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I am a Lightroom user for a very long time and enjoy it very much. I have the new sony a7rm4 and took many pictures in an uncomprest mode wich is 120 mp per picture. Cheking the pictures , its realy 120mb. After inporting them to the lightroom I found
out they were compresed to 62mp /
I probably made a mistake.
can some one advice ?
8 bit or 16bit?
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Hi good vibes,
I wanted to share with you my frustration with adobe and its support, I've been for more than 6 days (5 hours a day in chat) trying to solve the problem of copying and pasting masking settings, because an error message appears: "SELECTIONS ENABLED BY 'IA - (artificial intelligence) MUST BE REcalculated IN THE DESTINATION PHOTO"
Lightroom classic version 11.01 version and RAW camera 14.0
ADVANCE THAT THE PROBLEM ALSO Exists IN THE LIGHTROOM
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP LIGHTROOM (CC) VERSION 5.0.
MY MAC: MAC MINI M1 VERSION 11.6 BIGSUR
THE PROBLEM SEEMS TO ME TO BE IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE REGARDING MASKING. Because I DID THE TESTS OF COPYING AND PASTE SETTINGS WITHOUT USING MASKS, AND IT WORKED PERFECTLY, BUT WHEN THE SETTINGS HAVE MASKING, THIS MSG APPEARS: "THE SELECTIONS ACTIVATED BY 'IA - (artificial intelligence) MUST BE DETERMINED" IN THE FOTO
I have a hyperlapse project to deliver to the client, but ADOBE IS not caring about its client's problem... They just don't solve it, they don't do tests, nothing, nothing, nothing...
help me please, I'm Brazilian and I use an inges/portuguese translator...
@Noar banco de imagens If I'm understanding you correctly, it sounds like you want to copy and apply an AI mask to multiple photos. If that's what you're doing, LrC will need to compute the AI mask for each individual image. Regretfully, there's no automatic way to do this currently. You'd need to go to each image and click the Update button.
Users have already been asking for a way to automatically update multiple AI masks. You can go vote for the feature here -
In the future, I'd suggest creating a new post when you're looking for help. Tacking a reply on another unrelated post like this one is less likely to get noticed.
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Hi, I appreciate the new features but very frustrated that I cannot usae the very important previous "Clone" or "Heal" function for a common task like making a treee disappear that appears to be "growing out of a person's head."
In previous LRC iterations the Clonme or Heal brusahes did this easily and accurately.
Now those features seem to be gone.
Yes I can see and use the spot removal tool, but for me this gives me smudges where the tree pixels are above the hair/head pixels, and I can't make these smudges go away, even with zero feathering and small brush size.
What am I missing or what did you and the Adobe team consider was the workflow for the clone function
OK apologies, I now see that in the brush I rightclick to select clone .
Suggestion - Adobe should do a little diagram to map previous icons below the histogram to the new key striokes to invoke those functrions, and include KB shortcuts