creating a global preset

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1. i've created a new catalogue, imported images and am now in develop.

2. i create a preset, save it as XYZ to 'user presets' and will want to use with this set of images but also in a different catalogue

3. so i create a new catalogue, import a different set of images -- how do i pull up XYZ preset?

I have tried to access it by going to "manage presets" (user presets is selected).

i have gone into preferences/presets and selected and unselected "show partially compatible develop presets"

within preferences/presets, I have checked 'show develop presets' and 'show all other lr presets" but cannot locate XYZ (or the actual preset I've selected.

I suppose I have misconstrued the concepts of a 'preset' in lightroom.

when i create a preset in premiere pro for one video, it's automatically in the presets for the ext project. 

operator error is present. 

please point me somewhere. 

thanks

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 17, 2021 Feb 17, 2021
And what is your preference setting for- If this is checked then your user created presets will only appear in the Catalog where they were created.    

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And what is your preference setting for-

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If this is checked then your user created presets will only appear in the Catalog where they were created.

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.2, Photoshop 22.3, Lightroom 4.2, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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that makes total sense. 

not once in probably 15 different posts or videos did i see or read that. 

i greatly appreciate your quick reply.

 

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