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Thu, Jun 7, 2012 5:47 AM

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Lightroom: Edit in Premiere command

In Lightroom (4.1.) also thumpnails of videos are shown. (and can be played)
From within Lightroom you can open a phote in the editor of photoshop elements but not open a video in the editor of Premeire.

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592 Points

8 years ago

I am, still trying to get clarity on this. I was told by somoene it will not work which makes no sense to me.

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8 years ago

I'm switching this to a feature request as the current functionality is as designed, but opening into Premiere would be a great addition.

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592 Points

8 years ago

I have PSE 10 & PRE (photoshop premier elements) 10 installed. Having moved to LR 4.1 because PSE simply does not work with the 30k+ files I have. When I do a Lightroom "edit in" for a image it works fine sending the file to PSE10.
However, when I do a Lightroom "edit in" for videos, the PRE10 shows up but is grayed out. My PC is Win7 64bit, 8gig ram. I had this problem isn RC1 and have reinstalled (wiping all data out) several times. This issue is for all video types and I can manually open PRE 10 and edit the video so there is no file format issue.

Is there anyway to set the external programs for edit in for a video?



This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Lightroom 4.1 RC2 "Edit In" function not sending video to PRE for Video Editing.

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70 Points

8 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Please support video drag-and-drop from Lightroom to Premiere Pro and other Adobe programs.

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90 Points

7 years ago

Drag n Drop workaround with this Plug-In:

https://www.adobeexchange.com/store/p...

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592 Points

7 years ago

Hi Eric, this is great. Thank you. Does it work with photoshop premier elements 12? I have not needed to go to premier pro.

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138 Points

6 months ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Lightroom Classic: Ability to add an External Video Editor.

Please add the ability to add assign an external video editor to Lightroom Classic. Currently, only external photo editors are allowed.

Increasing the video editing abilities (at minimum, to rotate videos) would reduce the need for external editros.