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#11 gwegner
If you get the "collection" error you can be quite sure, that you have selected a collection instead of the original folder. Just right click on an image and choose "go to folder in library". Then select the whole sequence and export again via LRTExport.

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#12 MindStormPhoto
I have exactly the same error. Have never successfully done a render from Lightroom Classic CC. I am very definitely in the library, and not in the collection (last import). This happens every single time I get to this step, which completely prevents me from letting LRT work.

A screenshot can be seen here -- https://www.dropbox.com/s/g0lzssyel2s3c1...m.png?dl=0
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#13 gwegner
That's indeed strange. Please provide a screenshot of the export dialog, before you hit on export and get that message.
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#14 MindStormPhoto
Aha! You just solved the problem just by asking a question! Smile

I have set up about 3 dozen export scripts in LR, and when I export, I just right-click and choose it out of the long menu. That is what I was doing here too. I did right-click and chose "LRT JPG, 4K" -- and it failed.

When I opened the export dialog to look at it and shoot your requested screenshot, I discovered that the output path was set to a location that no longer exists.  I corrected that path, and then LRT worked flawlessly!

So... the "problem" was really that the error message given was wrong, and led me (and maybe others in this thread with the same error message problem?) to the wrong conclusion.  I would like to request a "bug fix" that checks for that output path existing, and then gives a proper error message, letting the user know what is really the problem (and how to fix it).

Thanks for your help on getting me to look at that dialog!
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#15 gwegner
Glad you sorted it out. From my experience, using the right click direct route does not work with LRTExport. I'd suggest to always use the Export Button and then check the dialog, otherwise you might get other problems also.
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