If you are new to Lightroom and if you are using the latest version of Lightroom, you might want to know and understand the Lightroom process versions. In this article, we will talk about the basics and what to expect in process versions in Lightroom.
What are processed versions?
In the previous versions of Lightroom particularly in Lightroom 3 and 4, process versions were not updated appropriately. These process versions in Lightroom have a big effect on how you process RAW and JPEG images in Lightroom. It is very important to understand how these process versions work.
Primarily, there was only one process version being used in the beta, first and second release of Lightroom and upgrading to a higher version doesn’t have any major issues and bugs. This process version is called “Process 2003”.
When Adobe released its 3rd and 4th version, they also upgraded the process version and named it process 2010. This specific version has shown great performance in converting RAW and JPEG images. Moreover, it provides better sharpening and noise reduction adjustments.
Until today, Lightroom’s latest version is linked with a new and upgraded process versions. And because Adobe only wants the best to help its users, they made the processed versions more useful, fast and reliable. Modifying and organizing images in Lightroom have been easier with the latest processed version. Images that were imported and stored in Lightroom’s library-module is now fast compared to the older version.
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As long as you continue to support and use Adobe’s famous post processing tool called Lightroom, I’m sure that the company will also continue to give you the most advanced and useful image processor in the industry.