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06/26/2008 12:52:56 AM · #1
quick question, getting a little frustrating. but i believe you can batch edit in lightroom, just wondering how to go about doing it. thanxs
06/26/2008 12:57:31 AM · #2
Originally posted by jaimeDp:

quick question, getting a little frustrating. but i believe you can batch edit in lightroom, just wondering how to go about doing it. thanxs


Select all the images you want to apply the changes to (including the image that has been edited), then make sure that the edited image is selected (a brighter white selection that the others). In the Library module, there is a button in the bottom-right that says "Sync Settings". Click it, then select what you want to synchronize.
06/26/2008 01:00:24 AM · #3



Message edited by author 2008-06-26 01:05:36.
07/01/2008 10:56:04 PM · #4
Here is the video tutorial:
//www.adobe.com/designcenter/lightroom/articles/lir1am_synch.html
01/25/2009 09:37:26 PM · #5
Just what exactly is batch editing?
01/25/2009 09:43:24 PM · #6
Originally posted by icu1965:

Just what exactly is batch editing?


If you want the same adjustments made to a lot of images you can save a lot of time by batch editing.
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