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You can also download Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic CC provides five different stages from where your photo will go through in order to meet the final outcome. Now easily invert a mask by selecting the Invert Mask option from the three-dot menu.
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Which I did back up on another of my internal hard drives. Hi Roy. You can then install LR on both machines, and when you plug in the external drive, just double-click on the catalog file to open it. There are other options like using Dropbox and junction points, but they get a bit more complicated. In case there are any other dinosaurs out there like me thought you might like to know the LR transfer also works from LR 2.
I have just succesfully completed in a single step a transfer of photos and calalogue etc from PC based LR2 to Mac based LR5 — all without problems. So far at least! Hi, thanks for a VERY helpful article. I just have one question. I have to reset the work MacBook I am using to factory settings and then reload all my personal files back on to it. I have LR on this MacBook which I would have to take off and put back on again, which all seems a bit of a hassle.
But essentially the process is to clear the MacBook of all the work files. Is there a way of not taking the LR package off at all during the reset? I guess not? I use a windows 7 PC for all my Lightroom work and have recently acquired a new laptop to allow me to work remotely also. Can you help please? Just copy over the installation file from your other computer the dmg file or log into your Adobe.
I had no issues until 5. I double click, I select and open, I try transferring again…. Any thoughts? Check the size of the transferred catalog — you might have transferred the default catalog but been using a different one. Victoria, I was arranging my photos in a better hierarchy, and believe I launched 2 conflicting tasks in LR5 tried to move the same files , I was left with 3 situations:. I appreciate your insight on how to resolve. Oh dear, it does sound like LR got in a bit of a tangle.
And where does LR think they should be? Thanks for responding. I then navigated to the folder s they were in. I had deleted my photos backup just prior to the trouble — doh! Next week I will be receiving a new computer with Windows I am intending to get the update to Lightroom 6 and your new FAQ book to go with it!
Do I have to run the update on my old computer and then transfer it to the new one, or is the update a full version that I could just install on the new computer?
Gordon, based on my recent experience…be aware that LR6 requires a bit machine. I had to fight for a refund about 40 minutes because of that. Hopefully, yours is bit. After some digging on the Adobe site, I ultimately found a link to simply download not buy 5. Also, note that you may need to find the SN from your original emailed download receipt, as the SN in LR is not complete missing the last 4 digits.
Just starting the switch to a new computer, how wonderful to have come across this posting! Should help me get through this scary process! Thank you for this post this is what I needed when our laptop crashed and we had to have it reinstalled. Luckily I had everything backed up on two external hard rives.
I have a lot of Lightroom backup folders dating back about 5 years. Do I need to keep all of them or do I just need to keep the newest one? I usually suggest keeping intermittent ones e. My catalog just finished importing but all of is missing.
Can I import it again or will that add everything twice? Hi There. I love your site! I keep my catalog and all of my photos on an external drive formatted NTFS. Will my Mac convert the files for me? Will I be able to continue building that catalogue using LR6 even though it began as a LR3 catalogue?
Do you have any specific suggestions that might help me with this? Thank you very much for your time!! Yep, plugging both drives into your mac and copying them from the NTFS drive to the new external should work fine. And yes, you can install LR6 on the Mac. Is there anyway of moving it to new mac without having to buy it again?!? If you registered your copy with Adobe, it should be listed in your Adobe account on their website.
I have done little work in LR, just cropping some photos and changing the lighting on some, and exported all the results in picture folders. Do I still need to do all the steps you recommend?
I though it might be simpler to re-create a catalog as my photo files will be in the cloud. If you want to start again from scratch, then yes you could just create a new catalog. I was able to transfer everything over to lightroom but my presets, and watermarks… I have the folders but they wont show up.
Where are your folders of presets? I run Lightroom CC on my iMac and suffered a complete hard disc failure. Fortunately managed to get most of my data and all my photos safely retrieved — phew!! However, I am completely stumped in trying to locate and transfer my collections information from the old data. Have you any ideas? Hi Allan, sorry for the delay replying — just back from vacation. Sorry to hear about your iMac. So have you tried simply opening the backup catalog or old lrcat file?
That should do the trick. I currently use Lightroom CC on a Windows 10 PC and keep all my photos in a folder on an external hard drive several hundred thousand images. I would like to copy my photos folder from one external drive to a new external drive to use on the Mac. The new external hard drive is supposed to be compatible with both pc and Mac. My question is can I copy the folder on the external drive Windows PC to the new external drive and use the new external drive on the MacBook?
I want to use the external drive only on the Mac not copy the files to the relatively small hard drive. Will I be able to read and write and have the trash can available on the new external drive? Any advice is greatly appreciated! I have installed LR 5. The desktop computer however has problems and crashes HW-problems so I need to move my license to a new desktop computer. The same procedure is needed for Elements None of them is part of CC.
Up to and including LR 5. Elements 12 usually gets deregistered by uninstalling, but if you run into problems reinstalling, Adobe chat should be able to help. My present PC has a partitioned memory with all the operating system files on C: and all the Data files on D:.
So while most of the saved copies are D: files a few are C: files i. Will this affect how I transfer the files to the iMac? As long as you have all of the files on the external drive, you can copy them to their correct locations on the iMac. For example, the Presets, Camera Raw, etc. Thanks for your reply. I have now, I think, successfully made the transfer — for which your detailed guide was excellent! Ircat-journal and ditto Ircat. They are shown as black squares with exec at top left.
What are these and do they need to be dragged over somewhere? The temporary import data files you can safely delete. The journal and lock file would suggest that LR was open when you copied it. Following on from my last 2 questions, I now have all of my photos on my new iMac in the folders I transferred thanks to your excellent advice.
Now, none of these appear in or can be accessed from Photos in the Dock on the home screen. Is this normal? Or is there a way of accessing them from Photos? What exactly I did to bring this about, I cannot now clearly recall!
The Photos app is completely separate and wraps the files up in its own special format. So the question is there a way to get my photos back to the new Lightroom and recreate a new catalog without loosing my stuff?
Is the old laptop hard drive definitely damaged? Hello thanks for your answer, So just one more question I have the old catalog 6 month old , the photos are since ever on an external disk so so rout structure of the photos did not changed, But I think I added about new photos since the the last catalogue back up, so. Concerning the HD , I did try first thing to connect it as an external drive, the disk shows up as full but does not show any file structure , I will try this weekend with some tools try to recover some data..
Cross fingers…. Hello , hope you are doing well and thanks for your help, Quick question I was able to access part of my old HDD , still not sure if and how much I can recover, what files do I need urgently from Lightroom , it shows me a folder with over 6 gb of data do I need all or are there some specifics which I need and then it can recreate the missing things?
The LR5 one is probably the one you want — the other one may be an additional catalog with a small number of photos, that you might want to merge into the main catalog eventually. You might want to go find your presets too. Or it does not mean anything? I got my old catalog back and running , that said its the old one, and I have lost about fotos in the library , my questions , if I make a copy of the folder which contains all photos , and copy them to an other external drive, could I just go and say import new photos , link to the new external drive with the copy of all my photos which where linked to the lost catalog?
Would Lightroom recognize which photos are allredy in my catalogue and which not, and than just add the nonce which where not linked in the old catalogue? Should this work? The point is the total photo folder is about 80 GB and 20 photos? Should I split by year or month..
So do you think this would work , and what would be your recommendation? Can you easily just add the photos, or are they scattered all over the place? So my idea was to connect the old hd 1GB as well and import fotos from the photo folder of that HD to my library and than link the photos automatically to my catalogue and therefore have my fotos back in the catalogue. I know LR has a feature to check if the photo is already in the catalogue or not , so the idea was to use LR for searching the fotos which are not in the catalogue today.
What do you think? Back up your catalog first. It should only import the new ones. Hello, Have been reading through this from the start. I may have missed something but do you copy the catalogue to the new LR on new laptop and then copy the photo files over, please? Have LR on CC.
In step 4, you transfer the files—the catalog, the photos, preferences and so forth—and place them in the same locations as they were on the old computer. Hi again Victoria, Does it work if you copy the files to the new laptop rather than move them, please? Thanks, Hugh. I see the comments about Publish Services above with Daniel. I have Facebook and Google Plus lists there that I would like to get onto the new computer, but so far no luck.
The Google Plus was done with JF Picasaweb plugin, and that is reinstalled on the new installation with no problem. All other LR catalog items and photos came across successfully also. Just missing the two Publish Services lists. Thanks for this Victoria! I use to have a laptop and my office, now I need to have both in one computer….
You mentioned that lightroom can be loaded onto two computers. Do you know the specifications for the student edition? They can be recovered but I am wondering how to match up my edits with the recovered photos. Lightroom backs up to my main computer and I store my pictures on an external drive. Can you help me get those matched up please? Thank you so very much! I love your website! If they come out with new filenames e.
If they had names from metadata, for example, the date-time filename I often recommend, then it could be automated. I recently had to go to a restore point on my laptop. Fortunately it was only back a day and no new edits. If you ever have to go back to a restore point on that would cause you to lose work — is there a way to take the lightroom backup that I store on external drive and load it?
Very unlikely this will ever happen but the idea of losing hours of work because of having to use a restore setting on laptop is not a happy thought. Yes, you can restore a catalog backup. Hello, Victoria, My apologies if this question has been addressed elsewhere. I successfully moved my iPhoto images directly to an external drive and it seems to work just fine with LR CC on a Mac.
I now have a new MacBook Pro and have downloaded the creative cloud software and my apps including LR. All appears fine on the older computer but not so on the new computer. Can you help? Have you followed all of the instructions above? Hi, Victoria, Thank you for your quick reply. Yes, on the new computer and with the external drive connected, lightroom does not show the drive or any catalog listings when I look under catalog preferences.
Imagine a new Lightroom install that has never been used. No external drive. No photos. No folders. No collections. Everything worked just as you said it would. The old computer still recognizes the external drive, hierarchy, and images just as it always has.
Am I missing something in this thread? Perhaps something with instruction five above? Somehow I was under the impression all I needed to do was plug the Extertal drive-in with light room open and all would be well.. So on your old Mac, you can open the catalog and in the Folders panel, you can see all of the photos on the external drive. Only difference btw the computers is that the username and the accompanying home folder name are different between the computers. Not sure what to do at this point.
I know lightroom was working when I first downloaded and installed it on the new computer… before I copied the catalog and all the other files you mentioned. Any ideas where to start? After stressing about it most of the day today. I finally decided to just take the leap and uninstall, then reinstall. Everything is working perfectly now. All my presets, edits, folders, flags, ratings, plugins… the whole ball of wax.
Urgent help! I have a catalog from a Mac that I need to open on a Windows PC , whilst I can open the catalog, it says all the files are missing and I cannot adjust anything. How do I get this to work? Just moved LR6 between 2 computers and was painless well as painless as it can be given the lack of Adobe support for this thanks to your guide.
I have all data and photos saved on an external hard-drive from my old PC. Any idea how this can be solved? What happens when you try? NTFS formatted drives. Ahem, before I read anything about having to install Lightroom and Photoshop first. I own both licenses for LR and PS. Any quick way out of this? I thought the applications would transfer as well and that I could just open them and register them with my serial numbers on my new iMac. Are you a CC or perpetual user? Hello Victoria, thank you fir your suggestion.
I am a perpetual user. Instead it signed me up as a temporary CS6 Extended user! Once I export the catalog with smart previews, I zip it and Dropbox it to her. When she downloads, she cannot find the catalog file to open, just the preview files. Is this a Mac to PC communication issue? Hello, just found your article. I had LR 4. I recently got back into doing photography again and would like to get it installed on my new computer but i lost the disc to the program and no longer have the laptop.
Will some of these steps still work? And what version would i download? Do you still have your serial number? If so, you can download LR 4. Otherwise, try logging into your Adobe account, as it should be listed there if you registered your copy. Then yes, if you still have your old catalog, the steps above will work. I just want to move my files from laptop to my desktop. I did all editing already in the laptop, got a new computer, and would like to resume my work and editing in my new faster desktop.
Hi Judith. Details are found here:. I ensured that catalogue all file folders were tidy and backed up on PC before taking all files in their folders to iMac. None of the RAW images loaded and not all of the jpegs loaded. I created a new catalogue and was able to import the images afresh but obviously lacking all the side-car metadata and collections etc Any ideas — has my test import of files now prevented me from stepping back to the catalogue that only found a relatively small number of files?
The good news is those can easily rebuild as long as the originals are correctly linked. If you open one of the mystery photos in Loupe, does it show up, or does it show an error message? Hi Victoria, thanks for your response. Hi Victoria, hope you can help me on this one.
My computer died at the weekend. On it I had LR3. My photos are thankfully all on an external HD and copies on a second HD. Luckily I did a LR back up just a few days ago. So now here is my dilemma. So therefore will I be able to open my LR3 backup and still find all of my photos there?
Hope you can help here. Best wishes. Love this thread, thank you! Tired of Apple intruding into everything. I have the creative suite online package. Question — as said earlier, LR could be on two machines. Should I just start a second copy, move everything to the Dell, manage catalogs differently, smaller, etc.???
Thank you so much for your wonderful instructions. I followed your instructions and the upload from Adobe was pretty simple. When it wanted to put the catalogue on my C Drive I redirected it to where it lives on my external hard drive.
ALL of them as imports??? With my old setup, the photos already had been copied into my external hard drive and LR easily accessed them. Where did I goof? Follow the instructions in step 6 to Find Missing Folders. I read somewhere that you should not do anything with the new Mac computer before the transferring of files and photos had been made, no settings etc. Can I use this method and when it is all done download Lightroom CC and other programs and arrange my photo collection?
Or do you think there will be problems?? Do I have to relink all of my photos och will Lightroom find them after installation? So glad to come across this. What would you recommend? LR upgrade first on the PC old and slow then move to Mac? Yeah, the transfer works fine, even from LR1. Either way round is fine. I am in a similar position as the previous LR user and question. I am running a Macbook pro with LR 5.
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