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Community Beginner ,
Jan 11, 2024 Jan 11, 2024

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I have a PC with i9 10850k @3.60Ghz - 64Gb Ram & GeForce RTX 3060 8Gb VRAM and 1TB M.2 SSD and the Lightroom Export is WAY too slow, like 2 Pics/Minute. HELP ME PLEASE. 

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LEGEND , Jan 12, 2024 Jan 12, 2024

In your System Info, looking at the Library path. It appears that you are auto syncing (backing up) to OneDrive. That can cause performance issues, especially on a bad Internet connectivity day. Some may argue, that it could lead to catalog corruption (should the connectivity somehow lead to a crash of LrC). Consider altering your OneDrive settings as to not automatically sync changes in the catalog.

 

Each export will cause an entry into the database, the catalog, you can see that entry in the hi

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Jan 11, 2024 Jan 11, 2024

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First thing to check is that your GPU-drivers are up to date.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga

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Yes, GPU Drives are Up to Date.

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Jan 11, 2024 Jan 11, 2024

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What version ( and please don't say latest) of Lightroom Classic and are you using any Export plugins?

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Community Beginner ,
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Im using the 13.1 LR Version w/ Camera Raw 16.1 and no Plug-Ins.

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  • What type of file are you trying to export and what are it's dimensions?
  • What are you Export specs? 
  • Is this behavior new?

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Community Beginner ,
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Usually I export in *.PNG or *.JPEG (It depends) and mostly in 1920x1080 but sometimes original size (4000x6000) the previous Pc i had, got lower specs and worked more faster, so its sound pretty strange.

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LEGEND ,
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  • How much free space on that hard drive your catalog is on in percent, and yes I mean %, Looking for at least 20% some say 25% free.
  • What hard drive are you exporting to, and how much free space (in this case actual space, GB, TB)

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80% free space of 1 Tb M.2

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LEGEND ,
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Can you share three bits of info that you can pull from LrC?

 

First up, your /preferences/performance

example:

 

Second up, your current Export Screen/dialog. A full screen,

example:

 

And some of the info from LrC /Help/System Info. The info from first line down to just after the plugin info.

example:

 

 

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LEGEND ,
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In your System Info, looking at the Library path. It appears that you are auto syncing (backing up) to OneDrive. That can cause performance issues, especially on a bad Internet connectivity day. Some may argue, that it could lead to catalog corruption (should the connectivity somehow lead to a crash of LrC). Consider altering your OneDrive settings as to not automatically sync changes in the catalog.

 

Each export will cause an entry into the database, the catalog, you can see that entry in the history panel. And each entry into the database will trigger a change to OneDrive, thereby  causing a sync. busy busy busy.

 

In my opinion this is fault of Microsoft and their instance on Windows users logging in via a MS account instead of Local account and as such setting up OneDrive as you have it.

 

Backing up to OneDrive is fine, nice second destination, but I recommend doing so after closing LrC (as in copy to OneDrive). And many would recommend keeping at least one backup on a local hard drive (not containing your working catalog)

 

Some links:

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Fellow members, if my reply is incorrect, please correct me, and please provide reference material. Oh and if not incorrect, do you have reference material to support the above (would be nice to quote MS or Adobe for example)

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Ok perfect, this tips i never tried, i let you know if it help to me, thank you!

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Its look like you're the only right answer, thank you. You made my day.

This is a new machine and absolutly not notice that catalogue was on the OneDrive folder, i just move it and now it work as my expectations.

 

Again thank you.

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