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How to delete multiple presets in Lightroom? Where is the folder?

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Sep 19, 2019

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Hi guys,

 

I have searched everywhere but could not find an answer so far.

 

I accidentally imported all of my preset folder into lightroom and I have got thousands of presets now which I don't need them and they make my lightroom sooooo slow too. Where is this folder, please?

 

Please do not come back to me saying that appdata/develop presets etc...The folder is empty.

 

And also right click delete option is useless as I have got more than a thousand....

 

I can not find this show preset folder on preferences that everyone is talking about either.

 

Just updated so I am using the latest version.

 

I uninstalled and reisnstalled the program but they all came back. So, it must be somewhere on the cloud.

 

I changed the location of the preset folder hoping that ot would give me an option saying that there is an error so I can delete them. But nope...They are embedded somewhere....

 

Some people are talking about Adobe Raw folder etc but this folder is also empty on appdata folder.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks

Oz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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How to delete multiple presets in Lightroom? Where is the folder?

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Hi guys,

 

I have searched everywhere but could not find an answer so far.

 

I accidentally imported all of my preset folder into lightroom and I have got thousands of presets now which I don't need them and they make my lightroom sooooo slow too. Where is this folder, please?

 

Please do not come back to me saying that appdata/develop presets etc...The folder is empty.

 

And also right click delete option is useless as I have got more than a thousand....

 

I can not find this show preset folder on preferences that everyone is talking about either.

 

Just updated so I am using the latest version.

 

I uninstalled and reisnstalled the program but they all came back. So, it must be somewhere on the cloud.

 

I changed the location of the preset folder hoping that ot would give me an option saying that there is an error so I can delete them. But nope...They are embedded somewhere....

 

Some people are talking about Adobe Raw folder etc but this folder is also empty on appdata folder.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks

Oz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sep 20, 2019

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Which exact version of Lightroom are you using Oz?

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2.4.1 thanks

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Unfortunately, the presets for Lightroom 2.4.1 are stored in the cloud. There is no local folder to go to and delete them, you'll have to do this manually from within Lightroom.

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

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Wow, I hope someone addresses it as it does not make any sense and not practical at all. : (

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