Video 12 – Destination Panel (13:24) You cannot view this unit as you're not logged in yet. Post navigationPrevious post: Video 11 – Apply During Import Panel (5:30)Next post: Video 13 – Importing From A Hard Drive (10:00) 7 thoughts on “Video 12 – Destination Panel (13:24)” CHRISTIAN SOMMEILLIER March 1, 2020 Good afternoon Steve, After one week, here where I am in the workshop; until now, very clear explanations; I learned a lot; sometimes some difficulties to find my way (PC versus MAC); for example, during import processus, in the destination menu, I am unable to have access to a dialog box with a case ”New folder”; instead, when I press + and New folder, I obtain a dialog box with only the possibility of selecting and not creating a folder??? May be, in my case, it’s preferable to create this new folder before importing (Folder + in the left panel). Christian Reply Steve_Perry March 1, 2020 Yes, in that case, just create a new folder outside of Lightroom and select it 🙂 Reply Irv March 8, 2020 Christian I am also a Windows user (Windows 10) and experienced the exact same issue with creating sub folders with the + button. I went down the path of creating the folder outside light room, but I have found it much easier to use the checkbox into Sub-folder this method works perfectly in windows. Irv Reply Steven Nachman March 19, 2020 O MY GOD: I think I finally understand importing now. I have read books, watched videos but never really understood what I was doing. Great job Steve. Reply Steve Simon March 31, 2020 If you use “embedded and sidecar” preview with Nikon cameras…is the preview bigger, smaller or similar size to Standard. Also, I know you will look at Smart Previews in the Develop course but what is the size of the Smart Preview compared to Standard and 1:1? Thanks! Reply Steve_Perry March 31, 2020 It should be bigger – but – remember that Standard is based on your monitor resolution too, so, in theory, it could be close to the same size. Reply Hong Li February 10, 2021 What am i going to do if i already have previous saved files by year? Do I use Add instead of Copy? I have started LR 2 years ago, stopped using because i was so confused with these folders, and not sure where was the good place to save the LR photos. Currently all my LR folders are on the desktop (because i was told computer worked faster this way). But my photos are in my external drive. I have a lot of phots, not necessary good ones. I do want to use my G-drive for the LR photos, not on my desktop. What is a better way to do this? Start a new Cat? New LR photo folder? Then what do I do with the older folders? Reply Leave a Reply to Steven Nachman Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.