Lightroom 1:1 render problem

New Here ,
Jun 20, 2022 Jun 20, 2022

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Hello all,

 

I noticed something a while ago that is very strange. I render my images, in yesterday's case of a Kindergarden, always in 1:1 preview. These are well and gladly times 4000 images! Now it happens that when I edit the last quarter - maximum one day after rendering - I somehow notice that Lightroom reacts a bit slower. But that is not the main issue. Then when I click on Library, Previews, and 1:1 Render, it calmly renders the folder's images again. Much slower than when importing. After that, LR runs perfectly again. But now I'm wondering, why did it discard the 1:1 previews after such a short time? In the catalog settings I have set that the 1:1 previews should be deleted only after 30 days. Does anyone have any ideas? After all, Lightroom could be telling me that the images have already been rendered in 1:1 previews!

 

I am working with a new MacBook Pro M1 Max and 64 GB RAM. I would be grateful for help or a tip.

 

By the way, I had this text translated with DeepL, I probably couldn't have expressed it so perfectly in English. Please don't be surprised if this is not linguistically perfect.

Greetings

 

Benny

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Jun 20, 2022 Jun 20, 2022

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You say you edited the images. Previews need to be rerendered after you've made an edit, so this sounds perfectly normal. It's not because Lightroom discarded the 1:1 previews already, it's because they were no longer up to date.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga

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Okay, that really makes sense. So then it renders the images again, with all the edits I've already made. That would already answer my question, I didn't know that! Thanks a lot!

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