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This plugin allows you to export images from Lightroom directly to your Google Drive account. This plugin works in Lightroom Classic, and older versions as far back as Lightroom 3 , though some features depend on the version of Lightroom. The same download works for both Windows and Mac. See the box to the upper right for the download link in orange and installation instructions. Please see the FAQ and known issues before reporting bugs.
I have chosen to make it available for free — everyone can use it forever, without cost of any kind — but unless registered, its functionality is somewhat reduced after six weeks.
Registration is done via PayPal, and if you choose to register, it costs the minimum 1-cent PayPal fee; any amount you'd like to add beyond PayPal's sliding fees as a gift to me is completely optional, and completely appreciated. It makes for a hassle every couple of years, I know. See this note for details. For details on plugin registration and on how I came into this hobby of Lightroom plugin development, see my Plugin Registration page. I respect your privacy. With one exception mentioned below, the plugin keeps all your Google data between you and Google, and it's never sent to me or anyone else unless you go out of your way to share it e.
If you do choose to send me something, I respect your privacy. The plugin stores your Google data mostly in the Lightroom catalog, and partially in Lightroom's preferences file.
Data may appear in the plugin log file maintained by Lightroom on your system. The log file is cleared out each time Lightroom starts or the plugin is reloaded, and can be manually cleared via Lightroom's plugin manager. The one exception mentioned above is that during the process of authenticating the plugin giving it permission to upload photos on your behalf to your own Google account , technical limitations at Google require the process to momentarily pass through my web site's servers.
The data in this step is used only in furthering Google's authentication process, and is neither logged on my server nor shared with anyone. Added hierarchical options to the Keywords token. Try to work around a Lightroom bug related to photo timezones and how Lightroom handles accessing plugin data. Sometimes Lightroom loses the "Visit At Added the IptcDateTaken token.
Updated the PublishCollectionName token to allow numeric arguments along the lines of the CollectionName token. Added the folowing template tokens: Added a bunch of token filters: Better handle some character-encoding issues related to template tokens.
Added the Newline template token. Enhanced the FolderName token. Added the "only if it has a value" feature to template tokens. Added Weekday, Wday, weekday, and wday to the list of template tokens that my plugins understand. Added "ISODate" to the template tokens that my plugins understand.
Added the following tokens to the template tokens that my plugins understand: There seems to be a bug at Google whereby they ignore the image description at times, so we now check to see whether the description actually used for a photo is the one we sent, and if not, we send it again. It seems so far that they're not ignoring it when we send it alone without the photo the 2nd time. Added the following tokens to the templates that my plugins understand: Try to avoid yet another place where Lightroom gets hung because it can't handle certain kinds of dialogs at the same time.
Updated the Caption part of the dialog to show up to three lines of text, and the full text in the tooltip. Clicking on the example caption in the export dialog now brings up a dialog showing the whole example caption, which is useful to see the full thing when it contains multiple lines.
In the POODLE-vunerability dialog, display a raw URL of a page on my site that discusses the issue, so that folks can be independently sure that the dialog is indeed from me and not malware. Updated the camera-name code to try to guess the actual camera model of Hasselblad H5D files, since in their infinite wisdom Hasselblad decided to encode three distinct models with the same internal code, making it impossible to know for sure what camera produced a given image file.
Added an "Export Location Override" section to the Publishing Manager dialog when editing an existing publish service that allows you to change the Export Location. I don't know why Adobe doesn't let you change it Google seems to have silently changed their API, and this caused the album list to appear empty for most users. I haven't been able to find any documentation on what changed, but have fudged something that seems to be working.
Added new tokens to the template language the plugin understands: You can override those options on a case-by-case basis with the evenIfPrivate filter. Enable a new feature internal to Lr5 for large exports that keeps the CPU from running too far ahead of the upload.
Prior to this, Lightroom would go ahead and peg the CPU to pre-render all the images even if they weren't being uploaded at nearly the same speed. Now Lightroom pauses the behind-the-scenes rendering if it has gotten too far ahead of the upload. Added a bunch of tokens to the preset templates supported: The token-examples dialog had been broken.
Made big updates to the "Export with Smart Previews? Better handle very long user account names, so that the [Logout] button doesn't get cut off of the Export dialog. Added an "Ask" option to the "Export with Smart Previews?
Added the ability in Lr5 to export images even if the master image file is not available, so long as there's a smart preview available. Could you post some screenshots, please explain what the benefit is of using this versus just exporting to your syned G Drive folder? Also why not link to your plugins on the root of your website http: The jpegs are visible in Google Drive in Windows — but seem to become zero byte jpegs as far as the web version is concerned.
It would then create the same folder I am creating on my local drive and then upload all my RAW files to Google Drive. Is this a plugin limitation? Thanks for the report. When I try to publish with the publish service I get the error: Invalid multipart request with 0 mime parts.
After some experimentation I removed the one image to be updated in stead of uploaded and then it worked. Any Idea what could be the cause? Uploading new images works fine, but I am unable to update any existing images.
Being un-able to re-publish sort of defeats the purpose of a publish plugin, at this point I have to export them by hand and manually re-upload them to google drive. This has been a frustrating one, but I might have just figured a workaround, trying the upload via a different method if the first fails. Jeffery, you work is awesome. Thanks for your time. I have used your Collection Publisher previosly to sync some photos to Google Drive.
Works fine, but of course requires me to have a copy of the file on local disk — in the Google Drive folder structure. A little waste of space. So I looked into this publisher instead, which has a direct link to Drive. I have your Google Drive plugin installed on my PC laptop, has been working fine. This was not happening before. How do I make it stop happening? Please see this FAQ —Jeffrey. Will this app work for me if I want to do the following: Use google drive to store my catalog and photos that I use in Lightroom?
Is that what this app does? Sorry in advance for simple minded questions. I am interested if your plugin will allow one to preserve the folder hierarchy in google drive? If not, do you have any suggestions that may be of assistance? The easiest way would be to use my Folder Publisher plugin, which is explicitly designed to preserve the folder hierarchy, to write to your local Google Drive folder. Not directly; Google has not yet released an API that would allow it. I have my photos organized by year and then subfolders by months.
How do I set up the plug-in to create and publish photos that correspond to my Lightroom folders? It probably makes more sense to use my Folder Publisher plugin that just happens to write to your Google Drive folder. I am seeing a possible bug: When I delete the contents of the caption in LR and re-publish, it goes back to using the correct fields. Seems like Caption is stomping on all other fields at publish time.
Indeed, it seems so. Google simply seems to be ignoring the description that the plugin sends. It turns out that if I resend the metadata without the image , it takes it, so I have the plugin do that now. By the way, some of the picture I want to upload has gone in a wrong status: Can you please give an help? Hi Jeffrey, This plug-in seems very interesting for me. However it takes a very long time when I edit settings.
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In the POODLE-vunerability dialog, display a raw URL of a page on my site that discusses the issue, so that folks can be independently sure that the dialog is indeed from me and not malware. Fixed a bug with the 'edit saved credentials' dialog. Is this a plugin limitation? Make the revalidation process smoother, especially for folks using Lr5. Does it happen with a fresh, empty catalog? Selasa, 24 Januari Xilisoft Video Converter 7. I have my photos organized by year and then subfolders by months. Fixed a bug when 'Token Examples' invoked in certain situations. Added new tokens to the template language the plugin understands:
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Yes, if you make another Publish Service and replicate the folder hierarchy inside. Added a bunch of tokens to the preset templates supported: I have the feeling that during all this time the plug-in is scanning my Google Drive folders, but this is just a feeling: Google Photos can automatically display photos added to Google Drive must be enabled under Google Photos settings. A little waste of space. Sorry in advance for simple minded questions. Prior to this, Lightroom would go ahead and peg the CPU to pre-render all the images even if they weren't being uploaded at nearly the same speed. I have chosen to make it available for free — everyone can use it forever, without cost of any kind — but unless registered, its functionality is somewhat reduced after six weeks. It probably makes more sense to use my Folder Publisher plugin that just happens to write to your Google Drive folder.
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Subscribe without commenting E-Mail: You can use basic HTML; be sure to close tags properly. Prior to this, Lightroom would go ahead and peg the CPU to pre-render all the images even if they weren't being uploaded at nearly the same speed. It probably makes more sense to use my Folder Publisher plugin that just happens to write to your Google Drive folder. Kind regards Owen Holmstrom The easiest way to do that is to use my Folder Publisher plugin , targeting a Google Drive folder on your machine. I am seeing a possible bug: The same download works for both Windows and Mac. Please send the log. Website if you have one.