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P: Publish to Hard Drive in Format Original does not create XMP Sidecars (LR 3.4.1)

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People's Champ ,
Jun 18, 2011 Jun 18, 2011

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LR 3.4.1, Win7 64-Bit:
Publish to Hard Drive in Format "Original" no longer creates XMP sidecar files along with the published originals.

Steps to reproduce:

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  • Create new Catalog
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  • Automatically write Changes into XMP not checked
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  • Import some .cr2 files
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  • Export .cr2 images in format "Original" to an export folder
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  • Create Published Collection, using format "Original" to a publish folder
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  • Drag a couple of images into the Published Collection
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  • Publish the collection
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Actual Result:

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  • Images exported as originals show up with .cr2 and XMP sidecar files in export folder
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  • Images published as originals show up with only .cr2 files (no XMP sidecar files) in published folder
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Expected Result:

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  • Images published as originals should show up with .cr2 and XMP sidecar files in published folder
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The same procedure in LR 3.3 produces Raw and XMP files in both export and published folders.

As I don't have LR 3.4 installed anymore, I cannot try with LR 3.4, but maybe somebody who still has it installed can.

Beat

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Adobe Employee , Mar 24, 2017 Mar 24, 2017
This issue is solved in Lightroom 3.5 and later.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 18, 2011 Jun 18, 2011

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Beat, same on Mac with 3.4.1.
Export as Original from Export Menu includes xmp sidecar.
Publish to HD as original does not include xmp sidecar.
Would think they should have the same result.

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LEGEND ,
Jun 19, 2011 Jun 19, 2011

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Confirmed same behaviour on 3.4 on Win7 64 bit, i.e. no sidecars when publishing CR2 to HD as 'original'.

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People's Champ ,
Jun 19, 2011 Jun 19, 2011

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Thanks for checking, Jim. It would have worried me if the problem was introduced with 3.4.1 vs. 3.4.

Beat

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Adobe Employee ,
Jul 14, 2011 Jul 14, 2011

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Hi Beat,

I have verified this issue and entered it in our bug database.

Thanks,
Ben

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People's Champ ,
Jul 17, 2011 Jul 17, 2011

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Thanks, Ben.

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Mar 24, 2017 Mar 24, 2017

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This issue is solved in Lightroom 3.5 and later.

Senior Product Manager - Customer Advocacy - Digital Imaging

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