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Lightroom edits disappear shortly after editing photos

New Here ,
Dec 23, 2020 Dec 23, 2020

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I have been looking for a few weeks to figure out my current situation but I cannot find anyone with this issue so I decided to post to see if I can get some help. When I edit photos in Lightroom (not classic), eventually a photo or 2 within a batch lose the edits I did. For example. I edited about 35 pictures recently. When I finished I scrolled through all of the pictures to make sure they were completely done and went to export them. Nothing new here. However, upon exporting them I see that a photo was not edited. When this first started taking place about a few weeks ago I figured maybe I was making a mistake. But now its EVERY batch. Usually 1 to 3 photos will not be edited...despite being edited previously. Its like it completely forgets what edits I made and gives me the original back. I don't know how to correct this issue but it is getting VERY frustrating to work on photos and then have to rework a few of them. Any ideas on what I can do. I thought about a full uninstall and reinstall of the programs. As far as in viruses...this computer strictly is for editing...no personal stuff on it from the net. I'm just at a loss here.

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New Here ,
Dec 24, 2020 Dec 24, 2020

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yes it is very frustrating. i believe that you are not alone because there are also same question in the community. hopefully the admin can actually have the appropriate answer

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