How can I merge all stacks to HDR? I already know the Crtl+Shift+H! Auto-stack by capture time still makes me manually merge each photo.

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It's frustrating when I have to go photo to photo AFTER I auto stack by capture time! Is there a feature that would automatically merge the stacks to HDR after autostacking by time that I am missing? If not i'd LOVE to see this feature in lightroom classic...
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Select the top image of a collapsed stack, then choose the 'Photomerge - Merge to HDR' menu. That should work.
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Yes I already know how to do that- but that is time consuming to go to each individual stack & do that- even using the shortcut Crtl+Shift+H starts creating the HDR Right away, But I am wondering if there is a way to eliminate having to go stack by stack- and when you auto stacks by capture time, it also auto merges those stacks to HDR after it creates the stack./ on my real estate shoots I easily have over 50 photos, that is after I stack the AEB photos.
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We are currently looking into a more automatic way of doing merges like this. Stand by!
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Thank you so much- that's EXACTLY was I have been wanting for so long!
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