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428 Points

Wed, Apr 11, 2018 10:08 AM

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Lightroom Classic: Converting From LRTEMPLATE to XMP

How can I convert preset with LRTEMPLATE extension in the XMP new format?

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Employee

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92 Messages

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1.9K Points

3 years ago

If the lrtemplate is present in Lightroom's user develop preset folder then it will be automatically converted by Lightroom on startup. Alternatively, you can always import them in to Lightroom which will take care of converting them to XMP. 

8 Messages

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132 Points

2 years ago

Here's a Photoshop panel that handles the XMP to LRTEMPLATE conversion.

https://www.allievi-photography.com/photoshop-panels/

Useful if you need to convert to XMP presets without the need of the latest LR version.



8 Messages

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132 Points

2 years ago

A new Java version of the converter can be found here https://www.allievi-photography.com/photoshop-panels/ (at the bottom of the page). It doesn't require Photoshop.

2 Messages

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20 Points

4 months ago

ust load your presets into the Develop Presets folder. And Lightroom will convert them itself. But this is not always convenient. You can download a free Lightroom presets converter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsDv1pNXO3o&t=1s