Fehler beim Import von iPhone SE - Aufnahme Datum wird nicht Ordner Kriterium verwendet

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Unter Windows 10 nutze ich LrC V10.11.
Meine Import-Option für den Speicherplatz ist "Nach Datum" und Datumsformat (aktuell) "2021/2021-02-11".
Der Theorie nach sollte LrC Import die importieren Fotos auf Grundlage der Foto-Information nach Aufnahmedatum einsortieren.
Pro Tag ein Ordner.


Macht es aber nicht.


Die Fotos werden in einen neuen Ordner mit Import-Datum einsortiert.

So unter Windows.

Importiere ich mit LrC unter OSX ist alles korrekt.
Hat jemand eine Idee warum?
Wie erreiche ich den Adobe Support?

 

Danke

Enrico

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johnrellis Most Valuable Participant , Feb 12, 2021
Importing via  a USB cable often puts photos into the wrong dated folders  This bug has been outstanding for many years, and it's pretty clear Adobe has no intention of fixing it.    Try this workaround: In the Import window, rather than selecting from the Devices section, select the photos from the Files section:   That often works, but if it doesn't, a clumsier workaround is to use Windows File Explorer to copy the files from the phone to your hard drive first, and then import them into LR fr...

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Are you importing via a USB cable or a card reader?  

 

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I used the original Apple USB cable directly connected to the PC.

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Importing via  a USB cable often puts photos into the wrong dated folders  This bug has been outstanding for many years, and it's pretty clear Adobe has no intention of fixing it. 

 

Try this workaround: In the Import window, rather than selecting from the Devices section, select the photos from the Files section:

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That often works, but if it doesn't, a clumsier workaround is to use Windows File Explorer to copy the files from the phone to your hard drive first, and then import them into LR from the hard drive.

 

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Thanks John,

 

I'll give it a try.
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