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110 Points

Thu, Oct 19, 2017 8:22 PM

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Lightroom CC: Missing the functions I used in Classic

Why did you remove almost every useful functions from the new CC Lightroom? 

Ok, it is a could based, but actually it semms just a tool for a selfie making blonde girls, it is not for professional use. 

I would use the cloud and I like the new graphic interface and the speed of the application, but it misses maybe the 3/4 functions what I use in the lightroom classic... Sync settings, changes, Auto sync changes, export options, catalouge options, etc. etc... 

The new version is for me just an early release of an aplha software, which lucks almost everything... 

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Adobe Administrator

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15K Messages

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287.4K Points

3 years ago

Remember, Lightroom CC is 1.0 product.We have missing features in the pipeline for future updates, and brand new stuff on the way. Please please vote for features that have already been submitted, or add a separate topic for each feature you'd like to see included in future updates.

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging

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3.1K Messages

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56.1K Points

3 years ago

So why bother? Keep using Lightroom Classic.

Johan W. Elzenga,

http://www.johanfoto.com

4 Messages

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110 Points

3 years ago

Well, I bother, because I liked the cloud solution and the new graphic interface :( and still, in comparison the performance of the Lightroom, the new CC is like 2-3 times faster than the Classic...

166 Messages

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3.5K Points

3 years ago

And if you like some of it, wait until it has the features that you require before thinking about using it.

It if course may never and that's why it's hard to imagine Classic going anytime soon.

166 Messages

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3.5K Points

3 years ago

You may be a foot in both camps user. It's not recommended by Adobe but may be possible, you just need to do a lot of research regarding all the pitfalls and nuances before trying to see if it's worth it.

Requires getting advice. Would wait for the dust to settle and not rush into things if you ever think of trying it.