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How To Convert Lightroom Presets Into Capture One Styles With Picture Instruments Preset Converter Pro 1.0.8 (x64)

How to Convert Lightroom Presets into Capture One Styles with Picture Instruments Preset Converter Pro 1.0.8 (x64)

If you are a photographer who uses both Adobe Lightroom and Capture One, you might have wondered how to use your Lightroom presets in Capture One. Lightroom presets are a great way to quickly edit your photos and achieve a consistent look. However, Capture One does not support Lightroom presets natively, and you would have to manually recreate them as Capture One styles, which can be time-consuming and tedious.

How to Convert Lightroom Presets into Capture One Styles with Picture Instruments Preset Converter Pro 1.0.8 (x64)

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Fortunately, there is a solution: Picture Instruments Preset Converter Pro 1.0.8 (x64). This software allows you to easily convert your Lightroom presets (.xmp or .lrtemplate) into Capture One styles (.costyle) or stylepacks (.costylepack) with just a few clicks. You can convert any number of presets in batch mode, and enjoy a large choice of Lightroom presets in Capture One.

How does it work?

Preset Converter Pro uses a smart algorithm to map the values of the Lightroom features to the equivalent or similar features in Capture One. It relies mainly on the Color Editor and Luma Curve tools of Capture One to recreate the look achieved with presets in Lightroom. However, since Adobe Lightroom and Capture One differ fundamentally in their RAW conversion, there are some technical limitations that you should be aware of.

Some Lightroom features cannot be converted 1:1 to Capture One, because there is no equivalent feature in Capture One. In those cases, the values are transferred to another feature according to optical criteria, which leads to comparable results in most cases. However, they will never be 100% identical due to different image processing algorithms. You can find more information on which settings may cause discrepancies in the operating manual[^1^].

Also, since every image has a different exposure and since a preset usually only marks the starting point for editing, small differences are usually not very relevant. You can always adjust the converted style manually in Capture One to fine-tune the look for your image. The biggest source of error is already eliminated if all white balance settings are banished from the preset.

How to use it?

Preset Converter Pro is very easy to use. Here are the steps:

  • Download and install Preset Converter Pro from here. It is compatible with Windows 7 or higher (64-bit) and requires .NET Framework 4.6 or higher.

  • Launch Preset Converter Pro and select the source folder where your Lightroom presets are stored.

  • Select the presets that you want to convert. You can use the filter options to narrow down your selection.

  • Select the destination folder where you want to save your converted styles.

  • Choose whether you want to create individual styles or stylepacks.

  • Click on \"Convert\" and wait for the process to finish.

  • Open Capture One and import your converted styles or stylepacks from the \"Styles\" menu.

  • Apply them to your images and enjoy!


Preset Converter Pro is a handy tool for photographers who want to use their Lightroom presets in Capture One. It saves you time and effort by converting them into Capture One styles or stylepacks automatically. It also gives you access to a large choice of Lightroom presets that you can use in Capture One. However, you should keep in mind that the conversion is not perfect and some adjustments may be needed after applying the styles.

If you want to try Preset Converter Pro for yourself, you can download a free trial version from here. The trial version allows you to convert up to three presets at a time. If you want to unlock the full functionality, you can purchase a license for $47 + VAT if applicable.

We hope this article was helpful and informative. If you have any questions or feedback, please leave them in the comments below. 04f6b60f66


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