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Enable preset intensity for presets already in Lightroom?

Explorer ,
May 08, 2020

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Hi all,

 

I have seen a lot of tutorials on how to create a new Lightroom develop preset via Adobe camera raw through Photoshop and enable the "intensity" setting for that preset in Lightroom.

 

I am wondering if it is possible to do this for presets already imported into Lightroom? I have about a dozen folders with some free and some purchased presets, most of them as .xmp files and I would like to somehow enable intensity "setting" for these. 

 

Possible or not?

 

Many thanks for replies!

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You are confusing presets and profiles. There is no intensity slider for presets, but 'creative' profiles do have such a slider. Whether or not a custom profile has such a slider is determined by the person who created it.

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Enable preset intensity for presets already in Lightroom?

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Hi all,

 

I have seen a lot of tutorials on how to create a new Lightroom develop preset via Adobe camera raw through Photoshop and enable the "intensity" setting for that preset in Lightroom.

 

I am wondering if it is possible to do this for presets already imported into Lightroom? I have about a dozen folders with some free and some purchased presets, most of them as .xmp files and I would like to somehow enable intensity "setting" for these. 

 

Possible or not?

 

Many thanks for replies!

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Correct answer by JohanElzenga | Adobe Community Professional

You are confusing presets and profiles. There is no intensity slider for presets, but 'creative' profiles do have such a slider. Whether or not a custom profile has such a slider is determined by the person who created it.

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You are confusing presets and profiles. There is no intensity slider for presets, but 'creative' profiles do have such a slider. Whether or not a custom profile has such a slider is determined by the person who created it.

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

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Explorer ,
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Ah, so if they did not, then I cannot recreate it? That's unfortunate 😐 So, no way to "open" the creative profile in Camera raw and "enable" the intensity slider?

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