Automate file conversion and transformation with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Zapier

Do more with your images using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Zapier. Automate repetitive tasks such as applying Photoshop or Lightroom autotone or presets directly to your images or converting them to different formats.

What is Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Zapier?

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Zapier is a Photoshop-Lightroom-Zapier integration that lets you automate conversion and transformation of your files. This app lets you automatically:

  • Apply autotone to your images 
  • Apply predefined presets
  • Convert your files into different formats

How to get started with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Zapier

To get started, connect your Adobe account with Zapier. 

Ensure that you have a valid Adobe ID. If you don’t have one, you can create an Adobe ID

  1. Open your Zapier account, and go to My Apps.

    Go to My apps

  2. Select Connect a new account, and select Adobe Photoshop Lightroom from the drop-down list.

    Connect a new account

  3. Sign in with your Adobe ID and password.

    Your Adobe account is connected to your Zapier account.

How to create a zap with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Zapier

  1. Open your Zapier account.

  2. In the left sidebar, select Make a Zap

    Click Make a zap

  3. For Choose App & Event, select an app and an event to trigger your zap. Then, select Continue.

    Choose app and event

  4. Next, sign in to your app's account. Then, select Continue.

    Choose an account

  5. Follow the onscreen instructions to add more details about the trigger.

  6. For Choose App & Event, select Adobe Photoshop Lightroom from the list of apps, and pick an action that you want your zap to perform. Then select Continue.

    Choose Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

    You have the following actions to choose from when creating a zap for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Zapier:

    • Apply Autotone: Automatically apply autotone to your files that are placed in a specific location.
    • Apply Presets: Automatically apply presets to your files that are placed in a specific location.
    • Convert file: Convert your files into different formats.
    • Check status of file conversion job: Track status of your converted files using this action.
    • Check status of AutoTone or Presets job: Track status of files set up for autotone or presets.
  7. Sign in to your Adobe account, or choose your Adobe account from the drop-down list, and select Continue.

    Choose your Adobe account

  8. Designate the starting and ending location for your files and presets, as well as the final format for the files. (Options may vary.) Then, select Continue.

    Input File Storage

    Choose input file storage from the list of given options (Adobe, Azure, Dropbox, or External). Select Adobe storage if your file is saved in the Creative Cloud storage. You can also use a custom storage value.

    Input File Location

    Add the input file location. For files that are stored in your Adobe Creative Cloud account, add the file path with /files/. You need a presigned GETURL for files stored outside of your Adobe account. 

    Output File Storage

    Choose an output file storage from the list of given options (Adobe, Azure, Dropbox, or External). Select Adobe storage if you want your file to be saved in your Creative Cloud storage. 

    Output File Location

    Add the output file location where you want the converted files to be present. For files that are stored in your Adobe Creative Cloud account, add the file path with /files/. You need a presigned PUTURL for file located externally. 

    Output File Type

    Select a format of the output file type from the list of given options. 

    Presets File Storage

    Choose a preset file storage from the list of given options (Adobe, Azure, Dropbox, or External). Select Adobe storage if your file is saved in the Creative Cloud storage.

    Presets File Location

    Add the presets file location where you want the converted files to be present. For files that are stored in your Adobe Creative Cloud account, add the file path with /files/. You need a presigned GETURL for files stored outside of your Adobe account. 

    Customize transformation for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

  9. Select the + icon to add some delay to the zap. 

  10. For Choose app & event, select Delay by Zapier and Delay for from the list of available options, and select Continue. Then enter the delay time, and follow the onscreen instructions.

    Select Delay by Zapier

    Note:

    Make sure to always add a delay to your zaps, and to check the status of your presets, autotones, and conversions when setting up zaps. We recommend to select the delay as per your file size.

    File size 

    Delay required

    100 MB

    10 seconds

    500 MB

    20 seconds

    1 GB

    45 seconds

    2 GB

    2 minutes

    4 GB

    8 minutes

  11. Select + to add one of the following actions to your zap to check the status of your request:

    • Check status of file conversion job: Track status of your converted files.
    • Check status of AutoTone or Presets job: Track status of files set up for autotone or presets.
    Check status of file conversion or a job

  12. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the zap.

  13. Enable the toggle button in the upper-right to turn on this zap.

    Turn zap on

    You can set up more zaps to work with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Zapier.

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