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190 Points

Wed, Oct 25, 2017 11:07 AM

Lightroom Desktop: Add slideshow

I have installed the new lightroom cc in my windows pc recently, i like the integration between the different platforms.

But either i'm missing something or it is missing. I can'f find a slideshow in the desktop version of this version of lightroom, in the classic and android version it is readily available, but i can't find it in the desktop version. Is this feature missing?

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Champion

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5.8K Messages

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102.2K Points

3 years ago

Correct, slideshow isn't currently in the LRCC desktop app, but I'll change this to a feature request.

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122 Points

2 years ago

It shocks me that Adobe doesn't up and say there's no slideshow in LRCC. All the pretty pictures and tutorials that come up in a search end up being about Lightroom 6 or Lightroom Classic CC or some earlier desktop version. I've wasted way too much time trying to figure out how to reorganize my photos in a Lightroom CC album and can't figure out how to get them into a story-telling slideshow--with or without audio.  

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80 Points

2 years ago

This is a really irritating omission - Frankly it makes the new lightroom useless for a significant chunk of my work pattern and I will be dumping it shortly even if I can find a time consuming "work around"

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122 Points

2 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Lightroom CC (Cloud): Slideshow option is missing.

Request to add the slideshow option in Lightroom CC (Cloud) like the option in Lightroom CC Classic. I have used this option quit often  to create a slideshow and watch this on my television with friends and family.

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100 Points

a year ago

There's still no slideshow facility in Lightroom CC for desktop - unless I'm missing something.  Surely Adobe could add this quite easily!  

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64 Points

7 months ago

The lack of this just bit me.

I created a slide show in LRCC mostly using my iPad and iPhone, but took my laptop to the presentation location intending to show it that way since the video output options from iOS devices are weaker than those of a PC. There on site, I discovered that though the two apps (LRCC for iPad and Mac) share many features, this one is inexplicably missing.

You can blame me for not being prepared if you like. I could have tried it first. I could have had an iPad video adapter FedExed to myself at the last moment. I could have traveled to the presentation center a day early and practiced.

What I want to know is, why are those better options than for Adobe to simply work to achieve feature parity among the platforms using the $$ I send them every month?

I get it when the mobile platforms lack a feature that's in the desktop version, but the reverse? In what universe does that make sense?