Is there a way to make all the pictures viewable in non-embedded form? It's handy when looking through portraits in the outdoors and having the next picture in embedded view is a hasle to keep switching.
Thank you for responding, I AM talking about Lightroom Classic. "Embedded Form" is the icon on the bottom right of all my pictures as I am digesting the folder library. If I click on the icon, the picture loads to show it's more prestine less pixelated form. Is there a function to have this always turned on?
I think I understand embedded preview a lot more. I had no idea that scrolling through many images at once could factor a great role with CPU usage, therefore, I understand why embedded is handy. The video showed me how to group selected photos and command Lightroom to preview under certain rules, I will use that feature.