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Migration Flickr to ipernity - www.tobias-bauer


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 Barman58
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Thank you for this ...

If I may add another option in certain specific setups which applied to my own recent switch...

I run all my image processing through Lightroom Classic and so when using Flickr I used Jeffrey Friedl's Export Lightroom Plugin - Jeffrey also has a similar plugin for ipernity so new users who use Lightroom can move the content by setting up a duplicate structure to the Ipernity Plugin to that in the Flickr Plugin drag the content to the new Ipernity setup and publish.

I would suggest that anyone using Lightroom consider the use of this plugin as it allows offline work to the contents of albums online.

The plugin is not free but is donationware, The free version will continue to work with an upload limit after it's initial six week trial, but the minimum donation is only $0.01 US (one Cent), so is not a lot to worry about. The licence does also have to be renewed occasionally with major updates to Lightroom, but at the cost this is a minor issue

regex.info/blog/lightroom-goodies/ipernity
17 months ago.

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