Subject: Re: ACR Calibration
I may not be one of the "experts" but.... it's only the calibration settings you want to save as a subset (not the settings for the other tabs).
The other settings (Color Temp, Tint, Exposure, Shadows, Brightness, Contrast or Saturation, etc.) are specific to the image and are used to bring the photo of the colorchecker to a neutral point so that the calibration can take place accurately.
If you have to run Tom's script again, you may want to hold onto a copy of all of the settings, plugging them in will get the script to the point of calibration faster and thus help the script run more efficiently. A case in point is if Tom releases another beta or final version of the script.
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