Hi, curious if anyone else is experiencing this. I have the latest version of LrC installed and MacOS Ventura. When importing from a CFExpress or SD card LrC crashes the computer after approximately 122 photos.
If there is another thread on this apologies, I didn't see it.
Hi, thanks for reaching out. I'll need more info to recreate this on my end to help you with this.
What type of images are you importing, JPEG or RAW? If RAW, what specific camera were these shot on?
Are you applying any develop settings or metadata presets? What type of preview are you creating at import?
A screenshot of your import settings will help.
Try importing a smaller batch of images to a location on the internal drive as a test.
Test this behavior in the macOS safe mode: https://support.apple.com/guide/mac-help/mh21245/mac
Let me know how it goes from here,
Hi Sameer - Thanks for your reply. I'm importing .NEF (Raw) files frm my Nikon 850 and Z7 ii. I am applying a generic copyright and lens correction on import. I have used these same settings many times without any issues. It all started with the release of Ventura.
Below is a screen shot of my import settings. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks for sharing this.
Please save the current settings in the import window as an import preset from the bottom of the Import window.
Try to reset Lightroom Classic's preferences by following the steps in this article (I prefer using method 2): https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/help/setting-preferences-lightroom.html
Let me know how it goes,
Hi Sameer - That didn't correct the problem. It crashed tonight after importing 225 photos from a CFExpress card.
See the link below for info on known issues with macOS Ventura.
Fix common crash issues in 7 simple steps
Force quit and restart Lightroom Classic or restart your computer.
Update Lightroom Classic to the latest version
Check for a Known issue in Lightroom Classic.
Check the Adobe Community for reported issues.
Reset Lightroom Classic's preferences
Troubleshoot GPU and graphics driver
Keep your macOS or Windows operating system up to date.