Having a similar issue on a Mac running latest OS. LR crashed shortly after initiating an export. I thought I may have had a corrupt catalog, but it happens consistently with every catalog, even with a newly created one. I will try my other Mac to see if this is possibly due to a corrupt installation. Should this be the case, how do I delete all traces of LR so that I can perform a completely fresh installation? I don't want some corrupt settings file persisting through another installation and screwing things up.
Please Disable use of Graphics Processor in Lightroom.
In Lightroom, Go to Edit>>Preferences>>Performance >>Uncheck "Use Graphics Processor"(Windows)
Then try Exporting again
Also where are you trying to export Files?
No such luck! I unchecked the "Use Graphics Processor" but LR still crashes!
Will Adobe be issuing refunds to CC subscribers for this fiasco?
Please try steps below and let us if that helps
- Go to Lightroom > Preferences.
- Click on the General tab
- Uncheck “Show ‘Add Photos’ Screen”
- Restart Lightroom
Our engineering team is actively investigating this issue.
I unchecked the "Show Add Photos" and am still unable to export more without it hanging then having to force quit (on a Mac Pro 2014 OS 10.10.5). My workflow is becoming seriously backed up with a long queue of photos and galleries needed to be uploaded. Will a catalog export to use the previous version of lightroom work so I can export from another machine?
There are many confirmed issues with LR 6.2 - you may try the steps here: Update on Lightroom 2015.2 / Lightroom 6.2 Release
Anyhow, you are best helped if you roll back to 6.1.1 as many users: http://www.lightroomqueen.com/how-do-i-roll-back-to-lightroom-2015-1-1-or-lightroom-6-1-1/
If I uninstall and re-install will I lose develop or export presets?
Read the first comment on the page to the lightroom queen I linked.
Thanks, the rollback was successful.
In the meantime an update to 6.4 is advised .... just in case