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Edit files in Lightroom Classic without having them locally stored

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Apr 05, 2020

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I have a 120 Gb library in creative cloud. All the files appear on Lightroom CC and they can be edit and sync without major issue between my phone and computer. Also, and the most important for me, is that the files are not stored locally.

 

I always edited with Lightroom Classic. The problems is when trying to sync the files from the cloud; it automatically start download all the original files into my Mac, which is the opposite that I want. My questions are:

- Is there a way to edit files from the creative cloud in Lightroom Classic without storing them locally?

- If not, can I just store some files or albums from the cloud and not syncing the whole library?

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Edit files in Lightroom Classic without having them locally stored

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I have a 120 Gb library in creative cloud. All the files appear on Lightroom CC and they can be edit and sync without major issue between my phone and computer. Also, and the most important for me, is that the files are not stored locally.

 

I always edited with Lightroom Classic. The problems is when trying to sync the files from the cloud; it automatically start download all the original files into my Mac, which is the opposite that I want. My questions are:

- Is there a way to edit files from the creative cloud in Lightroom Classic without storing them locally?

- If not, can I just store some files or albums from the cloud and not syncing the whole library?

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Short answer is No.

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