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AjantaKVS
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« on: November 17, 2007, 02:12:22 AM »
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I am new to LR, and I liked the auto import feature very much and very  useful in my work flow,

But,how about having "Auto Export" feature in LR or is it there already which I missed some how?

What I basically need is after auto importing with some  Develop preset, preset Meta data template, I want to automatically export from this managed folder with all the meta data embedded in the exported file( set in auto import) to some other folder with a custom preset export template.This basically completes auto import,auto process and auto export.

Is it possible in LR? Any help and guidance very much appreciated and thanked.

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« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2007, 05:20:13 AM »
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That feature isn't available, but after you import your images, you could go to Previous Import in the Library panel on the left, select all and press Cmd + Shift + e to Export.
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« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2007, 11:16:06 PM »
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That feature isn't available, but after you import your images, you could go to Previous Import in the Library panel on the left, select all and press Cmd + Shift + e to Export.
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This doesn't serve my purpose, What I am looking for is some sort of "HOT FOLDER"

feature, Exporting any files in the  hot folder (watched folder) automatically with a export preset assigned to that folder, with no manual intervention.

Anyway thanks for one more nice tip

AjantaKVS
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« Reply #3 on: November 19, 2007, 05:34:39 PM »
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After going to Export you can save a custom Preset, in the presets you can
size the image, save as tif or jepg etc... even to a certin folder(s) It's
really just: select your images > Export > Preset (two clicks of the mouse & your done)

\~ cole





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This doesn't serve my purpose, What I am looking for is some sort of "HOT FOLDER"

feature, Exporting any files in the  hot folder (watched folder) automatically with a export preset assigned to that folder, with no manual intervention.

Anyway thanks for one more nice tip

AjantaKVS
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