It’s a valid question, and I’m sure one that will cause plenty of anti Creative Cloud-ers to beat the drum of hostility once again.
In case you missed the news, there were two or three new features in the recent new dot-release for Lightroom. If you’re on a traditional license, you’d call this Lightroom 6.1. If you’re a Creative Cloud subscriber, you’d call this Lightroom CC 2015.1. You can read more about the new features in Lightroom here.
As it turns out, there’s more to it than just a push to migrate everyone to the subscription model. Continue reading Why Don’t Lightroom 6 Perpetual Licensees Get The New Features In Lightroom CC 2015.1?
This is likely a fringe case, but some of you may have Creative Cloud licensed software that does not include Adobe Lightroom. How do you get Lightroom to register with a perpetual license even though you have the Creative Cloud utility installed, and the Lightroom trial defaults to a CC subscription?
Consider this scenario:
Maxine has a CC license for Adobe Illustrator on her computer. She recently downloaded the trial for Lightroom 6 (the stand-alone version,) but noticed that after installing it, it was branded as Lightroom CC 2015. Maxine prefers to have a perpetual license for Lightroom rather than a CC subscription. What can she do? Continue reading Mixing CC and Perpetual Software Licenses for Adobe & Lightroom
Last night’s major roll-out of the new Adobe Photoshop CC system (the successor to CS6) included a lot of cool features. One of them is Photoshop’s ability to store application settings to the cloud, and synchronize them across all your computers. Of particular interest to me was the ability to include your custom actions and synchronize them as well. Continue reading Sync Adobe Photoshop CC Settings to the Cloud