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Conflicting metadata problem

rctneil

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Hey,

I've just imported approximately 5000 mostly heic photos from my iPhone into Lightroom. For some reason a lot of them are showing the following icon in the corner of their previews:


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If i click on the icon I get this message:

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Just to be on the safeside, I click "Import settings from disk" and the icon is replaced by this one:


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When clicking on that one I get this message:

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and the loop begins again.

Any ideas how I can solve this?

Thanks,
Neil
 
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rctneil

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Thanks for this. Hopefully there is a fix in the next version.
 
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Thanks for this. Hopefully there is a fix in the next version.
If you read the various comments for this issue on the Adobe forum, you would not be optimistic about a fix any time soon.
The challenge for Adobe, and all software companies, is prioritizing the list of new features and bug fixes for the next release. Some bug fixes may perpetually be lower down on the list than some new feature that has to be developed now.

Adobe now seems to release new versions on a two month cadence. For a piece of software as complex as Lightroom (and ignoring the cloudy version),that doesn't provide much time for actual software code development. And since Lightroom has to run on both Windows and MacOS, testing has to take up a significant part of that two months.

Phil
 

lowolf

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This is normal and no update is going to correct it, if you look in Metadata panel showing it ,will tell you what app might of caused this issue.
EXample is Photoshop simply select read from disk this issue has occurred since LR 1.
 
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