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ACR 13.0.2 I am not able to save a color profile for lightrroom

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Hello,

I hope it is just a simple question but is driving me crazy. I would like to convert some preset in color profile for lightroom.

So following different tutorials I found online it should be relatevely easy. I am opening one RAW photo in ACR, I apply the preset ( I want to convert in profile) but when it comes to save I cannot find the litte icon and use ALT to save the profile.

 ACR 01.PNG

My screen looks like this 

ACR 02.PNG

Has anyone any explanation about how to create Lightroom color profile ?

Tnx in advance !!!

 

Ps. I have PS 22.0.0 -  ACR 13.0.2 - LRC 10.0

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Correct answer by WobertC | Adobe Community Professional

Click on the  [< Back] button to exit OUT of Profile previews,

Click on the Presets icon to open Presets, (or [Shift+P] )

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Hold down the [ALT] key and click on the 'New Preset' icon. (Create 'Profile' dialog opens)

ScreenShot232.jpg

 

 

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ACR 13.0.2 I am not able to save a color profile for lightrroom

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Hello,

I hope it is just a simple question but is driving me crazy. I would like to convert some preset in color profile for lightroom.

So following different tutorials I found online it should be relatevely easy. I am opening one RAW photo in ACR, I apply the preset ( I want to convert in profile) but when it comes to save I cannot find the litte icon and use ALT to save the profile.

 ACR 01.PNG

My screen looks like this 

ACR 02.PNG

Has anyone any explanation about how to create Lightroom color profile ?

Tnx in advance !!!

 

Ps. I have PS 22.0.0 -  ACR 13.0.2 - LRC 10.0

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Correct answer by WobertC | Adobe Community Professional

Click on the  [< Back] button to exit OUT of Profile previews,

Click on the Presets icon to open Presets, (or [Shift+P] )

ScreenShot233.jpg

Hold down the [ALT] key and click on the 'New Preset' icon. (Create 'Profile' dialog opens)

ScreenShot232.jpg

 

 

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Click on the  [< Back] button to exit OUT of Profile previews,

Click on the Presets icon to open Presets, (or [Shift+P] )

ScreenShot233.jpg

Hold down the [ALT] key and click on the 'New Preset' icon. (Create 'Profile' dialog opens)

ScreenShot232.jpg

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0.1, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10 Nikon DSLR.

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