by Julieanne Kost

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Created

January 27, 2012

• When exporting files, in the Metadata section, you can choose to Remove Location Information. Note:  this option is only available when choosing either “All” or “All Except Camera and Camera Raw Information”  as it doesn’t make sense with the other options.

• It is now possible to export images directly to Adobe Revel to be used on your mobile phone or tablet device. Use the “Export To” pull-down menu at the top of the Export dialog.

• Export to DVD is now available on 64-bit Windows machines.

COMMENTS

  • By Nathan Myers - 5:48 AM on January 27, 2012  

    Excellent export to DVD option

  • By Paul Collingridge - 4:27 AM on March 4, 2012  

    Export to DVD in LR4b may be available on 64-Bit machines, but will it work?? The answer is almost certainly “no”. All seems to go fine until the final stage of the burn when the disks are rejected… I tried -R, +R, -RW, +RW, pre-formatted, unformatted, part-started, clean…. every combination on several PCs (Win 7-64Bit, Intel i7, 8Gb RAM, LR4b). All failed. The availability of lossy DNG, taking 20GB of DNGs onto 2x DVD is worth it for backing up a job… but alas, not available to the mortal. Maybe it is a MAC-Only option

    • By Julieanne Kost - 9:01 AM on March 6, 2012  

      Hi Paul, Please post your comment here to see if anyone is having similar issues or has an answer to your question. Thanks!

      http://forums.adobe.com/community/lightroom

  • By Christer Almqvist - 8:48 AM on January 18, 2013  

    I use LR 4.3 and I try to exclude the Export Location Data from the Information attached to the picture file. Unfortunately without success.

    I do not want everybody to be able see from whose computer the file has been sent, but that is now the case as my clear name is part of the Export Location Data. I have checked the Remove Location Information box and checked either either “All” or “All Except Camera and Camera Raw Information” as per your instruction.

    Your help would be very much appreciated.

    Christer Almqvist