ON1 Workflow – Managing Presets for Faster Editing

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Preset Management can be an essential part of speeding up your workflow process. Like most things, being organized can be half the battle. I wanted to share a few tips on how to manage your presets by removing categories you do not need and organizing your favorite presets with quick and easy to find categories. When your presets are at your finger tips it makes your post editing, quick and easy to power through right in browse.

5 comments on “ON1 Workflow – Managing Presets for Faster Editing”

  1. On June 24, 2017 at 9:29 am Barbara Hayton wrote:

    Such a helpful video, thank you. It was simple, direct and so easy once you know. I shy away from presets but now I see what a valuable tool they are and how to make them easier for me and my personal taste. Thank you, Liz!

  2. On June 24, 2017 at 9:32 am Whitney Stevens wrote:

    You are welcome, Barbara. I enjoyed teaching about presets in this video. I use them every day in my studio workflow at Bliss Studio. If you haven’t already, check out my newest workflow video too. You might find some tips there as well! Thank you for watching and for your comment! I really appreciate it! ~Whitney

  3. On September 26, 2017 at 6:53 pm Joseph Chuan wrote:

    That was an awesome video, Whitney. Thank you so much for sharing that shortcuts! I am trying to figure out a good workflow using On1 and just changed to the Sony system. I am trying to avoid shooting RAW because of the file size, do you normally shoot JPG as you did in the video? Do you feel On1 RAW edits JPG well rather than shooting in RAW?

    Thanks! Joe

    1. On September 26, 2017 at 10:09 pm Whitney Stevens replied:

      Hi Joe, Thanks for your sweet comment :) I am a jpeg shooter. But honestly, that is just a personal choice. ON1 Raw is awesome no matter if you shoot jpeg or RAW so just choose what works best for you!

  4. On March 7, 2018 at 1:39 pm Melissa Enderle wrote:

    Hi Whitney, thanks for the video. I’ve downloaded many of the free monthly presets, but now I have a long list of preset types. Is there a way I can move presets into other existing preset folders? How do people typically manage the monthly presets?

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