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Lightroom versus bridge problem

New Here ,
Sep 07, 2021 Sep 07, 2021

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Hello,
I'm having a problem with Bridge (11.1.1), when I make adjustments to my photos in PSD or TIFF in Lightroom (10.2), I perform the following task "save metadata to file". Then I open Bridge in order to rename the files in batch, these photos appear of course, but without the treatments. If I apply the renaming of these files in Bridge and then view them in Lightroom, they appear renamed, but without the processing done before.
Have you ever had this problem ?
Do you have a solution ?
Thank you in advance
Eric

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LEGEND ,
Sep 07, 2021 Sep 07, 2021

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  • Lightroom Classic, is a Digital Asset Manager (DAM) and a Parametric Image Editor.
  • Bridge is also a DAM, well more of a file browser, bot much more.
  • Photoshop is just a Raster Image Editor.
  • People that only use PS may use Bridge as their DAM
  • People that never use PS, or rarely, that use LrC never bother with Bridge
  • Some that come from a PS background, adding LrC later, appear to not give up on Bridge.

 

Why are you still using Bridge? Sounds like a waste of effort. 

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LEGEND ,
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That being said, moving on, more constructive.

 

see:

 

(ref 1):  Lightroom Killer Tips | Adobe Bridge for Lightroom Classic People

 

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