Hi! I'm coming from Lightroom and I'm currently trying to find a workable workflow with On1. My Lightroom workflow is like this:
- Import photos from camera
- Mark finished photos with a color label (i use the green color label in Lightroom for this)
- Periodically export all green photos I haven't exported so far to my NAS so I can watch them on the TV or my mobile devices.
I'm struggling to make this work with On1. Importing, culling and editing are straight forward, as is marking stuff with a green label. All works similar to Lightroom (except that editing is a lot more powerful than what lightroom offers). Now to the export. Lightroom has a fantastic thing called "publish services" where you can basically create a filter and then publish everything that matches this filter to a destination (e.g. some online service or simply a folder structure). The really neat thing is, is that publish services keep track of what was already published and what was not. They also recognize if you edited a picture after you have published it and will re-publish it.
This is extremely comfortable for me, as I can just edit my photos,click a single button (literally 1 click) and all green photos I have added or modified are re-exported to the folder structure on my NAS. With On1 so far I have only seen single exports or batch exports where I have to select the files I want to export. Is there some way to get this export step automated?
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