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Lightroom Web: Online Editor - Bulk Export Request

LEGEND ,
May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021

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If I’m unable to access my normal workstation, I typically upload my photos to Adobe Cloud and then make on the fly edits using Lightroom via the Web. I then export the photos to either a Dropbox folder or to a thumb drive. 

It would be very beneficial to be able to select multiple photos for export, and be able to save them as a batch all at once rather than having to go through every photo one by one and doing an export.  

Thank you! 

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May 12, 2021 May 12, 2021

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Thanks for the idea. The forum does not automatically apply a "vote" to your post so don't forget to click the green arrow in the upper left.

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May 18, 2021 May 18, 2021

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In the meantime, you can use a fairly simple workaround to get all the selected images downloaded as a batch (full resolution jpegs, quality around 80% I think). 

1. When you have all the images selected, click on the share icon on the blue bar above the grid.

2. That invokes the "ad-hoc share" function (i.e. creating an album share on the fly), so you'll see a small dialog box with the suggested name of the ad-hoc album (just a date, but you can change it if needed). Enable the "Show in albums" box so that you can find it again later when you want to delete it. Click on Save.

3. That opens the new album into the grid with the Share & Invite dialog already open, and the share URL already generated. Select the Settings tab and ensure you enable Downloads and optionally Metadata and Location info.

4. Then click directly on the URL, not the Clipboard icon. That will open the album in a new browser window in the "Viewer mode", i.e. the view that another user/client would see if you sent them to link to the shared album. And in that mode, when you click on the tri-dot icon next to your avatar top right you will see a "Download Photos" option. Clicking on that will download a zipped folder containing full-resolution jpegs of the complete ad-hoc album's contents.

5. When done, delete the ad-hoc album.

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