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I apologize if this question has been asked before. I've been told
that I can use my Lightroom presets in Photoshop CS4 and 5.
Apparently by importing them into Camera RAW. Does anyone have any instructions
on how to do this. Can you apply the preset to JPG's as well?
Thanks in advance.
I’ve not come across this. It’s normally a dual process. Pre-sets in Lightroom on raw data followed by pixel actions in Photoshop on layered tiff or jpeg (from PSD).
LR presets already use ACR, as does PS, so applying them in LR seems the best way of doing it. So to apply the preset in PS you go through ACR either in LR or directly. PS does not do RAW processing
What did you find out?
None of the replies you got seem to answer the question.
The presets are different for PS/ACR and Lr. PS one are basically xmp files AFAIK.
So how does one convert .lrtemplate files to .xmp?
i am having the same trouble, any help?
It looks like it's been copied from the original here:
Very similar design and options for a few bucks less... I would be very scared downloading and using it...it looks like malware...
I've made this macOS drag-n-drop tool which converts .lrtemplate files into .xmp.
There's no need to have Lightroom at all. It will convert any Lightroom preset you have so that you can use it in Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop.
You can find it here:
I ended up buying this and it worked perfectly. I got all my presets converted to XMP and now I use them with camera raw.
Thank you so much.
I'm glad you find it useful!
It seems like it's been copied from the original one here:
It has a very similar design buy it costs a few bucks less... I would be very scared downloading and using it...it looks like malware...