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22 hours ago, Harry Harrison said:

Yes, in theory and hopefully that might be possible for you if you decide to go that way. I was thinking more of what happens to your now updated Lightroom catalogues which include images from your new camera and that are now I think at least 2 process versions beyond your LR 6.14. If you stop paying the subscription then I think the 'Develop' module is disabled so you are just left in effect with 'Library'. If you've kept a copy of your LR 6.14 catalogue(s) then I suppose you can extract your new camera images from the now frozen CC LR catalogue(s) and deal with them in Affinity. I must say that the prospect of having to do that if I fell out of love with CC Lightroom Classic has always put me off opting for the subscription plan.

 

I have been looking at camera RAW support and the 1.8 version seems to support my Sony A7 III but the earlier version 1.6 does not.

 

Do you know which version they are offering at half price? 

 

I have not been able to find it in my searches.

 

Allan

 

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6 minutes ago, Allan Bell said:

 

I have been looking at camera RAW support and the 1.8 version seems to support my Sony A7 III but the earlier version 1.6 does not.

 

Do you know which version they are offering at half price? 

 

I have not been able to find it in my searches.

 

Allan

 

 

I had V1.6.4.104 and got an update to V1.8.5 for free. So I guess you just get the latest. Not sure if an update to 2.0 will be free.

 

wim

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25 minutes ago, Allan Bell said:

Do you know which version they are offering at half price? 

The good thing about Affinity is that you pay your money and then get unlimited updates, hard to get used to coming from Adobe I know. This means that they constantly develop their RAW support to accommodate new cameras. That's quite a feat so one thing to check in your demo is that you like the RAW conversion on your camera files, at least as a starting point.

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31 minutes ago, Allan Bell said:

 

Do you know which version they are offering at half price? 

Just seen Wim's post, yes they might change their policy re. updates but up until now, from the very start, all updates have been free and they've never suggested that they might change that policy. 

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5 hours ago, wiskerke said:

 

I had V1.6.4.104 and got an update to V1.8.5 for free. So I guess you just get the latest. Not sure if an update to 2.0 will be free.

 

wim

 

5 hours ago, Harry Harrison said:

The good thing about Affinity is that you pay your money and then get unlimited updates, hard to get used to coming from Adobe I know. This means that they constantly develop their RAW support to accommodate new cameras. That's quite a feat so one thing to check in your demo is that you like the RAW conversion on your camera files, at least as a starting point.

 

5 hours ago, Harry Harrison said:

Just seen Wim's post, yes they might change their policy re. updates but up until now, from the very start, all updates have been free and they've never suggested that they might change that policy. 

 

 

Thank you for your information gents.

 

Allan

 

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