Lightroom :: How To Place Sequential Serial Numbers On Images For Export
Apr 19, 2012
I have a large job for a client who uses antique computers. They are so old that he can't run Lightroom. As a workaround, I posted the images I wanted him to look at on SmugMug and we had a disaster. Their sequencing on screen does not match my "as shot" sorting on my Lightroom (4). Is there a way I can print sequential serial numbers/ids on my images before I upload them to SmugMug so we are always talking about the same image?
I am curently working on a larger projekt, where we have aprox. 4500 pcs.of furnituer designed in 4 different kind of families, generic, furnituer, furnituer systems and specialty equipment. We need to be able to asign every pcs.of funituer a seqventual serial number, we have tried to do this using an extension with a funktion called element positionerning, but we have had no success with this tool, apparently it is taking up to much memory.
I would like to be able to export large numbers of images at a time with the same size, compression, etc. and be able to save these export settings so I can use them again. Does LR have this ability? What is it called?
I am on a project of making 12,500 tickets and so far, I'm at 500 out of 12,500 .. I was just wondering if Photoshop or other Adobe programs can Add Sequential Numbers on a particular area ON a picture,
Example: (this is what i 'm doing, i'm doing it manually, saving it one by one.. and it is taking some time, it's been 2 days already)
and repeat the process again ..
there.. i've tried using recording Action. How to use script, (if i have to use script, can you instruct me on a step-by-step procedure or atleast pinpoint me to a thread that explains it, because the ticket's deadline is on May 4th, and again i have 12,500 tickets to make)
also the way that i print this is first as you can see saving it one by one as .jpeg and selecting 9 of the .jpeg files, right click, then print as wallet size, for it to fit in a 8.5 / 11 paper.. there..
I've been given the task of numbering our blueprint files (.tif format). I need to add around 800 ballooned numbers to each drawing at specific locations. These are just numbers with a circle around it.
Currently, I'm manually adding the number as text and then drawing a circle around it, then the next number, another circle etc.
For a University project I'm animating a custom CAT rig on an elephant; I was wondering if there is a way I can make a set of sequential images, or a video maybe, as the background so that when I scroll through the timeline the background video plays too.
I have just started to try something using video in CS6. I have 82 sequential images and I am trying to string them together as a sort of stop motion film (think the intro to the Monkeys). I have done the following:
1. Opened Bridge and selected all of the images 2. From the tools menu I selected the Photoshop sub-menu and then selected load as separate layers in Photoshop. 3. This (unsurprisingly) opened the files as a single .psd with all the images on different layers - with the newest image being at the bottom. 4. I clicked on Timeline and then selected Create video timeline which put all of the clips into the same 5 second space on my time line. 5. I selected all of the images and then by clicking on the small filmstrip icon I selected "New Video group from clips"
So What I am left with is a sequence of all 82 images but with the following problems.
1. All of the clips are 5 seconds long and I want them to be about 1/10 of a second. 2. For some reason the files in the video clip show the most recent first and the oldest last - I would like them the other way round.
I know that I can select all of the clips and then move the play head to approx 1/10 of a second and split the clips. This works except I have to go through and manually delete the bits I don't want which is tedious enough for a video with 82 images but I am planning on longer projects, doing it manually would be a nightmare. Also I could probably re-order the images manually but I am sure that there must be an easier.
I want to rename images imported from a card into Lightroom 4.4 with a single set of initials followed by a sequence of unique numbers. I would like the number sequence to continue from one import to the next. However, each time I start a new import, Lightroom starts again at 00001. Is there a way to instruct Lightroom to automatically continue the renumbering sequence from one import to the next WITHOUT manually resetting the "start" number each time?
we have a design that we want to fill with 100 pictures. Then we want to be able to replace those pictures with another 100 pictures and so on. The design will have blends and other things applied to it so when the new pictures are input they would have the effects applied.
I was working on a PDF and I successfully exported it back to PDF once, but there was more work that I needed to do to the PDF. When I changed what I wanted and saved again it gave me little boxes with cirlces in between numbers I had added in a text box. I tried to save it as a JPG and that worked. However, I need to save it as a PDF..
Also to clarify. This is what shows up on the exported PDF. This does NOT show up on an exported JPG or on the document when edited in GIMP.
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I'd like to export images from Lightroom 4 with a watermark. It COULD be text, but I want to rotate the watermark 30 degrees. I can't see a way to do that in the watermark editor in Lightroom...
Alternatively, I created the watermark in Photoshop, put in the text, rotated it, and saved it as a jpeg. I can't get a clear background. It appears jpeg doesn't support that. SO, I saved it as a .png (jpg and png appear to be the only two formats supported for a graphic watermark in Lightroom). It looks FINE, except in Photoshop the text is WHITE, which is what I want in Lightroom, but every time I open the .png file in the watermark editor in Lightroom, it comes in with BLACK text...
How do I get a Lightroom export watermark with the text I want in the font I want, angled the way I want?
I've Created a droplet and tested it successfully in Photoshop, then I use this droplet by select it in Post-Processing when I export DNG to TIFF in Lightroom, but there's a problem:
1. If PS is not opened when I'm exporting images in LR, the droplet will work well, i'll get an processed TIFF
2. If PS is opened before I'm exporting images in LR, the droplet won't work, then I get an unprocessed TIFF
Due to Situation 1, if PS is not opened when I'm exporting images and I tried to exported 30 images with droplet, finally I'll get only ONE image successfully processed, because PS was opened when LR export the first image.
I edit an image in Lr5, and it's crips and perfect. But then I export it and it's hazy and out of focus looking. I've tried exporting it as a psd, then opening it in ps and changing it to jpeg....it's a TAD more clear...but nothing like it is in lightroom. All of my settings are set like they "should" be as far as I know. jpeg, 300ppi, quality is at 100... all of that.
Here's a screenshot of what it's doing... (the one on the right is in lightroom and the left is the opened jpeg after I export it)
When I try to export an image without LR adjustments (original or copy) from LR5 to Photoshop CC, I get this message: "Adobe Photoshop CC cannot be opened because of a problem. Check with the developer to make sure Adobe Photoshop CC works with this version of OS X..."
I'm running 10.8.5 on an iMac and have the latest updates of Photoshop CC and LR 5 installed.
Exporting large file sizes. In short I'm trying to export some images for large format printing but am having trouble preparing the right size in LR4.
Specifically I'm trying to produce w 30" x h 20" images. I understand that to do this I'll need a image that is 9000 x 6000 pixels set at 300 ppi. My problem is that when I export this, with the dimensions set to width and height in pixels and resize unchecked LR4 produces an image that is 9000 x 4887?
what i'm doing wrong here? Is it simply that the aspect ratio of image is wrong to produce this size image? My concern is not producing an exact file size for printing.