Using Aurora with lightroom

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Oscar,

    To transfer a file from Lightroom Classic CC to Aurora HDR 2019, follow these steps:

    1. Make sure Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic CC is open.
    2. Choose your image(s) in Lightroom Classic CC from the Develop module that you want to work on in Aurora HDR 2019.
    3. Choose File > Export with Preset and choose from one of two options.
      • Open Source Files. This option sends a 16-bit TIFF file from Lightroom to Aurora HDR 2019 and removes any adjustments that were applied in Lightroom first.
      • Edit a Copy with Lightroom adjustments. This option sends a 16-bit TIFF file from Lightroom to Aurora HDR 2019 and includes any adjustments that were made in Lightroom to the transferred file.

    Once you are finished with your edits in Aurora, click Apply and you'll be automatically returned to Lightroom with a new TIFF file containing your edits.

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    Oscar Olsen

    My problem is the APPLY button has dissapeared. i downloaded a new app ....did not solve the problem.

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    Oscar Olsen

    I have a plug in problem. In the Aurora INSTALL PLUG IN pop up I have LIGHTROOM installed displayed. I open Lightroom plug in manager and AURORA 2019 is not on the list. I need to fix this first...  Help

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    Helga Rowles

    Hi Oscar! Do you see Aurora in the list that opens when you right-click on a photo in Lightroom and choose Export?


    If not, please get in touch with our team at skylum.com/support. We'll do our best to fix the issue.

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    Ammy tuner

    Hi, did you get it resolved? I am facing the same issue... and looking for a fix!!

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    Helena Carter

    Hi Ammy,

    Please, reach us via https://skylum.com/support so we could look deeper into the issue.

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    Oscar Olsen
    Problem solved.
     

    It is depressing to not be able to solve even the simple things.

     
    Here is my mistake….In the past I have clicked on EXPORT with presets AURORA 2018. so when I tried to do the same thing with AURORA 2019 I expected to see  "EXPORT with presets AURORA 2019".
     
    Aurora 2019 is not on the list of choices.  BUT AURORA HDR is on the list. Problem solved.!!! how dumb is that.!!!
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