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19 Messages

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676 Points

Mon, Jun 10, 2019 11:06 AM

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Lightroom Desktop: Add 'JPEG' to Filter criteria

A lot of cameras allow photographers to shoot both RAW and JPEG at the same time. So please add 'JPEG' to the type criteria in the filter panel to easily select the type of pictures to work on.

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15 Messages

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352 Points

2 years ago

You can just type "jpg" in the text field to filter on your jpg files. Takes 2 seconds.

19 Messages

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676 Points

You can type 'raw' as well...
So why providing a popup menu with the two predefined types 'Raw' and 'Image' ?

63 Messages

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1.1K Points

2 years ago

Works like a charm, you can also enter other types e.g. your raw file type.

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496 Messages

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9K Points

2 years ago

That's fine when the system is online, but searches won't work when offline. Filters work locally, however, so I would support the request to add other file-types (Jpeg, Tiff, PSD) to the existing Filter>Type options.

19 Messages

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676 Points

Indeed, but in my case, I use LR CC on desktop (so online) 80% of my time, especially to support my workflow. iOS app usage is just for the consultation of image base.

63 Messages

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1.1K Points

2 years ago

I've just noticed that there is actually a "Type" option in filters where you can choose things like Image, Video, HDR, Panorama and, yes, Raw. Works great!