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How to Install Preset in Lightroom Classic

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Oct 03, 2020

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Hi,

I've a preset from previus version of Lightroom, now in a new laptop is installed (fresh install) of Adobe CC the last version of Adobe Lightroom Classic (9.4 Release), the version of Lighroom where I feel most confortable using.

But when I go to preference and then preset secction now I have 2 options:

 

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Show Lightroom Develop Preset go to: "C:\Users\XXXXX\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\CameraRaw"

inside I do not found directory to install the presets:

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If I select "Show All other Lightroom Preset" go to: "C:\Users\XXXXX\AppData\Roaming\Adobe" selecting Lightroom Directory:

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but inside are more directories for installation but I'm not sure if is for Classic:

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"How is possible to create a "categories" or something to catalog diferent preset and not are all under User Presets?"

 

LR calls folders of presets "groups". To move a preset into a group, right-click it and do Move. Then you can select an existing group or New Group to make a new one. Once you've created a group, you can drag-and-drop presets into it rather than using the Move command.

 

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How to Install Preset in Lightroom Classic

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Hi,

I've a preset from previus version of Lightroom, now in a new laptop is installed (fresh install) of Adobe CC the last version of Adobe Lightroom Classic (9.4 Release), the version of Lighroom where I feel most confortable using.

But when I go to preference and then preset secction now I have 2 options:

 

el_rengo_0-1601750595624.png

Show Lightroom Develop Preset go to: "C:\Users\XXXXX\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\CameraRaw"

inside I do not found directory to install the presets:

el_rengo_1-1601750720429.png

If I select "Show All other Lightroom Preset" go to: "C:\Users\XXXXX\AppData\Roaming\Adobe" selecting Lightroom Directory:

el_rengo_1-1601751054030.png

but inside are more directories for installation but I'm not sure if is for Classic:

el_rengo_0-1601751025403.png

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Correct answer by johnrellis | Most Valuable Participant

"How is possible to create a "categories" or something to catalog diferent preset and not are all under User Presets?"

 

LR calls folders of presets "groups". To move a preset into a group, right-click it and do Move. Then you can select an existing group or New Group to make a new one. Once you've created a group, you can drag-and-drop presets into it rather than using the Move command.

 

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The easiest and most reliable way to import presets into LR:

 

1. Edit a photo in Develop (necessary, due to a LR bug).

2. In the Presets panel, click "+" and then Import presets in the upper-right corner.

3. Navigate to the presets you want to import.

 

This works for both the current format of presets (.xmp) and the old format from previous versions (.lrtemplate).  Note that due to another bug,  the menu command File > Import Develop Profiles And Presets will import .xmp format presets but not the older .lrtemplate format.

 

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Thanks!!! Works fine! A doubt. How is possible to create a "categories" or something to catalog diferent preset and not are all under User Presets?

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"How is possible to create a "categories" or something to catalog diferent preset and not are all under User Presets?"

 

LR calls folders of presets "groups". To move a preset into a group, right-click it and do Move. Then you can select an existing group or New Group to make a new one. Once you've created a group, you can drag-and-drop presets into it rather than using the Move command.

 

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Thanks Works fine too!

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