Export Multiple Effects Presets (to a Different Workstation).

Explorer ,
May 03, 2022 May 03, 2022

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So, I have some Premiere projects that were started on a macOS computer, but need to finish creating them on my new Windows 11 workstation.

 

Over the course of working on the projects on the Mac, I created many effects presets, especially for color grading with Lumetri color. All these presets are accessible in the Effects panel and they’re essential to my workflow.

 

But, when I moved the same projects to my new workstation, the effects presets did not move with the files. So, now, I need to somehow transfer the presets to the new computer. However, Premiere in macOS won’t allow me to export more than one preset at at time. That’s certainly not practical when there are around a hundred or so presets to move.

 

How can I move all these presets as a group to my new workstation?

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Engaged , May 03, 2022 May 03, 2022
@The Mavo  I'm going a bit off of memory here, but I believe if you select multiple effects presets at once (with CTRL/CMD) and "Export Presets", it will in fact only make one .PRFPRESET file, however that one file will contain all of the presets you selected for export. When you "Import Presets" and select that file, all of the presets included in that PRFPRESET will be placed into your Effects panel.

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Engaged ,
May 03, 2022 May 03, 2022

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@The Mavo 

 

I'm going a bit off of memory here, but I believe if you select multiple effects presets at once (with CTRL/CMD) and "Export Presets", it will in fact only make one .PRFPRESET file, however that one file will contain all of the presets you selected for export.

 

When you "Import Presets" and select that file, all of the presets included in that PRFPRESET will be placed into your Effects panel.

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May 07, 2022 May 07, 2022

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Thanks, ah.photo. That did the trick.

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