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I'm using LR 6 since some years. Now I want to change to the Creative Cloud Solution 20 GB and have some questions:

Can I use my LR 6 calalogue in LR CC? I don't think so. What should I do with my (old) photos?

Is it possible to work with LR CC without the Cloud? Can I save my files on my HD which is back upped by a storage?

Is LR CC for a desktop the not so extensive version?

Thanks for your help!

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LR 6 to LR CC

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I'm using LR 6 since some years. Now I want to change to the Creative Cloud Solution 20 GB and have some questions:

Can I use my LR 6 calalogue in LR CC? I don't think so. What should I do with my (old) photos?

Is it possible to work with LR CC without the Cloud? Can I save my files on my HD which is back upped by a storage?

Is LR CC for a desktop the not so extensive version?

Thanks for your help!

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It sound like you are confused between Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic. Lightroom Classic is the latest version of the Lightroom you know. Lightroom CC is another application, which stores the images in the cloud.

The Creative Cloud Solution with 20 GB is not a Lightroom CC plan (even if it does include that app, just to test it), but a Lightroom Classic plan. You can simply upgrade your Lightroom 6 catalog by opening it in Lightroom Classic. An upgraded copy of the catalog will be made, so your old catalog will remain untouched. You can work in Lightroom Classic without using the cloud.

If you really want to start using Lightroom CC, then you won't have enough cloud space with the 20 GB solution. You will need to get the Lightroom CC + 1 GB cloud space plan, which does not include Lightroom Classic nor Photoshop.

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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Thanks a lot Johan,

but I can't find a menu item to embed the Lightroom catalog.lrcat to take them all (folders, files, ...) - or is it not possible?

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It sound like you are confused between Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic. Lightroom Classic is the latest version of the Lightroom you know. Lightroom CC is another application, which stores the images in the cloud.

The Creative Cloud Solution with 20 GB is not a Lightroom CC plan (even if it does include that app, just to test it), but a Lightroom Classic plan. You can simply upgrade your Lightroom 6 catalog by opening it in Lightroom Classic. An upgraded copy of the catalog will be made, so your old catalog will remain untouched. You can work in Lightroom Classic without using the cloud.

If you really want to start using Lightroom CC, then you won't have enough cloud space with the 20 GB solution. You will need to get the Lightroom CC + 1 GB cloud space plan, which does not include Lightroom Classic nor Photoshop.

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I don’t understand your question, and I don‘t know which Lightroom you are talking about. What do you mean with ‘embed’ the catalog? And what version of Lightroom? As I explained, there are two different versions...

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OK, I try to understand what happened:

I worked in LR 6.0 and bought and installed the ABO-Version LR + PS + 20 GB. Meanwhile I realized, that my old LR 6.0 was renamed and adapted to LR CC with all my old possibilities. Now, I could work still like in the past, but there is no further update for this Version. Right? OK, If I want to work with my new Version which has the same Name LR CC but another face and is the cloud version and always up to date, I have to add my old photos individual to modify them once more. Afterwards I can save them on my HD. I thought, that I can import my old LR-catalog to have the old folder structure for the workflow. Conclusion for the future with new pictures, I'm adding them at first into a folder on my HD, then, I add them into the ABO-Version, make the workflow and save them on my HD as *.jpg. Is it right? Is it possible now, to deinstall the old LR CC Software? Last perception, I missed all presets, but I can install them again! I found it!

Thanks for your effort for me!

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Rudi

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Install and start Lightroom Classic. It will probably find the old catalog and ask you to convert it. Say yes and you’re done. If it does not automatically find that catalog, then manually open the old catalog in Lightroom Classic. That’s all.

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Thanks a lot!

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Install and start Lightroom Classic. It will probably find the old catalog and ask you to convert it. Say yes and you’re done. If it does not automatically find that catalog, then manually open the old catalog in Lightroom Classic. That’s all.

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