Hi There, My organisation is in the process of updating our Elements offering from version 11 to version 12.
The software itself (via SCCM 2012 R2) installs fine however we are stopped when launching either Photoshop or Premiere Elements by a required Adobe ID sign in.
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More worried about future support for Photoshop CS6 than raw conversion.
There are many options available for raw conversion.
It's a sad day for owners of Adobe's Creative Suite 6, as the company announces its upcoming Camera Raw 9.1.1 update will be the final version available for the software.
While Cloud subscribers will continue to receive Camera Raw updates, those who license CS6 must either make do with the cameras and lenses supported as of v9.1.1 or use DNG converter for support for Raw files from newer equipment. While DNG converter will make it possible to work with Raw files from cameras not supported by ACR 9.1.1, it will not provide new lens profiles for CS6 users.
This was about Adobe security, not people failing to secure their accounts. You can go to a restaurant or petrol station and get your credit card cloned as well. After some years years I finally have Creative Cloud at work to replace our very old software. And Corel has excellent editing programs, the cheaper being PSP available for the ridiculously cheap USD60 or so. And Serif apparently getting an even more advanced one with Affinity, available for MAC, not Windows yet. And, Corel has a more complex graphic program, that will do photo graphics. PS I don't have Photoninja anymore, gave it to a friend. Thus, ensuring that customers have a choice to stay with CS without losing continued functionality with new cameras etc.
In the interim we changed our work flow away from an Adobe only solution, now Adobe is a tool in that flow. I don't get the 'no alternative' available thing. But from what I remember, there is a setting that you can use to run Photoninja as your Photoshop RAW converter. Online photo editing startup Pic Monkey raises M
I've used CS6 Extended ever since it came out and in Oz here I'm not willing to pay /mth for my one man freelance photographic business just to handle any that Nikon may bring out in the future.
I here there are places in Hong Kong where I travel to a lot that have pirate copies that work without subscription. I didn't like the Photoshop convertion of Canon RAW files when i tried it a long time ago, so I stuck with Canon's DPP for RAW conversions and it just keeps getting better.
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You do NOT have to store your photos online to use Photoshop CC. That was to do with people that stupidly had passwords that other people could guess.