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Chapter 3. Using Camera Raw > Saving Settings

Saving Settings

If you had to adjust every slider on every image, you might reasonably conclude that Camera Raw was an instrument of torture rather than a productivity tool. Fortunately, Camera Raw offers great flexibility in saving and applying settings (and, as you'll learn in the next chapter, the File Browser lets you apply Camera Raw settings to one or more images without even opening Camera Raw).

Depending on how you set Camera Raw's “Save image settings in:” Preference, settings get saved either in the Camera Raw Database, or as individual sidecar .xmp files—see “The Camera Raw Menu,” earlier in this chapter.The Camera Raw database (file name is Adobe Camera Raw Database) lives in the Application Data folder as Document and Settings/user name/ Application Data/Adobe/Camera Raw on Windows systems, and in the user's Preferences folder as Users/user name/Library/Preferences on Mac OS.


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