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Setting up Filters



  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    You can't make On1 start with filters automatically in place. The best you can do is as I explained, create a filter, and apply it to EACH photo so that when you open it, the filters will already be there.

    Alternatively, just click the preset after opening a photo to add your preset to it BEFORE editing because it will overwrite edits that you already made.

    Name your filter something better than Filter, 'Dons Default' is better. You can find it using the search box at the bottom of the filters list.

    For myself, I created a folder called ~ Rick Presets. Note the ~ it sorts my folder to the top of the list and makes it easy to find.

  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    As long as you are in the Effects module you can right-click a Preset and choose Insert Preset to add it to whatever edits you've already made.


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