It seems I tried LR years ago and it didn't recognize any of my saved metadata, such as description, location, etc.
I just tried a search for such a question and found one unanswered since 2015. I consider this very important, before I try LR again.
I don't want to reenter data of thousands of pictures again, or add to new stuff in LR and then have to do so again in CS6 Bridge.
It is compatible. So what is your specific problem? What exactly are you doing, and what do you think isn't working?
I don't have LR now. I said that I tried it years ago and when I didn't see my metadata that was enter in Bridge (description, location, headline, dates added from scanned slides, etc), I wiped it off. But now my CS6 version doesn't show Nikon Z7 raw files or any metadata, so I was considering a trial of LR again, and wondering how much it recognizes of RAW files that have been cropped, lightened or darkened so they appear thus in Bridge, though nothing is permanent.
Also, I know that if I use Nikon ViewNX-i, I can see the Z7 Raw files, make crops, changes in exposure etc, that are all impermanent, and any such changes are not visible in Bridge, and require doing the same things again to view there.
I know that if I permanently save such modifications as a tiff or jpg file, then it will appear pretty much the same anywhere.
I also don't know understand about Photoshop CC subscription, and if any such changes or addition of metadata remain or exist only in the 'cloud' and disappear or are undone if subscription lapses.
For example, I see that all the Z7 data I entered in Nikon ViewNX-i, such as location, city state, country, is not showing up in Bridge, where there is now a separate folder, where I suppose that data is stored. The date, that the camera actually stored is shown. This is with a few jpeg shot images, as CS6 doesn't recognize the RAW files.
In contrast, I see that my previously shot files with Bridge metadata, such as city, state, description, IS showing up in Nikon ViewNX-i.
So I am wondering about LR.
Bridge changes are visible in Lightroom, and vice versa.
Nothing is stored in the cloud - unless you specifically choose to do so. Your Lightroom metadata and changes are stored in your catalogue, and When a subscription lapses you can continue using Lightroom - you just can't go into Develop to adjust images, or into Map. So you can find files and export them. Photoshop stops working, but you still have files that you created with it. Again, nothing is stuck in the cloud.
I found this old thread looking an answer to my problem.
I saw that most of the metadata are compatible but not the COLOR.
If I do any color clasification in LG I can not see that color in Bridge.
There is anyway to solve this issue? Are you experimenting the same issue or it is just me???
Thank you in advance
At Pwdro, please explain which Lightroom application you are referring to,
Lightroom (cloud-based) present version 6 or
Lightroom Classic present version 12.
Also what is LG you are referring to?
See the link for more info.