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merging different files with same name?

New Here ,
Dec 16, 2023 Dec 16, 2023

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Hi all, hoping there is an easy fix for this problem, cant seem to find an answer, not sure if i am using the right terminology.

I have recently gotten a new laptop after not having one for a period of time,  and have such finally been able to sort and transfer all my full res images from my sd cards into lightroom. 

for the past year or so I have been wirelessly transfering low res images from my sony camera to my phone and editing everything on lightroom on my phone. I have hundreds of edits in lightroom of these low res photos, and I am wondering if there is a way to merge these edits with the full res photos I have imported from my laptop.

They are all the same photos, with the same names, just full resolution straight from the camera. I dumped them into lightroom, and now have thousands of duplicates. I'd rather keep the full res images, so that I can use them for things other than instagram, and would certainly not like to re-edit or copy paste these settings for every photo. 

Much thanks in advance for any help!

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Dec 17, 2023 Dec 17, 2023

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If you are intending to use Lightroom Classic on the laptop, you could look at John Beardsworth's Syncomatic plug-in: https://www.photographers-toolbox.com/products/jbeardsworth/syncomatic/

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