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superdewa
1764 days ago
 
converting Lightroom presets into ACR presets?

Does anyone know if this is possible, and if so, how? I don't have Lightroom -- I have Adobe Camera Raw and would like to use some LR presets I've found (specifically these: http://shuttersisters.com/home/2009/2/2 … esets.html) in ACR.

I'd also love to be able to use the Lightroom Preset Extractor (see http://www.flickr.com/groups/lrpreset/) and convert those to ACR.


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RollsUp
1764 days ago
 
Your in luck Superd. A quick google search for "convert lightroom preset acr" came up with a couple easy instructions on how to. You will need to download and install a trial version of LR along with the LR preset you want to convert to ACR. Basically all you need to do is import a raw photo to LR, apply the preset, export the photo preserving the raw image, open the photo with ACR and save the settings. The links have a step by step instructions on how to convert LR presets to ACR.
http://x-equals.com/blog/?p=1257
http://www.lifeindigitalfilm.com/2009/0 … o-acr.html
Importing presets to LR is pretty simple.
http://livedocs.adobe.com/en_US/Lightro … 5D175.html


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superdewa
1764 days ago
 
Thanks, Rollsup. I did have the Lightroom 3 Beta on my computer, but it was causing me some problems, so I got rid of it. Maybe I'll try it again. I can hold onto it longer than the trial.


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RollsUp
1764 days ago
 
I forgot there was a beta version out. In the mean time, just for converting presets, you should try the stable 2.5 version. There is also a 2.6 RC version available for download.


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superdewa
1764 days ago
 
What's RC? I wish I could get my husband to win me more Adobe products smile . I think I really want Lightroom!


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RollsUp
1764 days ago
 
From wikipedia.
"The term release candidate (RC) refers to a version with potential to be a final product, ready to release unless fatal bugs emerge."

I hope this answers your question.

If you have $99 to spare AND know somebody that is eligible for a educational discount you can get a copy of LR 2 through that person. I did, twice.


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Karol A
1764 days ago
 
Beware - the trial version of Lightroom is what got me. I ended up buying it when the trial ran out. I got a pretty good deal - but not as good as the education discount. Enjoy the trial!


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superdewa
1763 days ago
 
I am a little afraid of downloading it for the reason Karol points out. I know I'd love it, but I think it would be a luxury on top of CS4 since this is a hobby, not a profession.

It's actually possible I'm eligible for educational discounts as a homeschooling parent. I should look into that! But I don't have $99 to spare right now.


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Willtastic
1763 days ago
 
You miight be eligible if you explain your case, but usually you need a .edu e-mail address which means being a college student or a teacher.  We get Windows 7 upgrade for $30 too big_smile


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