Lightroom Classic Plug In

Lightroom classic plug in

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Lightroom Classic Plug-in
Installing the Smart Shooter Plugin
Launch Smart Shooter and go to Preferences -> Lightroom
Install Plugin and enable LR connection
If Lightroom Classic is currently open, close and relaunch

In Lightroom Classic go to File -> Plug-in Manager
Enable Smart Shooter Plugin to support tethering with Sony, Nikon. Disable Nikon
Tether Plugin

Please note, if you want to use the native Lightroom Classic tethering for Nikon, do not
disable Nikon Tether Plugin and do not enable the Smart Shooter Plugin. To avoid
tethering communication conflicts only have one tethering plugin enabled at a time

As of 9/1/2020 Canon is not currently supported in the Smart Shooter Plug-in. Full
Canon tethering functionality is available in Smart Shooter tethering software, which is
included as part of the Lightroom Classic Plugin package. Lightroom Classic Plugin
support for Canon is pending an upcoming Adobe update

Begin Tether Session in LR like you normally would with Nikon, Sony or Canon (coming

File -> Start Tethered Capture
Smart Shooter will launch as a service on the Mac toolbar or in the taskbar on

The first time you launch Smart Shooter you will be asked to register. A license code
was provided to you in a separate email at the time of purchase

Begin tethered capture using the Lightroom Classic tether bar or open the full version
of Smart Shooter from the taskbar to access advanced camera controls and features

How are Files handled
When tethering using the Smart Shooter Plugin, all files will reside in the Lightroom
Classic catalog and Lightroom Classic specified designated file structure. The image
files immediately and automatically flow through Smart Shooter and are transferred to
the folder destination designated in Lightroom Classic

If you open the Smart Shooter user interface and work in Smart Shooter, but are
connected to the Lightroom Classic Plugin, the files are handled the same way. The
files will automatically move into the Lightroom Classic Catalog regardless of the folder
path set in the Smart Shooter preferences

When working directly in Smart Shooter, not using the Plugin, image files will reside in
the folder path designated in Smart Shooter (Preferences->Photo Download Directory)

Naming Policies
If you would like to use Lightroom Classic for file naming policies, proceed as you
normally would in a Lightroom Classic tethering session

To utilize the advanced file naming policies, barcoding, multi-camera designations or
other Smart Shooter features, select “Filename” from the drop-down menu. By
selecting “Filename” you are telling Lightroom Classic to use the filename coming out
of Smart Shooter. Smart Shooter has a lot of flexibility and customization in its naming

Working in Lightroom Classic versus Smart
When working in Lightroom Classic, start a normal tethering session by going to File->
Tethered Capture. The Smart Shooter tethering engine will be launched and all images
will flow through Smart Shooter and into Lightroom Classic. You will be able to use all
standard Lightroom tethering features

If you would like to access the advanced Smart Shooter tethering features, launch the
full Smart Shooter program from the Smart Shooter icon in the taskbar. All images will
continue to import directly into the Lightroom Classic Catalog

Switching Cameras versus Multi-Camera
If you have multiple cameras connected to your computer, and working in Lightroom
Classic, you will have access to switch back and forth between those cameras using
the Lightroom Classic tether bar. When a camera is selected you can change its setting
and fire the camera. You can only work with one camera at a time

If you would like to work with all the cameras simultaneously you will need to work
directly in Smart Shooter. In Smart Shooter, you will be able to adjust, maintain and fire
all cameras at the same time. However, with the plugin activated all image file will
continue to import directly into the Lightroom Classic Catalog. For more information on
multi-camera, see the Multi-Camera section

The folder destination designated in Lightroom Classic. If you open the Smart Shooter user interface and work in Smart Shooter, but are connected to the Lightroom Classic Plugin, the …

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do i install the lightroom plugin?

To Install the ShootProof Lightroom Plugin on Windows

  1. Click here (or in your ShootProof account, go to Photos > Tools).
  2. Click Download. A zip file named ShootProof.lrplugin will appear in your computer’s Download folder.
  3. Go to This PC > Downloads
  4. Right-click on the zip file named "ShootProof.lrplugin" and select Extract All.
  5. Open Lightroom, then click File > Plugin Manager
  6. Click "Add” at the bottom left

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How to use plugins in lightroom?

how to add plugins to lightroom. In the menu, select Install Plugins. Then you’ll see a window with the list of available plugins. To install a plugin, click the Install button next to Adobe Lightroom. Then click Done and relaunch the app to apply changes. To install plug-ins, just place the file with the . lrplugin extension inside the Modules folder and launch Lightroom Classic.

How to create publish plugin for lightroom?

Setting Up the Plug-in:

  • Locate the Pixieset Plug-in under the Publish Services tab, and click on Set up ...
  • Log in to your Pixieset Account under the Account section. ...
  • Select Sync Gallery Structure if you would like your Gallery structure from Pixieset to be synced with Lightroom. ...
  • Configure other export settings as needed and click Save.

How to install presets for lightroom classic cc?

How to import presets into lightroom cc classic

  • Extract the ZIP file presets that you downloaded From (
  • Open the Lightroom Classic, go to File > Import Photos & Videos
  • Now import some photos and select any of the imported photos
  • Select the Develop Module on the top right of the screen, on the left side, click on the (+) under the Presets tab and select “Import Presets”

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