Does Avalanche support Adobe Lightroom Presets?
Adobe Lightroom Presets are a shortcut to apply Adjust/Edits to an image. As such, they move all the Develop/Edit controls in the Develop panel to the values stored in the Preset.
When exporting to Lightroom, Avalanche won't be able to attach a particular preset to the values of the Develop/Edit controls. It does not make any sense to think of it that way anyway.
When exporting from Lightroom, Avalanche will read all the values of the Develop/Edit controls and convert them to the appropriate values for the target application. In that sense, Avalanche takes the Preset into account, simply because it takes all the adjustments triggered by the Preset into account.
Does Avalanche support Adobe Lightroom Profiles?
Profiles in Adobe Lightroom are a way to add look and color grading to a picture. They can be applied on top of other adjustments; they don't affect any of the Develop/Edit controls but are applied before them through a Look Up Table (LUT). ...
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