Removing selfmade watermark

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Slowjoep
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Removing selfmade watermark

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I've created my own watermarks. But after creation I discovered that I made a mistake. I have not made it a preset so I can't find a way to delete my own watermark. Is there a way to remove it? I'm using ASP3
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Re: Removing selfmade watermark

Post by Dutchmm »

Presets are in /Users/<Your Name>/AppData/Local/Corel/AfterShot Pro3/Presets

So one thing you can do is navigate your way there, and then delete the whole preset you have created. Or you can drill down into the Other directory (I imagine), and edit your preset with an XMP editor. I am more of a linux person so I cannot make a recommendation.

If you made a preset you want applied to all photos you take, then it would anyway be preferable to apply settings by using one or other of the available default settings (look at the Edit,Settings menu to find out more about this). This way you can have the settings for every RAW, every shot from a specific camera, or every shot rendered [I have never used this, and have no idea], you process.

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Slowjoep
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Re: Removing selfmade watermark

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Thanks. Found them and removes them.
Slowjoep
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Re: Removing selfmade watermark

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Thanks. Found them and removes them.
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