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Possible to use a Preset as a "Style" as in InDesign?

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I'm using CS6 and I am applying the RGB Curves effect to grayscale images to achieve a sepia look. The RGB effect has been saved as Sepia Preset.

 

In past projects I used to do the sepia in Photoshop, saving the image as RGB ready for Premiere. But for my current project I thought I'd try a different technique to save disk space – save the images in grayscale, then apply the sepia in Premiere via my Sepia Preset.

 

Depending on how it looks through a projector (not my computer), I may want to alter the Sepia Preset, but I have been unable to do so.

 

Ques: Is it possible to set up an RGB Curves preset which can be altered, and which will automatically update all images to which that preset has been applied? Similar to a Style in InDesign.

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Correct answer by Ann Bens | Adobe Community Professional

Not automatically: will have to Remove Effects first then apply new preset.

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Possible to use a Preset as a "Style" as in InDesign?

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I'm using CS6 and I am applying the RGB Curves effect to grayscale images to achieve a sepia look. The RGB effect has been saved as Sepia Preset.

 

In past projects I used to do the sepia in Photoshop, saving the image as RGB ready for Premiere. But for my current project I thought I'd try a different technique to save disk space – save the images in grayscale, then apply the sepia in Premiere via my Sepia Preset.

 

Depending on how it looks through a projector (not my computer), I may want to alter the Sepia Preset, but I have been unable to do so.

 

Ques: Is it possible to set up an RGB Curves preset which can be altered, and which will automatically update all images to which that preset has been applied? Similar to a Style in InDesign.

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Correct answer by Ann Bens | Adobe Community Professional

Not automatically: will have to Remove Effects first then apply new preset.

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Not automatically: will have to Remove Effects first then apply new preset.

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