Transferring versions from LR to LR Classic

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I've been using Lightroom for a couple of months, and have created several versions of some of the original RAW files.  I've just downloaded LR Classic so that I can print my images, and the original RAW files have successfully migrated across via the cloud. 

However, I can't find the edited versions of the RAW files. 

How can I get these (which are the ones I want to print) across to LR Classic?  Or are they there somewhere and if so how do I access them?

Many thanks

 

AFAIK, versions do not sync to Lightroom Classic because Lightroom Classic does not have a similar feature. If you want to print a certain version, you need to select that so the main image is changed to that version and then wait till the new settings have synced down to Lightroom Classic.

 

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I've been using Lightroom for a couple of months, and have created several versions of some of the original RAW files.  I've just downloaded LR Classic so that I can print my images, and the original RAW files have successfully migrated across via the cloud. 

However, I can't find the edited versions of the RAW files. 

How can I get these (which are the ones I want to print) across to LR Classic?  Or are they there somewhere and if so how do I access them?

Many thanks

 

AFAIK, versions do not sync to Lightroom Classic because Lightroom Classic does not have a similar feature. If you want to print a certain version, you need to select that so the main image is changed to that version and then wait till the new settings have synced down to Lightroom Classic.

 

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If you have 'Sync' turned on in Lightroom-Classic, then the edits you have made with 'Lightroom' should automatically update and appear in Lightroom-Classic. (without 'history' but showing Develop adjustments)

 

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My image (raw DNG) in Lightroom (and synced down to Lightroom-Classic)

ScreenShot190.jpg

I make some edits in Lightroom and within 2 minutes, this is my preview in Lightroom-Classic:

ScreenShot191.jpg

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.1, Photoshop 22.1, Lightroom 4.1, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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Thanks.  I've sometimes saved several versions of the image in LR using the 'versions' function.  I can only find the original in LR Classic - how do I display the edited versions of the original please?

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AFAIK, versions do not sync to Lightroom Classic because Lightroom Classic does not have a similar feature. If you want to print a certain version, you need to select that so the main image is changed to that version and then wait till the new settings have synced down to Lightroom Classic.

 

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Thank you.

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