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Buscar varias fotos en Adobe Bridge por nombre / Find multiple photos in Adobe Bridge by name

Community Beginner ,
Apr 18, 2023 Apr 18, 2023

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Hola, tengo un listado de 100 fotos en formato texto con el nombre del archivo. Estas fotos están dentro de una carpeta con 1000 fotos.

 

No soy capaz de buscar esas fotos mediante la función buscar.

 

Si pego el nombre de una foto en la función buscar me la encuentra, en el momento que hay 2 nombres o más, aunque los separe por comas no me los encuentra. Soy fotografo de bodas y obtengo una lista de una selección de fotos favoritas (a traves de una web que la genera) y necesitaría poder filtrar ese listado para hacer una copia en otra carpeta y poder mandar a imprimirlas.

 

Esta función la hace Lightroom, pero las fotos exportadas en jpg tienen el nombre de la pareja y las fotos de lightroom tienen el formato del RAW original.

 

Muchas gracias.

 

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Hello, I have a list of 100 photos in text format with the name of the file. These photos are inside a folder with 1000 photos.

 

I am not able to search for those photos using the search function.

 

If I paste just one name of a photo in the search function, it finds it, when there are 2 names or more, even if I separate them by commas, it does not find them. I am a wedding photographer and I get a list of a selection of favorite photos (through a website that generates it) and I would need to be able to filter that list to make a copy in another folder and be able to send them to print.

 

This function is done by Lightroom, but the photos exported in jpg (the one that I have the list) have the name of the couple and the lightroom photos have the original RAW format.

 

Thank you so much.

 

 

 

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Community Beginner , Apr 24, 2023 Apr 24, 2023

Hello, this is what I did previously, and does not work.. Actually, I have done it manually. So I have a folder with 100 photos, and I have this favorit list of the exact 100 photos. And It doesnt find anyone... If I put  search for "Nereayadrian00540.jpg" it finds it, if I put  search for: "Nereayadrian00540.jpg,  Nereayadrian00590.jpg" it does not find nothing. So this is just to find one photo or one single file, but it does not find several files separeted with comas. 

This should be somethin

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Adobe Employee ,
Apr 21, 2023 Apr 21, 2023

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Hi Fran,

 

Ill suggest you to try Advanced search/find option of bridge, where in you could search all your files easily.

To Know how to use the function kindly refer to 'Search for files and folders with Adobe Bridge' in the following  link https://helpx.adobe.com/in/bridge/using/view-files-bridge.html

 

Thank you

Adobe team

 

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Apr 24, 2023 Apr 24, 2023

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Hello, this is what I did previously, and does not work.. Actually, I have done it manually. So I have a folder with 100 photos, and I have this favorit list of the exact 100 photos. And It doesnt find anyone... If I put  search for "Nereayadrian00540.jpg" it finds it, if I put  search for: "Nereayadrian00540.jpg,  Nereayadrian00590.jpg" it does not find nothing. So this is just to find one photo or one single file, but it does not find several files separeted with comas. 

This should be something that bridge must implement. 

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Oct 09, 2023 Oct 09, 2023

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Oh I came to this community to find out how I can find a list of Photos just like in Lightroom instead of having te type down eventueel single file.... but I understand this feature is not yet available in Bridge??? How is that possible ?? It would be so helpful and save a lot of time. 

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LEGEND ,
Oct 09, 2023 Oct 09, 2023

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Are you trying to search for a list of photos or ???

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New Here ,
Oct 10, 2023 Oct 10, 2023

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In Lightroom I can fill in a list of filenames in the searchfield and bridge accepts only one file at a time. So to find t selection of files this doesn't work

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LEGEND ,
Oct 10, 2023 Oct 10, 2023

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Bridge cannot search for more than one file at a time. I have a script that is part of my Utility Script Pack to do this. Look for Multisearch Plus.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/mg817g9a9ymbasi/AADTmXUVxmFfM58bcyYE7yiwa?dl=0

 

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