5 Replies Latest reply on Oct 15, 2015 2:50 PM by RageKageMedia

    Synced settings do not apply until I scroll over them

    RageKageMedia

      Hi there,

       

      I did some searching on this topic but couldn't find any answers using this wording. So I recently upgraded to Adobe CC and I'm running Lightroom 2015.2.1.

       

      My problems arise when I want to apply develop settings to a batch of time-lapse photos via sync. It appears that Lightroom only applies the sync settings when I scroll to photos previously unedited, as opposed to applying the changes regardless of the scroll bar position.
      So say I am making changes to photo 600 out of 1200; I finish what I want, copy develop settings, cmd-A, sync all settings, give it time to render/apply/work. Regardless of how long I leave Lightroom alone, whenever I jump to say picture 1 to check that the settings have been applied properly, Lightroom acts as if it is only just starting to render this set of photos ( e.g. first 40 in Library Grid mode).

       

      Am I doing something wrong? Is this how sync is designed? Why doesn't it just update all the photos immediately?

       

      Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

       

      Computer specs;

      Mac Pro OSX 10.9.5

      Dual AMD D700's
      64GB RAM
      Quad Core

      1TB internal SSD
      4 TB Hybrid SSD/SATA Raid (where the files are located)