When you import really large website to WP, server process can crash because of different restrictions for PHP memory, request processing time, database connection time etc. To deal with it, you have several options:
- one can find WP support forum with appropriate post and solution: the simplier is to refresh page and click “Resend” which will repeat POST request and WP will continue to import data (it’s smart enough to skip already imported posts)
- another (wiser) solution is to split your import file to several smaller files and import them one by one. Import file is just an ordinary XML file, so you’ll just have to copy-paste header and then split import data is fairly small parts.
My favorite tool, Darktable, does not support new Nikon D5300 NEF format and, obviously, a lot of other RAW formats due to proprietary software for them. But there is a solution. There is a free tool from Adobe for Windows and Mac: DNG converter, which is free and converts a lot (almost all, I guess) of proprietary RAW formats to DNG (Digital NeGative – open lossless raw format. Complete list of supported RAW formats for DNG Converter.
For now DNG Converter is fairly simple so it runs flawlessly under Wine and you’re able to export all your NEF (or other) photos first to DNG and then to process them in your favorite RAW editor. That’s it!
(in my case then I switched Alt-Tab from working DNG converter, it crashed under Wine, but when window is active all the time, it works ok)
Also, if you set file format to 12-bit NEF in your camera, it would have green colors if you open them in any RAW editor (Darktable, RAWTherapee, Lighthouse, etc). But if you chose 14-bit RAW, it looks ok despite the fact it would be more sharp in native Nikon Windows- and Mac-only software.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in commets!
UPD: Darktable 1.6 supports D5300 NEF files if processed without OpenCL