Editing Keywords on Multiple Selected Images?

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Feb 15, 2017

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Hi Gang -

New kid on the block here. How do you edit the keywords on a batch of photos? I usually add keywords in Lightroom and export the photos with them.
Looks like you can only edit the keywords when you have only one image selected.
I am missing something very obvious?

Thanks,
Gabi

Hi Gabi,

You will need to reshuffle the order of keywords individually when you index your files with Lightroom. I recommend you either keyword directly in the contributor portal in order or if you use Adobe Bridge, the keywords will stay in the order you added them.

-Mat

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Editing Keywords on Multiple Selected Images?

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Hi Gang -

New kid on the block here. How do you edit the keywords on a batch of photos? I usually add keywords in Lightroom and export the photos with them.
Looks like you can only edit the keywords when you have only one image selected.
I am missing something very obvious?

Thanks,
Gabi

Hi Gabi,

You will need to reshuffle the order of keywords individually when you index your files with Lightroom. I recommend you either keyword directly in the contributor portal in order or if you use Adobe Bridge, the keywords will stay in the order you added them.

-Mat

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Hi Gabi,

You will need to reshuffle the order of keywords individually when you index your files with Lightroom. I recommend you either keyword directly in the contributor portal in order or if you use Adobe Bridge, the keywords will stay in the order you added them.

-Mat

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Thanks Mat -

Ugh - that's a pain. Is there a way to add a comma delimited keyword file in the portal?

Thanks,Gabi

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You can paste all of your keywords separated by a comma or semi-colon in one keyword box. Once done, hit the tab key and that will distribute them to their own unique box.

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Thanks Mat -

Yes - that helped. Good to know for future uploads.

cheers!

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