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Seems like that might be a very short turn around. The good thing is that you can download and not install.....or install and not import any catalog. So you could get it and experiment with it one image at a time instead of putting your entire catalog(s) at risk.

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Good point...

Did you have the Beta installed and just drop a key in or did you install from scratch?

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It leaves your LR3 catalogs alone when it converts. It just creates a new version of it for LR4. So, I wouldn't say you're putting your catalog at risk. You can always go back to the LR3 one and convert it again when they fix LR4.

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FlyingPhotog wrote in post #14048119external link
Good point...

Did you have the Beta installed and just drop a key in or did you install from scratch?

I never did install the Beta. I tried to put it on my "experimental" computer, but that system runs XP and LR4 no longer supports XP. And, I never got around to installing it on my Win7 machine.

But, the Beta version had a hard-coded time limit. It isn't the same as the final release. You'd have to install the new one fresh.

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I didn't play with the Beta either. I downloaded the release.

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I never did install the Beta. I tried to put it on my "experimental" computer, but that system runs XP and LR4 no longer supports XP. And, I never got around to installing it on my Win7 machine.

But, the Beta version had a hard-coded time limit. It isn't the same as the final release. You'd have to install the new one fresh.


Good to know... I'll go nuke the Beta then and see what's up with a 4.1

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There is a note that if you install the Beta, you have to uninstall it for LR4 to install properly.

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Ok Then...

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Mornin', guys. I bought the release and installed it yesterday. I haven't done anything with it yet except play with one old image. Nothing startling, and no problems. I still have the previous two iterations of LR installed on the computer, so going back shouldn't be a problem, even if I'm just feeling nostalgic.

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I guess you could always buy it and not install it until 4.1 comes out. I'm sure Adobe will fix it. I bought my upgrade through the Educational channel and something went wrong there for sure. Even though I'm the signatory on one of their six figure Education CLP's, I'm having a hard time convincing them I qualify for the Education discount. Go figure. ???

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I will say this about LR4....the RAW converter is vastly improved.

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Timphoto wrote in post #14048535external link
I guess you could always buy it and not install it until 4.1 comes out. I'm sure Adobe will fix it. I bought my upgrade through the Educational channel and something went wrong there for sure. Even though I'm the signatory on one of their six figure Education CLP's, I'm having a hard time convincing them I qualify for the Education discount. Go figure. ???

It's the shifty look in your eye, Tim.

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Woolburr wrote in post #14047965external link
I am having serious doubts about LR4....this is acting weirder and weirder. I have to restart it after every image I edit.

Odd. I installed LR4 yesterday and have been moving over all my scanned pics. So far I have had no issues with it at all. It's been stable and fast. Today I got to get the NIK filter thing ironed out. Those did not come over.

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Nice, Wool.

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