I'm trying to repro but can't seem to do so; saving presets and then loading them work as expected and don't have my process go back to Cam Calibration 2003.
Maybe it's something to do with a specific RAW format or image? Have you tried others?
Thanks for the response. This was several different NEF raw images on a MacBook Pro, OS Yosemite
Tried using Exposure in a preset and I did not have the problem. Seems to be tied into Sharpen and NR. Will try some more.
Edit: Tried it with a few other presets besides sharpening and noise reduction and they worked fine. Also tried raw files from 3 different Nikon cameras and had the same problem with sharpening and noise reduction.
Thanks. I have the same problem with sharpening and noise reduction. Both of them switch back to 2003 Process.
Warunicorn I want to Thank You for all your help. I reinstalled ACR 9 with the link you provided but that didn't work so I uninstalled Photoshop and then reinstalled it. That still didn't work.
Then I remembered something when making presets. In the New Preset table I was only checking the sharpen or noise reduction boxes and was being thrown to the 2003 process. You also need to check the Process Version. When I did that everything worked.
So it looks like operator error.
Thanks again for your help and time.
Heh, all good. You're welcome. We all get a little flummoxed sometimes.
Many Thanks, I too had the same problem wit a Chromatic, Sharpening & NR preset, but all sorted now!
I can confirm this, the same happened here. Old presets (from CC2014) resetted process version to 2003, and basic tab settings cleared. After i re-saved my sharpening (only) presets, adding process version to what shall be saved, now it works ok again. But is this really intentional by Adobe, why process version 2003, for photos taken today 2015??
For window users:
go to the xmp preset folder which is here
edit with wordpad each preset.xmp file
and add somehwere above the CRS refrences somewhere after 7th or 8th line
save and you're done!
Anyone know if / how this will work on OS X 10.10.3
Lars Westman wrote:
But is this really intentional by Adobe, why process version 2003, for photos taken today 2015??
I encountered the same -- with acr 9 I had to re-do presets to include check on process version. A bug? Settings that are unchecked in a saved preset should not be changed when applying the preset.
I distribute a sharpening preset and after the ACR 9.0 update I've been getting TONS of support mail from my users regarding this issue. So it's wide spread. Process version getting thrown back to 2003, although the preset has everything unchecked (except the sharpening sliders). Sounds like a bug to me. Any ideas on when this will be fixed?
Sorry folks. This is a bug. Thanks for reporting it.
We'll investigate and get it fixed in the next release. I can't share a timeline on the release so please stay tuned.
Including Process Version in a saved setting – the workaround for this bug – may present a future compatibility problem: Suppose some years from now a new process version, perhaps PV2017, is introduced. Workingt hen with PV2017 using settings saved from ACR 9.0 with Process Version checked on, PV2017 would be changed to PV 2012 when a saved-with-PV2012-checked setting is applied to the PV2017 image.
And who will remember months or years later to go back and uncheck PV in these saved settings?