As a first troubleshooting step, try using Photo > Develop Settings > Copy Settings / Paste Settings. Does that work?
Can I use that for multiple images or do I need to go one by one? As I readed in this forum, the problem is because I own Lihgtroom 6 updated to 7.3.1. but not Lightroom Classic CC...
Can I use that for multiple images or do I need to go one by one?
You can select multiple images for the destination of Paste Settings.
...the problem is because I own Lihgtroom 6 updated to 7.3.1. but not Lightroom Classic CC...
Are you referring to this thread: Re: Syncing Photos in Develop Module ?
So you purchased the perpetual license for LR 6 but you don't have a subscription to LR Classic? Please do Help > System Info and copy and paste the first 10 lines to here.
I don´t know if I´m doing something wrong but the Paste settings option is not available. I can only Copy settings but not paste in another image
Versión de Lightroom Classic: 7.3.1 [ 1167660 ]
Configuración de idioma: es
Sistema operativo: Windows 10 - Home Premium Edition
Arquitectura de la aplicación: x64
Arquitectura del sistema: x64
Cantidad de procesadores lógicos: 12
Velocidad del procesador: 3,1 GHz
Memoria incorporada: 16335,4 MB
That confirms that you have a "confused" installation of LR. You're running LR 7.3.1 with a perpetual one-time license, something that shouldn't exist -- Adobe only sells Creative Cloud subscriptions to LR 7 (Classic). This is the cause of your problems with Sync and Copy/Paste.
Just to double-check before proceeding: Have you paid for a Creative Cloud subscription? Or just the one-time purchase of the perpetual LR 6?
Just paid the one time perpetual LR...what should I do now?
I didn't realize that LR 6 perpetual licenses were still available for sale. I think you have two options:
- Contact whomever you purchased the perpetual license from and ask for a refund. Then purchase a Creative Cloud subscription. Uninstall LR and reinstall the Creative Cloud version (LR 7) using the Creative Cloud Desktop app.
- Uninstall your current LR and reinstall LR 6 by downloading it from here: Download Photoshop Lightroom . You'll get all the new cameras and bug fixes added up through 6.14 in December, but you won't get any of the new features added in the past three years since LR 6.0, including Dehaze and a bunch of other stuff. Also, you won't be able to open your current catalog (which was created by LR 7) using LR 6, so if you're not careful, you could lose all your work since you got LR 7 accidentally stalled. You'll have to select all your photos, do Metadata > Save Metadata To File, and then import them into your LR 6 catalog. (You'll lose stacking, collections, published collections, and books added with LR 7.)