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Prepare to streamline your export workflow with the introduction of multi-batch export in Lightroom Classic 9.0!
Have you ever found yourself having to export an image from Lightroom Classic more than once because you need a file for print, web, and/or social media? Check out how to multi-batch export with Lightroom 9.0 in four quick, easy steps!
Here's what you'll need:
Don't have any export presets to choose from yet? No worries!
Click here to learn how to create your own export presets.
➊ Select photos from the Grid view to export.
Check out this helpful article Select photos in the Grid View and the Film Strip
➋ Go to > File > Export
➌ Select your export presets.
➍ Once Lightroom Classic is done, you'll be able to review your files in the folders you saved them too!
Let us know what you think in the comments below. 🙂
It seems interesting, but I suggest to improve this concept and evaluate to add the possibility to scedule the export and create and "export queue" that I can start "later".
Moreover is posible to evaluate and "Export manager" (like the media encoder in Premiere) that receive from lightroom all the export job and I can manage whet start and pause.
This is completely useless - it totally broke my export workflow.
I'm a concert photgrapher and my export is to a new folder for each concert, with customized file names including the artists name.
I have several presets for different resoultions and watermarks.
To use a preset I will have to change the export location to "Choose folder later" - and when doing the actual export I have to create the folder BEFORE I do the export. How cumbersome is that!
And my customized filename is completely ignored, leaving me with just the base filename.
I can no longer use my presets and have to manually configure the export settings every time I want to export something.
Don't you ever test functionality on real users before dumping it out?
Thanks for bringing up the issue.
Can you provide us with the preset to investigate the issue?
I agree. Talk about taking steps backward! Obviously this was not tested by anyone who actually uses export for production.
I tried exporting two different presets of the same pictures to different folders. I get a message saying "preparing to export" which was still on the screen after the export was done. The dialog never disapears. Any solution?
Sorry to hear you're running into this issue. Does this happen with every multi-batch export or intermittently? Does it happen if you try more than two presets? Can you share a screenshot of your preset?