It has been a while that I can't load or edit my pictures from Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic (10.1 Release, Camera Raw 13.1) to Adobe Photoshop CC (22.1.0). It always gets stuck in 95% Progress. The only way I could make it work is that I have to Force Close Photoshop and then CMD+E the photo from Lightroom again. It's a painful process as I lose any other photo editing I am already doing on Photoshop prior to opening another to edit.
I have upgraded to the latest LR and PS with no luck.
This is happening for couple of months now, but it is very annoying. Please help.
What happens if you first export the image to a new file within LrC, then Edit in PS that already exported image?
I don't know if I understand you. My workflow is always, import all my images to LrC first. Then, Edit in PS, but it won't load cleanly unless I force close and reopen.
I know I didn't answer your question, can you please give me the steps to follow so that I can try?
Point is to see if a problem exist during the process that LrC sends a export over to PS.
Point is to add an additional annoying step as a possible diagnostic. Create the exported file in LrC without sending to PS, then sending that intermediate to PS.
Hmm, should have inquired (can not infer fro screen shot)
In LrC, /preferences/external editor/
What format have you set for edit in Photoshop? And if TIFF, are you compressing, and is that full compress?
I have it as
File Format: PSD
Color Space: sRGB
Bit Depth: 16bits/component
Also, when you say "Create the exported file in LrC without sending to PS" - how do you create an exported file in LrC?
I exported it as PSD and edited it in PS with no problem.