Type:Applications > Windows
Size:615.73 MB
Uploaded:Jun 3rd, 2012
Info Hash:5f2da08d64f73e09c37f5497d8884adda1203de7
LightroomPortable.4.1.Multilingual.32-64bit-PAF picture

Manufacturer: Adobe
Category: Graphics & Pictures
License: $149.00 USD
Writes Settings to: Application Folder
Stealth: Yes (
Portable Format: PAF (
Dependencies: Administrative Rights
Optional Dependency: QuickTime is sometimes necessary to run video. If you
require this; simply install on system and LightroomPortable will detect & use.
System Requirements: Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7 SP1
Test Platform: Windows 7 32/64/Vanilla.

Known Issues: Video and import stop working:

Languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Dutch,
Portuguese (Brazilian), Swedish, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional).

How to Extract: extract to desired location, launch "LightroomPortable" /

Synopsis: i've been working on this release for quite some time.. trying to
get as many features working. Most of the problems were on the 64-bit, but
finally got everything fixed: Publishing Manager no longer freezes, etc.
I mainly use Photoshop but have discovered the benefits of Lightroom. If
you deal with photography, digital images, you want this.. Lightroom provides
more options, higher quality tools, and the results are stunning.

- runs naturally on your computer, as if installed.
- able to use your computer's resources: i.e. RAM, GPU.
- leaves no trash behind.
* most beneficial for minimalists who use strictly portable apps. on their PC.

Note: if you don't need 64-bit, skip it to save yourself bandwidth.


You're welcome luku. ----------------------------------------------- Lightroom64Portable (64-bit Users ONLY) ----------------------------------------------- Update Revision 1.0:

 XxFukenGruvenxXJun 4th, 2012

Hey, FukenGruven; this is great work, thanks, man. I tried the previous version you uploaded and after I made tons of changes to tons of pics, it deleted my catalog; so everything went down the drain. =/ Anyway, this version is looking better. I tried putting your bonus presets where you said, but they're not appearing on Lightroom. And also, where do you recommend I put my own? I ask because I had lots of them (and local adjustment presets) in the previous version but they disappeared along with the catalog. Anyway, thank you so very much for this.

gilpessoaJul 19th, 2012

(Or woman!)

gilpessoaJul 19th, 2012

Ok, I was stupidly just copying the one file to the specified folder when it's an archive. But still, will it be safe, this time, for my catalog and all the presets? Just let me say this again: this is a great download and looks like it's working perfectly and I cannot thank you enough.

gilpessoaJul 19th, 2012

I'm sorry for bothering you again, but the program is still deleting presets and not keeping the catalog correctly. Since you mention that we need to open Lightroom at least once before copying presets into the folder, I think this might be the problem; in each Windows session we have to open it at least once and only then copy the presets into the folder. The first time we open it, it'll delete all the presets. I'm not sure, though. I'm using Vista 32 bits, btw.

gilpessoaJul 20th, 2012