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Learn how to quickly multi-batch export in Lightroom 9.0!

Adobe Employee ,
Oct 31, 2019

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Prepare to streamline your export workflow with the introduction of multi-batch export in Lightroom Classic 9.0! 

 

Have you ever found yourself having to export an image from Lightroom Classic more than once because you need a file for print, web, and/or social media? Check out how to multi-batch export with Lightroom 9.0 in four quick, easy steps!  

 

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Here's what you'll need:

  • Lightroom Classic 9.0
  • Files you would like to export
  • Export presets

 

Don't have any export presets to choose from yet? No worries! Click here to learn how to create your own export presets.

 


➊ Select photos from the Grid view to export.

 

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Check out this helpful article Select photos in the Grid View and the Film Strip


➋ Go to > File > Export

  • Mac Command + Shift + E
  • PC Ctrl + Shift + E

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➌ Select your export presets.

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➍ Once Lightroom Classic is done, you'll be able to review your files in the folders you saved them too!

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Happy Exporting!

Let us know what you think in the comments below. 🙂 


 

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Learn how to quickly multi-batch export in Lightroom 9.0!

Adobe Employee ,
Oct 31, 2019

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Prepare to streamline your export workflow with the introduction of multi-batch export in Lightroom Classic 9.0! 

 

Have you ever found yourself having to export an image from Lightroom Classic more than once because you need a file for print, web, and/or social media? Check out how to multi-batch export with Lightroom 9.0 in four quick, easy steps!  

 

multi-batch_export.gif

 

 


Here's what you'll need:

  • Lightroom Classic 9.0
  • Files you would like to export
  • Export presets

 

Don't have any export presets to choose from yet? No worries! Click here to learn how to create your own export presets.

 


➊ Select photos from the Grid view to export.

 

Screen Shot 2019-11-03 at 11.43.45 PM.png
Check out this helpful article Select photos in the Grid View and the Film Strip


➋ Go to > File > Export

  • Mac Command + Shift + E
  • PC Ctrl + Shift + E

Screen Shot 2019-10-30 at 2.26.36 PM.png


➌ Select your export presets.

Screen Shot 2019-10-30 at 2.26.26 PM.png


➍ Once Lightroom Classic is done, you'll be able to review your files in the folders you saved them too!

Screen Shot 2019-10-31 at 8.22.03 AM.png


Happy Exporting!

Let us know what you think in the comments below. 🙂 


 

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Nov 05, 2019

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It seems interesting, but I suggest to improve this concept and evaluate to add the possibility to scedule the export and create and "export queue" that I can start "later".
Moreover is posible to evaluate and "Export manager" (like the media encoder in Premiere) that receive from lightroom all the export job and I can manage whet start and pause.

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This is completely useless - it totally broke my export workflow.
I'm a concert photgrapher and my export is to a new folder for each concert, with customized file names including the artists name.

I have several presets for different resoultions and watermarks.
To use a preset I will have to change the export location to "Choose folder later" - and when doing the actual export I have to create the folder BEFORE I do the export. How cumbersome is that!
And my customized filename is completely ignored, leaving me with just the base filename.

I can no longer use my presets and have to manually configure the export settings every time I want to export something.

Don't you ever test functionality on real users before dumping it out?

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Nov 08, 2019

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Hi,

 

Thanks for bringing up the issue.

Can you provide us with the preset to investigate the issue?

 

Thanks,

Bhargav

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Nov 20, 2019

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I agree. Talk about taking steps backward! Obviously this was not tested by anyone who actually uses export for production.

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Nov 30, 2019

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There is a beta program for real users...you can apply: https://www.adobeprerelease.com/beta/#

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Nov 24, 2019

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I tried exporting two different presets of the same pictures to different folders. I get a message saying "preparing to export" which was still on the screen after the export was done. The dialog never disapears.  Any solution?

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Nov 27, 2019

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Hi christiand91900472, 

 

Sorry to hear you're running into this issue. Does this happen with every multi-batch export or intermittently? Does it happen if you try more than two presets? Can you share a screenshot of your preset? 

 

^Carissa 

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