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Adobe Lightroom Classic CC


What is Adobe Lightroom Classic CC?

Lightroom Classic is essentially Lightroom 7 in Adobe’s weird new naming scheme. If you look in the about box, you will see the version number is listed as a 7.0 release. While a numbered upgrade like this is normally a major feature release, Lightroom Classic seems to offer relatively little in terms of new features since the previous version. The main areas are the new masking tools, improved importing and overall performance improvements.  

Overview of Adobe Lightroom Classic CC Benefits

I have mixed feelings about the switch to a subscription-only model. On the one hand, as I need the full Adobe creative suite for my motion graphics work, I’m already paying for it, so the change is not a big deal to me, but on the other hand, I can see why people are pissed off. Adobe has also not done itself any favours in the consumer trust department either with this move, having previously indicated, perhaps a little too vaguely, that a perpetual licence version would continue. That statement lasted only one major release cycle. Now they’re asking us to trust their word again, that the new old classic” version isn’t going anywhere. It’s a “Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice…” or “boy who cried wolf” kind of thing.
If you give the company the benefit of the doubt and decide to accept that they have the best of intentions with the move, then you have to go with the premise behind it, which many hardcore Lightroom fans will happily point out to you: The reason is so that they can update the software more often. Yet, despite that being the official line, there’s little evidence that that is the case in reality. Lightroom Classic isn’t significantly different to the previous version. People have been asking for the import improvements for forever, and even at that, in my opinion, they’re not properly implemented. The only real new feature is the masking tools. The performance improvements are nice, but they’re not significant enough, again, in my opinion, and many of the long-running bugs in Lightroom are still there, plus a few new ones for good measure.  
Throughout the 2015 CC release, there were only a few new features too, despite this being the reason for subscriptions. The biggest of which was the Dehaze functionality, which was released shortly after version 6 was announced, and being cynical again, seemed to be timed just to create a difference to the standalone version. The reason I say that is because there’s no way it was developed, programmed and implemented in the time between when version 6 came out and dehire was added. It seemed like an arbitrary decision to create a distinction between the standalone version and the subscription version. So in a way, it’s good that the standalone licence is gone, because anyone who bought that version, especially in the last 6 months or so, really got a raw deal (pardon the pun).
Moving on, and in an attempt for this not to be a total rant, I wanted to try and evaluate the new features, all two of them, and the improved performance. After all, the improvements to importing and performance were widely requested. Even in these areas, I have to admit, I’m underwhelmed. I could lie about it and just report on some positives so as not to offend anyone, but I’m sorry, I just can’t do that.  


Overall the software does feel faster, but the improvements, for the most part, don’t seem dramatic to me. I guess a lot of it will depend on your system configuration, the size of your library and so on. Startup time is improved, but it can still take a long time if you have a large catalogue spread across multiple drives. Upon launching the software, there is still a wait of several minutes before it becomes usable for me. Not everyone will have this issue. I have a large catalogue with images spread across several hard drives, so mine is probably the worst case scenario for testing. In fact, my performance actually decreased so badly after I upgraded that I ended up having to create a new library and start from scratch. Now, it's faster, but it still takes a while to load up before I can use it, probably longer than any other photo software that I regularly use. 
Browsing in the library module definitely is faster though. Especially now that I have a free catalogue, although that could be partly to do with it. But it’s not nearly as sluggish as it used to be. 
The develop module also feels a little faster, and the graphics card option is no longer detrimental to performance on my system. Previously, I had to turn it off, as it would actually slow the software down, as has been widely reported on Adobe’s own forums and elsewhere. It’s still not massively fast, but there is a noticeable, albeit subtle speed improvement. Having said that, the issue that I previously reported with Sony files still occurs. This seems to happen if you apply a preset to ARW files and then go to make some edits, but it only seems to affect certain setups. I had hoped this would be resolved with the new update but I suspect that it won’t ever be at this stage. (I did previously report this, and they sort of acknowledged this bug when I reported it to them, for what its worth) 

   Download Adobe Lightroom Classic CC

Lightroom Classic CC  Setup here :
Patch / Keygen : 
          patch V2.0    : Link 1 / Link 2
          Patch V.0.91 : Link 1 / Link 2

Updated Links for official trial setup only 
              HERE  64-bit


    - Turn off internet connection. (important)
    - install trial setup of "Adobe CC" (provided)
    - After installation Run After effects (Once) & Close / Exit "it afterwards")- Run > adobe.snr.patch.v2.0-painter.exe (as administrator) and select After effects (Any edition)"
[In case if you are using amtemu.v0.9.1-painter then Enter following data see below according version]
    - Click patch "button" patcher will ask you to locate "amtlib.dll" > go to installation directory & patch "amtlib.dll"
Default installation directory : C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe After Effects CC
Do not update Adobe Photoshop after patching (Block all .exe's) via firewall) > [Recommended]
All done, Enjoy 

Licensing Identifier (LEID) For Custom Activation Of Product

FOR MAC: * > To shorten this guide, I will not include the whole list for Mac. * > All the things remain the same for Mac, EXCEPT you must change the “Win” in Application LEID to Mac Eg: Change V7{}PremierPro-12-Win-GM   To    V7{}PremierPro-12-Mac-GM


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