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Library module Bulk adjust timestamp no longer works?

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kenwood

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LR 11.5 on windows 10, I selected several photos, went to metadata, edit capture time, adjust to specified date and time, only the timestamp of the first selected photo was updated. I can tell because the option 'revert to original timestamp' is only visible for the first photo but not the rest. Is there a way to bulk change timestamp (add X min Y sec to each image) inside lightroom?
 

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Found a way, not sure if its the best way but here it is: in lib mode, select all images to change, go to metadata tab, look for capture time, click on the 3 dot button, time changed there will apply to all selected images
 
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And in grid view check the metadata panel. There is a new button to choose between only the active images and all selected images (sorry, I can’t post a screenshot because I type this on my iPad).
 
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