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As I mentioned yesterday, Adobe has released Lightroom 1.3,
which now includes support for export plugins. Yesterday I described what a
plugin might look like to the user. In preparation for actually being able
to release the plugins that I’ve written, I’ll describe here how to install
A plugin consists of a folder worth of files, with the folder having a
name that ends with “.lrplugin” or “.lrdevpluginin”.
Installing a plugin involves simply moving the plugin folder to a place
where Lightroom will find it, then restarting Lightroom.
The SDK zip’s “Sample Plugins” folder contains a few example plugins,
such as flickr.lrdevplugin. Other plugins offered for download on
the web will likely be offered as individual zip files. Upon downloading,
you’ll want to unzip to create the plugin folder, then move that folder to
the proper spot as described below.