I just switched to Lightroom CC. I can't figure our how to "sync" edits from one photo to other photos. Can anyone tell me how to do this? In Lightroom Classic you just highlighted the photo on the bottom of the screen. You could then sync your edits to the selected photos.
no possible yet....you can copy all settings and paste them to another image but it is one by one right now....hopefully this will change soon...
How do you copy the settings from one photo and paste them to another?
its actually copy/paste (on the mac) or under the edit section...click on the 3 dots....
I just figured it out. I found the copy and paste edit settings. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. Hopefully Adobe will add a batch edit and paste.
Select required picture and then select layer to paste it.
All I can say is the defeatured sync capability sucks. Syncing one by one? Not an improvement, that is for sure.
You have to understand that this new Lightroom CC is more of a prototype of what is to come rather than to be considered as something that has been "de-featured". It is new technology from square one. Anyone who thinks they are upgrading by going from Lightroom Classic CC to Lightroom CC (the NEW Lightroom CC which is cloud based) is clearly disillusioned. It is NOT an upgrade. It is alternative software going in a different direction, and something that will evolve in the coming months and even years. Features that you may have become accustomed to in previous versions of Lightroom "might" eventually be included in this new Lightroom CC. But in the meantime, if you are determined to switch to the new program you will have to be content with what is available. If you really need all of the tools that you have been using in the past then the smart thing to do is to consider using Lightroom Classic CC for the time being and just watch Lightroom CC grow and develop until it reaches a point that you feel that you can really use it the way you want to use it.
Thank you for the information on CC. I'll go back to using classic.