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PSB files do not sync?

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Now that LR supports PSB files, I have been noticing that these files in my LR sync collections are not syncing with the Adobe cloud. Has anybody else noticed this?
 
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Thanks for the reply. That is seriously too bad...

The “B” in “PSB” stands for BIG. It should be understandable from a bandwidth stand point that moving these files around on the Ethernet is not a practical thing to do. Especially when the destination is a mobile screen open a simple OS platform. It is a fairly simple process to convert these large files into a PSD or TIFF which can be included in a syncable collection.


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You might be able to fool LR by creating a blank PS file, saving it as a TIF, and "placing" the PSB in it.
 
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