The Lightroom Plugin allows you to upload your photos and videos directly from Lightroom Classic to Picflow. Keep your work in sync by managing your media inside Lightroom and simply Publish any updates to Picflow.
Already installed? Click here: How to Upload Media from Lightroom
1. Download & Preparation
Download the latest version of the plugin and move the "Picflow.lrplugin" file to a safe location. We recommend saving it somewhere close to your Lightroom Catalog.
2. Installing the Plug-in
To install the plugin we need to launch the Plug-in Manager. To do this, open Lightroom Classic and then select "File → Plug-in Manager...".
Click "Add" on the bottom left of the Plug-in Manager and select the "Picflow.lrplugin" file in the location you saved it. Click "Done" to complete the installation.
3. Plug-in Setup & Connection
In your Lightroom Classic Library, there should be a new Publish Service called "Picflow". Click the "Set Up..." button to open the Publishing Manager.
In the Publishing Manager, click the "Authorize" button. This will open your browser and ask you to log in to Picflow, if you're not logged in already.
Select the workspace you want to connect and click "Connect Lightroom". You will be taken back to Lightroom. Press "Ok" in the popup to confirm the connection. Finally, press "Save" to finish the setup and close the Publishing Manager.
4. You're Done!
The Lightroom Plug-in is now successfully installed and you can create galleries within Lightroom and upload your media to Picflow. To learn more about this, visit:
You can always update the plug-in settings by right-clicking on the Picflow Publish Services and choose "Edit Settings". There are a couple of settings that you can configure in the Lightroom Plugin:
Define the output quality or limit the maximum file size.
Choose from various resizing options before exporting images to Picflow.
You can enable sharpening options on your images.
Include or exclude certain metadata before exporting to Picflow.
The Lightroom Plugin supports connections to multiple Picflow workspaces. To connect to a new workspace, simply "Right-Click" on an existing Picflow connection and then choose "Create Another Publish Service via "Picflow"...". You then have to go through the authorization steps again, where you can choose your new workspace.
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