Provide a new feature in Lightroom, which uses the "Auto-Align Layers" algorithm from Photoshop, but on image sequences

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The Auto-Align Layers feature in Photoshop is awesome for aligning images to each other. This feature would be extremely useful in Lightroom to ensure pictures taken with a static are all aligned to each other when shown in a sequence. It would also make cropping multiple images at the same time easier and provide a variety of other benefits that would speed up a lot of workflows significantly.

While I assume it wouldn't be trivial to port this feature to Lightroom, the code for this already exists in Photoshop, as such, the effort required to so is probably less than coming up with this from scratch.
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That was supposed to read "without a tripod", of course.
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Wolfgang Grilz

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The Same for opposite to let Import and convert Lightroom presets in Photoshop or in the Raw Converter in an easy way... not like yet
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Geoff Livingston

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Yes, please, please, please make layers part of Lightroom's functionality. Old school photoshop layers are a pain in the you know what.
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Agreed. Trying to align a set of images in LR should not be as difficult as it is. Even the ability to set a reference overlay would be a start!