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Batching photos with the AI Denosie tool is not doing what it's supposed to be doing!

New Here ,
Jul 11, 2023 Jul 11, 2023

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I’m having a Lightroom issue and I cannot find the answer on Google for the life of me!
I’m trying to denoise a large batch of photos (it was so dark where their ceremony was so they’re coming out with the lovely colorful dots)
I’ve used the new AI denoise tool on some to make sure they’ll look good and it’s coming out much better than not using it - so I want to batch apply it to all of them.
Google says it’s possible to do this, and I’m doing exactly what it says to - select all the photos I want, go to the denoise tool, select the amount of enhancement and then click enhance. It keeps only enhancing one single photo even though they’re all selected. I’ve even tried only doing 5 at a time and it’s still only doing 1 photo.
PLEASE HELP - it will save me so much time if l don’t have to go through them one by one and wait 25 seconds each! If I could just set it to go and walk away I could use my precious time more efficiently.
Google says it’s possible but it’s just not working?? Thanks in advance!!
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Adobe Employee , Jul 11, 2023 Jul 11, 2023

Hi. You can do it, but you have to start in Grid View. First, select the photos you want to apply Denoise to, then right-click on one of them and choose Enhance near the bottom of the pop-up menu. You will see the Denoise dialog box and can proceed as usual.

I hope that helps! 

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Hi. You can do it, but you have to start in Grid View. First, select the photos you want to apply Denoise to, then right-click on one of them and choose Enhance near the bottom of the pop-up menu. You will see the Denoise dialog box and can proceed as usual.

I hope that helps! 

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Ah yes that worked!! Thank you SO much!

Really appreciate the quick response too!

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