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simple batch crop Lightroom CC

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Apr 30, 2019

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I can finally crop RAW files back to full size after importing them from my Canon SL1 / 100D. (They are automatically cropped, annoying)

BUT I can only do one at a time and I have hundreds of images. I shift select all, then change it from as shot to "original". No dice, it only changes one image.

Is there a command to bulk crop in LR CC?

It should be simple.

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simple batch crop Lightroom CC

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Apr 30, 2019

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I can finally crop RAW files back to full size after importing them from my Canon SL1 / 100D. (They are automatically cropped, annoying)

BUT I can only do one at a time and I have hundreds of images. I shift select all, then change it from as shot to "original". No dice, it only changes one image.

Is there a command to bulk crop in LR CC?

It should be simple.

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Adobe Employee ,
May 01, 2019

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Hi レオンマ,

There is no such feature in Lightroom desktop that allows bulk cropping of images. However, we'd love to get this request and feedback submitted officially as a feature request so the engineering team can get this recorded. Could you please post this feedback here:

Lightroom Desktop | Photoshop Family Customer Community

Thanks,

Akash

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Jul 26, 2020

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There absolutely is a way to  batch crop in Lightroom Classic. It's call auto sync! Whatever I change with auto sync on gets applied to all the photos that are selected. This is a huge hamstring for Lightroom CC as it appears I cannot do this and thus is a huge waste of time. If only Adobe would make the sync work so that all of my photos from Lightroom CC mobile would actually show in my work flow on the desktop. To me Lightroom CC seems half baked and I've wasted more time trying to figure out how to do every day routine items from Lightroom Classic than I have actually editing photos. 

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Aug 19, 2020

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Are you serious? So when I have to edit hundreds of photos in Lightroom CC on my computer, there is absolutely 'no way' to apply a specific crop to all my images at once? Please tell me this is not the case. I cannot even save a preset and CHOOSE the crop I want and apply it that way. Nor do I have a way to sync all the selected photos to the same crop. Isn't lightroom suppose to make processing and editing easier? 

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Aug 19, 2020

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There have been a number of updates since 2019 and batch editing is now possible.

Crop your first image

  1. From the menu Click: Photo >> Choose Edit Settings To Copy
  2. In the copy dialog click on the word select and change to modified
  3. Crop is normally checked if that was your only edit but scroll down to ensure no other boxes are checked and then click the “Copy” button (Ctrl+C) – see image below
  4. Select a batch of thumbnails in the grid and press Ctrl+V to paste the same crop setting to each
  5. Wait for sync to complete

BulkCrop.jpg

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