Help! I just migrated from Lightroom Classic to Lightroom, and I know I have lots of duplicates (they've accumulated over years of imports in various Adobe products). I've been putting off cleaning them up, and I thought I'd get it done after I got started in the new (to me) platform. Now, I'm finding out that cleaning up duplicates in the cloud is a nightmare. Soooo... a few questions:
- I'd like to use a product like Gemini to clean up my files and then synch only the remaining files. Is that possible?
- Or, is there a way to "start over" the synching after I clean up the originals?
- Or, is there a way to de-dup the cloud files?
- I don't see a way to view the cloud file structure. Is there a way to do that?
Basically, I'm looking for some way - other than manually reviewing over 100k photos - to de-dup in bulk.
Note, I have years of data - edits, keywords, etc. - that I'd prefer not to lose as I de-dup.
PS Like so many others, I would LOVE a de-dup feature built into the app!!!
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The OP migrated from Lightroom Classic to Lightroom. Lightroom does nort support plugins.