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6 Messages

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512 Points

Wed, Nov 1, 2017 1:11 PM

Implemented

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Lightroom mobile: Add support for video files on Android

Lightroom CC on Windows supports video files, at least for visualization and upload on cloud.
Please provide at least the same support on the Android App.
It is quite pointless to upload ONLY the pictures from the mobile phone and not the video

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Official Solution

Adobe Administrator

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8.2K Messages

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117.4K Points

a year ago

Import and playback of videos is part of the new Lightroom Android 4.4 release. 
 

Adobe Photography Products

Quality Engineering - Customer Advocacy

25 Messages

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496 Points

3 years ago

agreed.

4 Messages

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152 Points

3 years ago

Yes please. I don't even care for feature complete of viewing. Just let me upload is a great start so i can see it on other device.

25 Messages

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496 Points

3 years ago

Agreed

25 Messages

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496 Points

3 years ago

Here's another post about this concept: https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/lightroom-mobile-video-import

Is Adobe listening?

2 Messages

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110 Points

3 years ago

Yes I was 100% sold on the idea of paying £10 a month for Lightroom CC and the 1TB cloud storage until I discovered that all of my Galaxy S8 albums I spent a long time carefully uploading did not include the videos. The service doesn't work for me until it can upload both from mobile.

4 Messages

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110 Points

3 years ago

Yes it not work long time. if you use android chrome goto lightroom.adobe.com you can see a video upload form PC.?? Adobe android team all need to fire. Please said sorry to android. They lose a customer. I will go back to ios

25 Messages

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496 Points

3 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Lightroom mobile: Android Video Import and Upload.

As you Android users know, the LR CC Mobile doesn't import or upload videos to LR CC.

I found this one thread which requests this feature for Android: 
https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/topics/add-support-for-video-files-on-lightroom-cc-f...

  1. Any other threads that request this feature?
  2. Until video import and upload for android is added to LR CC Mobile, does anyone know methods for getting Android videos into LR?
Marc

4 Messages

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152 Points

Yes. You need to use the web app (any browser should be ok, like Chrome). https://lightroom.adobe.com/libraries

1 Message

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82 Points

2 years ago

Please add video support to android. It is very limiting. 

1 Message

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82 Points

2 years ago

This is essential functionality. It feels like a bug when only a portion of your mobile album is available in lightroom.

3 Messages

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144 Points

2 years ago

This is so sad. There should be a huge warning that videos are not backed up from Android app. For over a month, I thought my videos were backed up until I just discovered they were not... Just horrible!

4 Messages

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266 Points

2 years ago

This is getting pretty ridiculous by now. Why is it so hard to add uploading and syncing for video to the Android app.

And videos I upload with the desktop app are not even shown on Android. So the count of media files always differs between desktop/web and Android.

Pretty lame for 12 € a month!

13 Messages

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390 Points

Yes that is extremely confusing & annoying. I agree that it should be technically very simple to implement that. Maybe they fear the consumption of storage (that we all pay for atm). 

1 Message

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104 Points

2 years ago

I assumed this functionality existed. It's surprising & disappointing it doesn't. This undercuts much of the value of automated imports from LR Mobile to LR / LRCC.

Please address this.

2 Messages

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82 Points

a year ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Import and view video files on my android device.

When will this function be possible for android

2 Messages

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116 Points

a year ago

I just purged few videos from my mobile assuming they were autosynced to the cloud. So wrong.