETA: That does cause jAlbum to ignore the NEF files when building the album, but they still show in the Explore view. If you refresh the display (F5), the NEF's are excluded, but still visible.
I think I would prefer to have jAlbum handle this differently....
ETA: It gets stranger. If you add both mydog.JPG and mydog.NEF, the NEF is excluded, but remains visible. If you add onlymydog.NEF, without its related JPG file, it finally does disappear from the Explore view after you refresh the display.
I might not want to process all JPEG files that are in the folder.
To do that, you can use the regular jAlbum Exclude option. Choose the JPG's you don't want to include in this project (click, or CTRL-click for selected ones, or SHIFT-click for a whole range), then click the Exclude icon at the top (looks like a "do not enter" traffic sign) or just hit the "minus" key on your keyboard.