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Mar 08, 2012 07:14 |  #1

Hi,

I have been doing photos for the team that my daughter plays hockey for this year.

So far I have close to 2,000 photos, which I have in 20 different photostreams in Lightroom. I have also uploaded these to Flickr as jpegs.

Someone from the team has asked that I put these photos onto CD's/DVD's and provide them to the team.

How do I do this? I can't seem to find anything within Lightroom that lets me have an option of burning a Photostream onto a disk?

Can this be done either through Lightroom or Flickr?


Thanks


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Mar 08, 2012 09:12 |  #2

General_T wrote in post #14048650 (external link)
Hi,

I have been doing photos for the team that my daughter plays hockey for this year.

So far I have close to 2,000 photos, which I have in 20 different photostreams in Lightroom. I have also uploaded these to Flickr as jpegs.

Someone from the team has asked that I put these photos onto CD's/DVD's and provide them to the team.

How do I do this? I can't seem to find anything within Lightroom that lets me have an option of burning a Photostream onto a disk?

Can this be done either through Lightroom or Flickr?


Thanks

Tony

Does it have to be on CD/DVD? I'd use a flash drive personally. What you could do is tag the photos in LR with a certain keyword, and then make a smart collection that filters by that keyword, that way all the images you want to use for the CD/DVD are on the screen. Export them all to a new folder on your desktop. Boom, done.


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Mar 08, 2012 13:48 |  #3

Hi Aepoc,

I will experiment with that and hopefully get it to work.


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Mar 08, 2012 14:23 |  #4

You're welcome.


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Mar 08, 2012 14:56 |  #5

General_T wrote in post #14048650 (external link)
How do I do this? I can't seem to find anything within Lightroom that lets me have an option of burning a Photostream onto a disk?

From what you stated in your OP. may we assume that you are NOT using Lightrrom 3 or 4.

If you were, I would suggest the following.

  • Create a Publish service to export selected images to Hard Disk.
  • Given the number of images to export (and the capacity of CD/DVD), split the publish service into various (smart) collections.
  • Add the requisite images to the various publish service collections.
  • Publish the images via the service.
  • Use your Operating System software options to burn them to disk.


If not.

  • Use various combinations of numeric and/or colour ratings to split the images into various groups.(Again for CD/DVD capacity reasons)
  • Export the images to hard disk.
  • Use your Operating System software options to burn them to disk
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Mar 08, 2012 15:31 |  #6

Exporting to a CD/DVD is not available in the 64-bit Windows version of Lightroom.

Otherwise, you can do this in Exporting:

http://help.adobe.com …40-A703-0755A5C04878.html (external link)


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Mar 08, 2012 17:14 |  #7

I'm not familiar with Photostream. While LR cannot export directly to DVD in Win 7 64-bit, there is nothing that prevents writing files into a folder, then simply choosing the files in that folder to burn onto a DVD using the inherent Windows 7 Explorer capability.


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Mar 08, 2012 18:48 |  #8

Wilt wrote in post #14052080 (external link)
I'm not familiar with Photostream. While LR cannot export directly to DVD in Win 7 64-bit, there is nothing that prevents writing files into a folder, then simply choosing the files in that folder to burn onto a DVD using the inherent Windows 7 Explorer capability.

Yeah, that's all you gotta do -- it's pretty simple, actually!


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Mar 09, 2012 08:52 |  #9

Hi,

Thanks for all the help.

I am doing the export thing to a folder on my desktop and will burn them from there.

Oh, does it matter about which color option you use during export? (ie sRGB / adobe or ProAdobe?)


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Mar 09, 2012 09:45 as a reply to  @ General_T's post |  #10

Yes.

Use sRGB.


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Mar 09, 2012 10:50 |  #11

DunnoWhen wrote in post #14055887 (external link)
Yes.

Use sRGB.

Ack.

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Mar 09, 2012 13:29 |  #12

Yeah, Tony, for general use sRGB is best because it's "universal". Adobe RGB can be good for some things, like editing for and printing on a printer that can actually produce full results from aRGB, but in general sRGB is "safe" and will look the way you want on the broadest spectrum of monitors, printers, and viewing software.


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