Isn't it possible to work with a virtual machine, or a dual boot?Just wondering if there is any software with cloud syncing that doesn't have a perpetual fee. I think this feature is really the one reason why I caved and upgraded from LR6. The only problem I have now, is that my LR doesn't upgrade because I can't upgrade my OS, because then Sibelius (Music Scoring software) stops working. Upgrading Sibelius costs 300€ (education price) or another subscription (not going to happen, I trust adobe way more than the people running Sibelius). My copy of Sibelius is of course roughly 10 years old (or 1200€ in subscription money).
Possible, but a real hassle. I'm waiting for Sibelius to announce M1 support and will likely upgrade to the rumoured 14" MacBook Pro if it comes out and just buy a new version (perpetual licence) even if it costs a lot. I use it for work and can at least deduct from taxes. I think 10 years is a good run for a piece of software and back then I got a special student discount so I only payed 50€. I might even look around at other Notation software, but even though Sibelius has its quirks I only rarely have to google stuff anymore... If Staffpad gets released on Mac and gets some proper layout functions Sibelius might be in trouble though...Isn't it possible to work with a virtual machine, or a dual boot?
You will need to convert the .orf to a .dng (embed the raw). The E-M5 MkIII file is way too new for your very old version of LR and the version of ACR supported by it.Is anyone unable to import Olypmus ORF Raw files into Lightroom version: 4.4  Camera Raw Version 7.4? I'm using a Olympus E-M5-III on body firmware 1.1.
I was able to import an old ORF file created in 2019. (LR was importing ORF in May/June 2020 and now it is saying "file is not recognized by raw format in Lightroom". The other odd thing it stopped trying to import when my Lightroom Source count was 10,000. (there where more I deleted 15 images and it tried to import and gets back to the error "file is not recognized by raw format in Lightroom" again