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How to export multiple photos from Lightroom to iMovie

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Jun 18, 2020

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Hi!

 

ive been a big Lightroom user for years and with the recent transition from MacBook to iPad I've been editing my photos on the go!  At the end of each trip, I edit my photos and once I'm finished, to want to put them on iMovie 

 

''HOWEVER!!!! I've come across this issue where I have multiple photos clicked, rendered, and ready to be exported to iMovie. So when the exporting is complete,  iMovie shows up, I select the destination, and ONLY 1 PHOTO SHOWS UP!!! Is this a bug or must I have to find a way to get around the situation?!?!?!?

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How to export multiple photos from Lightroom to iMovie

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Hi!

 

ive been a big Lightroom user for years and with the recent transition from MacBook to iPad I've been editing my photos on the go!  At the end of each trip, I edit my photos and once I'm finished, to want to put them on iMovie 

 

''HOWEVER!!!! I've come across this issue where I have multiple photos clicked, rendered, and ready to be exported to iMovie. So when the exporting is complete,  iMovie shows up, I select the destination, and ONLY 1 PHOTO SHOWS UP!!! Is this a bug or must I have to find a way to get around the situation?!?!?!?

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Jun 19, 2020

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I don't think you can export to iMovie like that, because iMovie imports files in a similar way that Lightroom does. That means you have to export the files to an intermediate location (hard drive, camera roll), start iMovie and import them into iMovie manually.

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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