2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 11, 2016 7:53 AM by Thierry 45

    enregistrement des modifications sur lightroom cc

    Thierry 45 Level 1

      Bonjour,

      Je cherche une réponse fiable concernant l'enregistrement des modifications.(je travaille en DNG)

      1. Je pense avoir compris que les modifications des métadonnées et de développement sont enregistrées avec le fichier source dans le catalogue. Vrai ou faux?
      2. La question se pose pour le jour (peu probable, ou je résilierai mon abonnement LR). Pour ne pas perdre mes modifs je voudrais qu'elles soient enregistrées avec le fichier d'importation de telle sorte que je puisse ouvrir les photos modifiées avec n'importe quel autre logiciel photo. Comment faire?
      3. La seule solution que j'ai trouvée consiste à marquer les photos auxquelles je tiens (code couleur, par exemple) pour pouvoir les exporter toutes quand je le déciderai en format JPG, TIFF, PPS ou autre.
      4. Quand je coche la case "enregistrer en format XMP" dans gestion du catalogue, j'ai cru comprendre que seules les métadonnées sont enregistrées, pas les modifs de développement. Vrai ou faux? J'ai fait un essai avec ce réglage puis j'ai ouvert une photo (issue du fichier d'importation) avec PS sans passer par LR "modifier dans" aucune modif n'est enregistrée.

      PS je travaille sur Mac avec l'OS Sierra.

      Merci de votre (vos) réponses.

        • 1. Re: enregistrement des modifications sur lightroom cc
          dj_paige Level 9

          WOrking off the translation into English

           

          1. I think I understand that development and metadata changes are saved with the source file in the catalog. True or false?

          The source file (DNG file) is not in the catalog. The source file remains on your hard disk somewhere, in the location you put it, or in the location you instructed Lightroom to put it. Your edits are saved in the catalog file as (essentially) text commands, something like Exposure: +0.5

           

          2. The question for the day (unlikely, or I résilierai my LR subscription). To not lose my mods I want them to be recorded with the import file so that I can open pictures modified with any other photo software. How do I?

           

          You use the Export command, this creates a new file that can be used by any other software, your edits appear as pixels that have been changed from the original. The original file is not changed.

           

          If the issue is simply sending the edited photo to another editor for additional edits, you can right click on the edited photo in Lightroom and select Edit In ...

           

          3. The only solution I found is to mark photos that I care about (color code, for example) to be able to export them all when I say in JPG, TIFF, PPS or other.

          That is the approach, that is how Lightroom was designed.

          4. When I check the checkbox "save XMP format" in the catalog management, I understand that only metadata is recorded, not changes to development. True or false?

          True.

          • 2. Re: enregistrement des modifications sur lightroom cc
            Thierry 45 Level 1

            Hello,

             

            Thanks a lot for your answer. Now, i understand the “mecanic” of LR.

            Have a nice WE

             

            Best regards

             

            Thierry BOURGEOIS

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            Le 11 nov. 2016 à 15:34, dj_paige <forums_noreply@adobe.com> a écrit :

             

            enregistrement des modifications sur lightroom cc

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            WOrking off the translation into English

             

             

            1. I think I understand that development and metadata changes are saved with the source file in the catalog. True or false?

             

            The source file (DNG file) is not in the catalog. The source file remains on your hard disk somewhere, in the location you put it, or in the location you instructed Lightroom to put it. Your edits are saved in the catalog file as (essentially) text commands, something like Exposure: +0.5

             

             

            2. The question for the day (unlikely, or I résilierai my LR subscription). To not lose my mods I want them to be recorded with the import file so that I can open pictures modified with any other photo software. How do I?

             

             

            You use the Export command, this creates a new file that can be used by any other software, your edits appear as pixels that have been changed from the original. The original file is not changed.

             

             

            If the issue is simply sending the edited photo to another editor for additional edits, you can right click on the edited photo in Lightroom and select Edit In ...

             

             

            3. The only solution I found is to mark photos that I care about (color code, for example) to be able to export them all when I say in JPG, TIFF, PPS or other.

             

            That is the approach, that is how Lightroom was designed.

             

            4. When I check the checkbox "save XMP format" in the catalog management, I understand that only metadata is recorded, not changes to development. True or false?

             

            True.

             

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