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Can't see separate .XMP file for each preset.

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After creating a preset, lightroom cannot create a separate .XMP file for each preset.

 

what is wrong with it??? Help Thanks in advance.

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Can't see separate .XMP file for each preset.

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After creating a preset, lightroom cannot create a separate .XMP file for each preset.

 

what is wrong with it??? Help Thanks in advance.

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First of all, please do not add images as attachment to your post. Embed them by using this: 

Embed screenshot.jpg

I am not sure I understand your problem, and the screenshot does not help a lot either. Presets are .XMP files. Do you mean you tried to create a new preset and it does not show? It's possible that your preset does not show because it is partially compatible for this image, and you have set in the preferences that partial compatible presets should be hidden. A partial compatible preset is a preset that adds things that are specific for raw files, such as a raw profile or white balance settings. Those things are not available if you have chosen a TIFF or JPEG and so the preset cannot be used. Same for a raw profile that is camera-specific. That cannot be used with raw files from another camera.

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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