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Feature Request, Add preset to an Selected Images

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Aug 29, 2021 Aug 29, 2021

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NEW FEATURE, Add preset to more than one Selected Images

I edit weddings pictures via the cloud and I have to add the same preset to every image. How can I not "Select All" and "Apply Preset to all. "
I was told to apply them one by one. I have 8,000 images! 

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 30, 2021 Aug 30, 2021
Assuming you are using Lightroom-Desktop v4.4 on a PC or Mac: 1) Apply the Preset to one photo in the Single Image 'Edit' view. 2) [Ctrl+C] to Copy the edits 3) Return to Grid View (Keyboard shortcut [G]) 4) Select your 8,000 images 5) [Ctrl+V] to Paste In Edit mode you can only 'Paste' settings to one photo. In Grid View you can paste to all photos selected. If you click on the three-dot icon in Edit mode you will see your options that also includes [Ctrl+SHIFT+C] to Copy selected Edits.

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Assuming you are using Lightroom-Desktop v4.4 on a PC or Mac:

1) Apply the Preset to one photo in the Single Image 'Edit' view.

2) [Ctrl+C] to Copy the edits

3) Return to Grid View (Keyboard shortcut [G])

4) Select your 8,000 images

5) [Ctrl+V] to Paste

 

In Edit mode you can only 'Paste' settings to one photo. In Grid View you can paste to all photos selected.

If you click on the three-dot icon in Edit mode you will see your options that also includes [Ctrl+SHIFT+C] to Copy selected Edits.

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Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 11.0.1, Photoshop 23.0.2, Lightroom 5.0, Bridge 12.0, Windows-10.

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