This plugin allows you to export images from Lightroom directly to your ipernity account.
This plugin works in Lightroom 5 and Lightroom 4 (though some features may be missing in older versions of Lightroom).
The same download works for both Windows and Mac. See the box to the upper right for the download link (in orange) and installation instructions.
It supports both Export and Publish.
This plugin is distributed as “donationware”. I have chosen to make it available for free — everyone can use it forever, without cost of any kind — but unless registered, its functionality is somewhat reduced after six weeks.
Registration is done via PayPal, and if you choose to register, it costs the minimum 1-cent PayPal fee; any amount you'd like to add beyond PayPal's sliding fees as a gift to me is completely optional, and completely appreciated.
Note: a Lightroom major upgrade, such as from Lr4 to Lr5, de-registers the plugin in the upgraded version, so if you want to maintain registration, a new ($0.01 if you like) registration code is needed in the upgraded version. It makes for a hassle every couple of years, I know. Sorry. See this note for details.
For details on plugin registration and on how I came into this hobby of Lightroom plugin development, see my Plugin Registration page.
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Adapts to a change in how ipernity returns the list of albums.
Added a new "Location Privacy" section to the Exprt/Publish dialogs.
Updated the location-based tokens in the template language the plugin uses — City, State, Country, Location, Latitude, Longitude — to respect new privacy options in the Export/Publish dialogs, and in the resend-metadata dialog. You can override those options on a case-by-case basis with the evenIfPrivate filter.
Added locationIsPrivate variable to the environment available to the LUA token.
Enable a new feature internal to Lr5 for large exports that keeps the CPU from running too far ahead of the upload. Prior to this, Lightroom would go ahead and peg the CPU to pre-render all the images even if they weren't being uploaded at nearly the same speed. Now Lightroom pauses the behind-the-scenes rendering if it has gotten too far ahead of the upload.
Added a way to set the visibility at ipernity via the star rating.
Gave the Publishing Manager UI some attention on Windows.
Added the “:EMBED” token filter to the template language.
|20130926.10||Oops, fix a bug introduced in the previous update|
Added a bunch of tokens to the preset templates supported: ExportFormat, ExportColorSpace, ExportBitDepth, ExportQuality, ExportSharpeningLevel, ExportSharpeningMedia, IpernityUrl, GoogleDriveUrl, and TumblrUrl.
The token-examples dialog had been broken. Also deprecated Folder and Path tokens in preference to FolderName and FolderPath tokens.
Work around a Lightroom bug concerning the determination of whether a photo is offline.
Better handle very long user account names, so that the [Logout] button doesn't get cut off of the Export dialog.
Removed restrictions on what kind of image format can be uploaded... ipernity can handle most anything, and if not, well, then don't use that format.
Fixed the KW/KWE tables in template tokens; they had been broken when using load for the script.
Made big updates to the "Export with Smart Previews?" section; you can now pick to be asked whether to export via Smart Previews, and can differentiate between when the Smart Previews are "good enough" for an export and when they are not.
Added the ability to associate images (between Lightroom and at ipernity) manually, via "File > Plugin Extras > ipernity Extras".
|20130722.4||Fix for the "can't delete: nil" bug.|
|20130721.3||More random fixes.|
|20130721.2||A republish didn't like it if the photo had been deleted at ipernity.|
|20130721.1||Initial public release.|