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Moving Lightroom to a new computer can appear daunting at first, especially if you’re moving cross-platform, but rest assured, it’s straightforward as long as you follow these simple steps. Preparation – set up your folder hierarchy It’s a good idea to make sure that Lightroom’s Folders panel shows a tidy hierarchy before you back up the catalog.You may need relink the files if the relative folder location, or the drive letter for an external drive, changes as a result of the move.
That stores your most crucial settings with the files themselves, which can be useful if you make a mistake, but the files won’t include flags, collections, virtual copy data, stacks and a variety of other information which is only stored in the catalog, so you’ll still need to follow the rest of the instructions to transfer your catalog. Install Lightroom on the new machine Once everything’s safely backed up, we’re ready to set Lightroom up on the new computer.
Double-click on the *.lrcat catalog file to open it, or hold down Ctrl (Windows) / Opt (Mac) to show the Select Catalog dialog when launching Lightroom and navigate to the catalog. Relink any missing files You might find that there are question marks all over the folders or there are icons in the corners of the thumbnails—question marks in LR4, or rectangles with or without exclamation marks in LR5 and later.