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  1. clee01l

    Where is the "Adjustment brush"?

    I would suggest that you download Victorias free Lightroom Classic - Quick Start eBook | The Lightroom Queen Much of what you find on the internet may be out of date or refer to obsolete versions. Rather than try to determine what is in the Martin Evening book and what you find on YouTube...
  2. clee01l

    second hard drive same pictures.

    I’m not sure I understand a reason for adding the backup drive to a perfectly fine Lightroom Catalog. You probably do not want to do this. There are other ways to get to the point where you want to be but first we nee to understand what it is that you want to achieve not what you want to do.
  3. clee01l

    Duplicate vídeos and comparer

    {Translated] Every summer I get to the videos and photos. With almost 100,000 files it's crazy but I go very little by little. I found a software called videocomparer that may work but it closes automatically because it detects failures. I believe that these failures are due to files that were...
  4. clee01l

    Transfer pictures from Lightroom App (I Phone) to computer Lightroom C (v10)

    The Lightroom Mobile app is the way to proceed. On the phone you can set up the Import in Settings to auto import from the Photos Camera Roll or you can use the camera through Lightroom mobile. Images in Lightroom Mobile are stored in your subscription plan storage. So if you have the 20GB...
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    Recommended ram for running Lightroom mobile

    Having always been an iOS user, I assumed this to be the case for all mobile devices. I knew that phone services and music alway run in their own dedicated storage areas on the iPhone. Thanks for pointing this out. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    Recommended ram for running Lightroom mobile

    Mobile devices do not have dedicated memory called RAM. Instead, they use a part of Storage for processing for each app. Unlike multi threaded multitasking apps I Windows or MacOS, each running mobile app is assigned some amount of storage to hold data, application and processing. The user...
  7. clee01l

    Import NAS and Lightroom CC

    I may have mis remembered the TB4 connection or it may be out of stock OWC Mercury Elite Pro Dock - 0GB. If you buy the empty enclosure you can put your SSD in it. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. clee01l

    Import NAS and Lightroom CC

    Here’s what I would recommend: You only need one computer with Lightroom Classic. If your master catalog is on the MBS, then that should be the only computer that you use to import the images the images. If you store the images on a NAS, you will be limited to the speed of the internet...
  9. clee01l

    Export as catalog

    That would work. However, if you are not importing any new images into the Travel catalog and the travel catalog contains all of the images and edits in the master catalog plus any new edit is done only in the travel catalog, then the travel catalog represents the new master catalog can can...
  10. clee01l

    Import NAS and Lightroom CC

    First, There is no product currently called "CC". You are either using Lightroom Classic (v10.x) where images are stored locally or Lightroom (v4.4) which store all of the images in the Adobe cloud. You need to clarify which version you are using. To continue, I will assume Lightroom...
  11. clee01l

    Export as catalog

    If you maintain the integrity of the Package folder, all you need to do with the Travel computer is copy the package back to the master computer and use the "Import form another catalog to merge the contents of both catalogs into one master catalog. "If you include “digital Negatives” you will...
  12. clee01l

    Export as catalog

    You have the right tool “Export as a Catalog”. Will create a catalog of the selected images to all of the images in the master catalog. If you include “digital Negatives” you will get a copy of the master images. Selecting Previews will create a copy of the previews too. All of this gets...
  13. clee01l

    Keyword Hierarchy when importing exported Apple Tiff's

    Any import that has included keywords will add any new keywords to the keyword list and assign and matching KWs fro the current list. You will not lose KWs. Since they are from a flat KW source on import, they will be added to the top level of any hierarchy (In reality a flat level is a...
  14. clee01l

    Slow backup and diagnosis

    “That is why it has been recommended by me and others to use the import from another catalog (your slow master) to a new empty catalog. this will only bring over the good records and leave the detritus behind. “ You had a lot of detritus in the old catalog. Zip the old catalog file up and save...
  15. clee01l

    Slow backup and diagnosis

    Gnits might be on the other side of midnight. So, I just clarify what I think he meant. “Start from Scratch”. Refers only to the Preview images in the preview folder(s) By leaving that box unticked, you will cause Lightroom to build a new set of previews in the preview folders. It will use the...
  16. clee01l

    Keyword Hierarchy when importing exported Apple Tiff's

    That is correct your LrC keywords will sync the first time you sync _from_. LrC to Lr. but not again if you add additional KWs in LRC or back from Lr to LrC. That is why I save my KW part of my workflow to the file in LrC. I am only needing KWs in LrC and on export from LRC Sent from my iPad...
  17. clee01l

    Keyword Hierarchy when importing exported Apple Tiff's

    I don’t subscribe to that recommendation to not use space to “&” for that matter The Keyword field is a Phrase. “Jack & Jill had a Little Lamb” is an example of a single keyword phrase People run into difficulty searching for multiple KWs to multi worded KW phrases. Using the text search filter...
  18. clee01l

    Keyword Hierarchy when importing exported Apple Tiff's

    Photos hosted by LrC are sent as proxy images with a long edge of 2560px. These do not count against your plan storage limits. You can sync your whole LrC Catalog to the cloud and not use any of the storage plan. You do not need to scan through long Keyword lists. At the top of the Keyword list...
  19. clee01l

    Catalog: Make Public: "adobe.ly can't provide a secure connection"

    I think is is a security settings issue either at your ISP (since Windows and Mac have warnings) or on Personal browser security settings on each browser/machine. Since no one else has been able to reproduce your issue with the long and short links that you provide, I have to conclude the the...
  20. clee01l

    Catalog: Make Public: "adobe.ly can't provide a secure connection"

    What happened when you tried the unshortened link? I tried both shortened and unshortened links in Safari and Opera. Bother resolve without error. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  21. clee01l

    Keyword Hierarchy when importing exported Apple Tiff's

    I know where the OP is trying to develop a Keyword scheme since Lightroom Cloudy does not support hierarchy. I am just pointing out that hierarchical keywords are not supported except in Lightroom Classic and not is Apple Photos were they are migrating from. They might want to rethink the key...
  22. clee01l

    Catalog: Make Public: "adobe.ly can't provide a secure connection"

    Fix connection errors - Google Chrome Help. The Adobe link may not conform to the Chrome standards for communication protocols. These are designed to prevent fraudulent websites but that also can prevent some that are not fraudulent. Chrome may not like "Best of Best of Texas"...
  23. clee01l

    Keyword Hierarchy when importing exported Apple Tiff's

    You might want to reconsider moving to a hierarchical keyword structure. The cloud based app Lightroom does not support a hierarchical keyword structure and the support for keywords in the two Lightroom apps is one way one time. In the file header standard, there is only a flat, keyword field...
  24. clee01l

    Will Adobe ever add plug-in capabilities to Lightroom?

    Due to the nature of mobile platforms, I think it is more likely that Lightroom will work with other mobile platforms apps using the “Share” option or something like it. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  25. clee01l

    Hardware Question Involving Lightroom Classic

    If you don’t trust the cloud the only solution that I see is to keep using you “bit heavy” MBP, LrC and you master catalog. If you can get over your fear of the Adobe cloud, you can leave you ‘bit heavy’ MBP at home and work on a svelte iPadPro and the Lightroom app which only communicates to...
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