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- No, older versions of Lightroom Classic were neither designed nor tested to work on macOS Catalina. They are not supported in any way for use on macOS Catalina. Adobe does not recommend that customers using old versions of Lightroom Classic upgrade to macOS Catalina. Older versions use 32-bit licensing components and installers.
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I moved to Creative Cloud last year, but there are many people who would rather continue to use the standalone version of Lightroom. Unfortunately, it can sometimes be hard to find. In this short post, I’ll show you where you can still purchase the standalone version of Lightroom so that you can enjoy all the power that Lightroom offers without the monthly commitment.
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Keep in mind that if you decide to go the standalone route, you won’t be able to take advantage of Lightroom mobile. Otherwise, though, the features of the Creative Cloud and standalone versions are identical…at least for the current version.
If you click Buy on the Lightroom page at Adobe, it will take you to the Creative Cloud subscription page. They don’t make it easy to find the standalone option, but it’s still there. To find it, navigate to Menu > All Products which will take you to the Products page. From there, scroll down to find Lightroom and you can select the Full or Upgrade version for your platform.
You can also purchase Lightroom from Amazon for both Windows and the Mac, and it’s available as a download. You can even buy the Lightroom 6 Upgrade for both platforms.
Unless Adobe or Amazon are running a deal, the prices are usually pretty close. Amazon sometimes offers a software or music credit, so check for that, too.
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Which versions of Lightroom Classic are compatible with macOS Catalina?
Lightroom Classic 9.x and Lightroom Classic 8.4.1 work with macOS 10.15 (Catalina) but have these known compatibility issues. You may want to remain on your current version of macOS until these issues have been resolved.
Adobe strongly recommends that customers do their own testing on a non-production partition to ensure that new operating systems work with their current hardware and drivers (printing, and so forth).
If you do encounter issues not already documented here, feel free to report them on our feedback site.
Are legacy or perpetual versions of Lightroom Classic compatible with macOS Catalina?
No, older versions of Lightroom Classic were neither designed nor tested to work on macOS Catalina. They are not supported in any way for use on macOS Catalina.
Adobe does not recommend that customers using old versions of Lightroom Classic upgrade to macOS Catalina.
Older versions use 32-bit licensing components and installers. Therefore, they cannot be installed and activated after upgrading to macOS Catalina. Although upgrading to macOS Catalina with an older version already installed on your computer may allow the app to function in some capacity, you will not be able to reinstall or activate the app after the macOS upgrade.
Before upgrading to macOS Catalina, you may uninstall the older versions as the uninstaller will not work after upgrading. If you have already upgraded to macOS Catalina, you can use the Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool to uninstall older versions.
Adobe has discovered the compatibility issues listed below with running Lightroom Classic 8.4.1 or later with macOS 10.15 (Catalina).
When you try to import photos in Lightroom Classic, you get one of the following issues:
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- Unable to import images from external drive.
- Unable to detect card/camera.
- No progress bar.
You might face these issues if Lightroom Classic does not have permission to access the removable drives. To resolve this issue, navigate to System Preferences > Security and Privacy and make sure that Lightroom Classic has required permissions to access files and folders.
Lightroom is not able to detect Nikon cameras when the camera is turned ON after invoking the Start Tether Capture command.
First, make sure the camera is turned ON. Then, select File > Tethered Capture > Start Tether Capture.
We are working with Nikon to correct this problem.
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Tethering does not work with Canon cameras on the latest update (10.15.2) of macOS Catalina.
Update to macOS Catalina 10.15.3 to resolve this issue.
The Lens Profile Creator is currently 32-bit, but we are investigating updating it to be a 64-bit utility.
Screen Recording dialog appears while trying to pick a color using eyedropper.
When you try to use eyedropper from the color swatch in Graduated Filter or Radial Filter, the System Recording dialog appears to ask for permission.
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This is a one-time dialog asking you to grant access to the application. Once you allow access, you will able to pick color from that application and the dialog will not appear again. However, if you deny access, you will only be able to pick color from within Lightroom Classic.