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IOS: Creating DNG Custom Presets will not Apply Effect to Photos

New Here ,
Dec 19, 2021 Dec 19, 2021

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1. Lr Mobile, Version: 7.1.0 8C2E26/68
2. IOS Apple Mobile, Iphone v.15.1
3. When I follow the instructions to create a new preset, I:


- load the DNG image file into LR
- Press the 3 dots in the top corner and select "Create Preset"
- Edit in a name and Preset location, then confirm


The preset is made, but when I go to apply it to any photos, it wont change anything and the image stays and looks exactly the same. No edits are made. However when I press "Copy Settings" and then "Paste Settings" on the DNG img, then apply it to a different one, it works no problem. But having a preset would make things much easier instead of having to do that everytime.


4. Expected result: To create a preset that changes the look of an image.
    Actual result: Preset is created, however does not change the look of an image.

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New Here ,
Dec 19, 2021 Dec 19, 2021

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I forgot to mention that I also have uninstalled Lr Mobile from my iphone 11  and reinstalled from the App store to make sure it was updated.

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Adobe Employee ,
Dec 20, 2021 Dec 20, 2021

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Hi,

If you are indeed only doing these steps:
- load the DNG image file into LR
- Press the 3 dots in the top corner and select "Create Preset"
- Edit in a name and Preset location, then confirm

You will have created a preset without settings, meaning applying it will have no effect.
It should be the same with Copy/paste settings, unless you have any differing edits on the images.

If you are using an image that has been modified, please attach a screen recording for us to verify.
Steps can be hard to follow when written down, since they might miss crucial steps.

Thanks,
Ignacio

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Thanks for the reply, here is me following and reproducing the steps. If I am miss understanding something, can you clarify it for me? I thought I was following Adobes tutorial on how to do it, can you direct me to the place where it shows better instructions?

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