After round-tripping to Photoshop, we need a better way to synchronize the edits

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Jul 08, 2022 Jul 08, 2022

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After round-tripping from LR to Photoshop and back to LR, there is a warning icon in the top right of all the edited images in the LR folder. Sometime re-synchronizing the folder in LR makes the adds the edits in LR and the warning goes away - but 90% of the time that doesn't work. 

 

Today l learned 2 workarounds:
1, in LR, select all the images > click the warning > choose import the edits  - this does not always work

Workaround 2
2, in LR, select all the images > right click an image > click Metadata > click Read Metadata From File

We need a reliable, stable and better way to synchronize the edits. I suggest that within the warning there is an option to read metadata edits made outside LR and apply to all images in the folder - AND HAVE IT WORK RELIABLY.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 09, 2022 Jul 09, 2022

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Best work around: ignore it. These warning are bogus and you do not really need to synchronize anything after a round trip to Photoshop.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga

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