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After exporting this error report populates and states that an internal math error has occurred for 18 of the images. I'm not sure how to fix this. Can someone help me out?
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First, try disabling GPU in the preferences (Preformance). Any better? Exactly what version of your OS would also be helpful. Assuming you really want help from other users.
2nd, this is a User to User forum so your 'rants' towards Adobe are pointless.
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Images are corrupted exporting reporting Math Error, after editing over 600 photos of a wedding......
Exporting to DNG is an option, then create a new Catalog and exporting to JPG is not reporting errors but is killing my workflow...
Copy/paste is still failing
Awaiting for the proper solution
BIG SUR 11,3,1
I am sorry to hear about your issue @paying4sheet.
I have a few questions for you.
No one at Adobe has yet been able to reproduce this issue. We need example files and step by step instructions to try and recreate this issue so the devs can fix it.
Can anyone here provide an image that fails and the steps used to create the error?
Same Issue!! Adobe please fix this bug. I have never had this issue before. What the heck! I was working on 900 photos for a client and this showed up. Same thing would happen when I would copy and paste settings or presets.
A number of people have reported this bug. Please add your constructive opinion to the bug report:
and be sure to click Like and Follow at the bottom of the first post. That will make it a little more likely Adobe will prioritize the fix, and you'll be notified when the bug's status changes. Product developers rarely participate in this forum and won't see your feedback.
Have you found a correction to this issue?
seit einigen Tagen ist es mir nicht mehr möglich bearbeitete Bilder zu exportieren.
Angehängte Meldungen erscheinen.
Neustart hat nicht geholfen. Was kann ich tun?
Vielen Dank vorab.
Google translation: "Edited images cannot be exported. For a few days I have not been able to export edited images. Attached messages appear. Rebooting did not help. What can I do?"
Google translation of first screenshot: "Some exports were not performed. An internal calculation error has occurred.". Second screenshot: "There was a problem reading this photo in lightroom. You cannot make any changes to the photo."
The export error in the first screenshot has been reported by a number of people; the English version is "An internal math error occurred." Adobe has acknowledged the bug:
No workaround has been posted for it, unfortunately. You could try rolling back to an earlier version of LR, e.g. 10.1.1 or 10.0.
The error in the second screenshot, "There was a problem reading this photo in Lightroom", may be unrelated to the first. The photo could be corrupted on disk, or it could have bad file permissions. Upload it to Dropbox or similar and post the sharing link here. We can see if the photo is corrupted or the problem is something else.
Same issue, it's so bizarre and so completely frustrating! I've literally tried everything imaginable for the past two days and thought I was going crazy until finding this thread... thank you all for sharing, and Adobe please fix this bug!
I've been experiencing the same issue, and it's random, which makes it really difficult to figure out. However, the issue/error message does seem to occur when syncing settings or using copy/paste in the Develop module. I uninstalled and reinstalled every recent version of Lightroom Classic, created a new catalog, exported and renamed the files, and imported new files and nothing seems to change or fix the issue – it only (and continues to) glitches and corrupts the files in the develop module. I can export as DNG or JPEG but none of the changes are recorded.
Alguém já teve retorno sobre esse erro?
Google translation: "Has anyone had feedback on this error?"
This bug report is marked "In progress" at the top, which means that Adobe is actively working on it.
I am having this same issue! I am exporting over 800 photos for a wedding, and maddeningly, the 12 best bridal photos are the ones that are reporting the math error! I have tried clearing multiple caches, I have tried updating Lightroom, restarting that and my computer multiple times, I have tried to delete the photos and reupload them to Lightroom and re-edit them, and then I get the same error message on export. Also if I try to zoom in to these photos at 100%, the exposure goes darker. When I click and drag while zoomed in, the photo goes to my edited exposure, then as soon as I let go of the click it goes dark again. And when I zoom back out to 50% or 0%, the photo stays at normal edited exposure. Also, when I am zoomed in to 100% or more, the brush doesn't work.
I edited these 12 photos the exact same way I edited the rest of the 800+ photos. I always use a preset and tweak on top of that.
Macbook Pro 2015
Big Sur 11.3
Lightroom Classic 10.3
Canon R6, R Adapter, Canon 24-70mm 2.4L II
This has been so frustrating -- I can't deliver the photos when the bride needs them because I can't export them! Please fix this! The same thing happened last week with a family session and I couldn't export 4 photos for the same reason.
As a temporary go around, try different export settings. These are not fixes, just ideas that might keep you productive. This is not a new problem. For example:
Since your problem is relatively rare, it is likely that the bug is related to some combination of Export settings.
Do the images in question have Transform adjustments
Any updates on this? I'm going through the exact same thing (for the second time in a month). I have 10 sessions and 4 weddings to edit and I have sessions edited I can't even get out. It's awful.
Same exact thing is happening to me (photoshop error as well).
Any update adobe? Been having this problem for months now.
This is a shame! Adobe simply refuses to understand the problem and expend efforts to fix it. I am really biased towards seeking legal assistance as I am being hampered in my work and getting paid for Adobe's poor service!
@Rikk I am having the same exact problems and have been for a few months now. I am happy to share my raw files and project file for your team to see what exactly is going on. you can reach me at (removed)
Thank you for the offer, tpaulson36. The team was able to replicate the issue last week and have logged a bug. The problem exists Camera Raw as well so we've logged it with them. If they need another file, I will contact you.
This is a shame. The problem has been around for so long and Adobe just doesn't do anything!
While Adobe has responded that they are working on it, you can help. Is there anything unique about those 18 images?
I've tested exports of over a thousand images on Windows 10 and can't recreate the problem.
Have you posted a couple of those images somewhere to enable others to conduct additional tests?
No me deja exportar desde Lightroom, me arroja el error "se ha producido un error matematico interno"
tampoco me deja pasar de Lightroom a Photoshop.