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How to get my LR mobile photos from my old to my new Adobe account?

Community Beginner ,
Nov 29, 2019

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Hello,

 

Recently I switched jobs. I use LR mobile very often. Now I have an other Adobe account because of my new job. Does anyone know how to get the photos from my old Adobe account (with edit-settings) to my new account?

 

Thanks.

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Correct answer by Jao_vdL | Adobe Community Professional

Only way is to download them all when logged onto the old account (select all, export, select file format original+settings) let it download. Log out of the old account and into the new account and import the just downloaded images into the new account. Depeniding on how many images you have this typically needs a lot of harddisk space.

You can also use Adobe's Lightroom account downloader app which is available here: https://lightroom.adobe.com/lightroom-downloader.  This will do the same thing as selecting all and exporting as originals but is much easier to use.

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How to get my LR mobile photos from my old to my new Adobe account?

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Hello,

 

Recently I switched jobs. I use LR mobile very often. Now I have an other Adobe account because of my new job. Does anyone know how to get the photos from my old Adobe account (with edit-settings) to my new account?

 

Thanks.

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Correct answer by Jao_vdL | Adobe Community Professional

Only way is to download them all when logged onto the old account (select all, export, select file format original+settings) let it download. Log out of the old account and into the new account and import the just downloaded images into the new account. Depeniding on how many images you have this typically needs a lot of harddisk space.

You can also use Adobe's Lightroom account downloader app which is available here: https://lightroom.adobe.com/lightroom-downloader.  This will do the same thing as selecting all and exporting as originals but is much easier to use.

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Only way is to download them all when logged onto the old account (select all, export, select file format original+settings) let it download. Log out of the old account and into the new account and import the just downloaded images into the new account. Depeniding on how many images you have this typically needs a lot of harddisk space.

You can also use Adobe's Lightroom account downloader app which is available here: https://lightroom.adobe.com/lightroom-downloader.  This will do the same thing as selecting all and exporting as originals but is much easier to use.

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Dec 09, 2019

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Are the edit settings included this way?

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Dec 09, 2019

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Yes. You should get all the edit settings included in xmp metadata files. Either in separate files or in the case of jpeg, dng, tiff files, etc, inside the files

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Awesome, thnx!

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