Lightroon green screen plugin

Lightroom Link
Version 9 for Windows

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is a photo processor and image organizer developed by Adobe Systems for Windows. It allows viewing, organizing and retouching a large number of digital images. Lightroom's edits are non-destructive. However, despite sharing its name with Adobe Photoshop, it is incapable of performing many Photoshop editing functions.

To solve this problem Lightroom lets you export your image to an external editor, in most cases Photoshop. Green Screen Wizard takes advantage of this feature by creating an intermediate program called LightroomLink that accepts the edit request from Lightroom and then either starts Green Screen Wizard or passes a load file request to a running copy of the Wizard. Lightroom can pass an image as a foreground or background. If it is a foreground image then the save button text is changed to "Back to Lightroom". Once a the user has finished working with the file. They click "Back to Lightroom" and the photo with the green removed is shown in Lightroom. The system acts as if it were a Lightroom Green Screen Plugin.

The LightroomLink is free but to use it you must have version 9 of Green Screen Wizard and Lightoom installed on your computer.

To download your free copy of the LightroomLink   CLICK HERE...

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 Using the LightroomLink

To use the LightroomLink start Green Screen Wizard and then start Lightroom.

Use Lightroom to pick the image you want to send to Green Screen Wizard.


Left click the image and choose Edit In.
When you installed the link you gave a name to the foregound link "Use as GSW Foreground"
and you named the background link "Use as GSW Background".
Because this example is a foreground with a green background we will choose Use as GSW foreground.


If Green Screen Wizard is not running it will be started. If it is running the Wizard will be sent the foreground image from Lightroom and Green Screen Wizard should pop up on the screen. At this point you can do anything you want to do to the photo. If it is not a green screen photo, you can select no green screen processing. You may edit the image or use any of the special effects.

When your finished processing the image you can hit the "Back to Lighroom" button.


Once the Back to Lightoom button is pressed you will be returned to lightroom. This image is now in your database so you can use it in any Lightroom process.



  Installing the Lightroom Link


Before you can install the link, you must install Green Screen Wizard Version 9.
If you want to try the free demo of Green Screen Wizard CLICK HERE....

To download your free copy of the LightroomLink   CLICK HERE...

Once the the LightroomLink and Wizard software are installed start Lightroom
Find the Edit Menuand select Preferences

The preferences dialog will appear.
Select the External Editor tab.
Go to the section labeled Additional External Editor and hit the Choose button.


Navigate to your c: drive, then Program Files (x86), then fine GreenScreenWizardPro
There will be 2 exe files. One is called Lightroom2GSWForeground and the other is Lightroom2GSWBackground.
Lets setup the foreground first, so we select Lightroom2GSWForeground.exe.


This is the tricky part. Once you choose Lightroom2GSWForeground next click on the Preset down arrow and you will be given choice to save custom settings as a new preset. Select that option.


That will bring up a dialog to let you enter a name for this editor. You can name it anything you want but we suggest you call it "Use as GSW Foreground"


The final dialog should look like this.
You then repeat the procedure for the Lightroom2GSWBackground link.