Video 11 – Apply During Import Panel (5:30) You cannot view this unit as you're not logged in yet. Post navigationPrevious post: Video 10 – File Renaming (10:21)Next post: Video 12 – Destination Panel (13:24) 10 thoughts on “Video 11 – Apply During Import Panel (5:30)” Graham Clark February 25, 2020 I do use an import preset all the time to Remove Chromatic Aberration and to Enable Profile Corrections as I’m always forgetting these in the Develop Module! Reply Steve_Perry February 25, 2020 Great idea! Thanks for sharing it! Reply Owen Kane May 8, 2020 Great idea, me too I always forget those two items! Reply cheryl.garnham March 18, 2020 Ok, I’d like to add the remove CA and profile corrections to an import preset – how do I do this ? Reply Steve_Perry March 19, 2020 On any image, enable the options in the Develop Module (don’t make any other changes to the image). Then, on the left side of the Develop Module find the Presets Panel. Hit the “+” and create a new user preset for them. They should show up as an option in the Import Dialog afterward. Reply Steve Simon March 31, 2020 Are you going to talk about what you put in to the metadata preset for all your images? I assume Copyright and website etc?….thanks! Reply Steve_Perry March 31, 2020 I think it’s in the Metadata Panel video. Reply Sue North February 6, 2022 Hi if I set up a Metadata preset can I copy it from my computer to my laptop? Regards Sue North Reply Steve February 6, 2022 From what I can tell, it looks like you have to import an image that already has the preset info you want. Then, from the metadata panel in the library, you can drop the Preset drop box and select Edit Presets. This fill in the fields. From there, you can save it as a new preset. Kind of a hacky way to do it, but there doesn’t appear to be a direct way to export and import metadata presets. Reply Hong Li July 14, 2022 Steve, Can I ask LR import only Raw files, not JPG files? Reply Leave a Reply to Graham Clark Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.