Photo settings viewer
The "Photo settings Viewer" reports your develop adjustments in readable form. No cryptic codes.
The report is shown in your default browser, but can also be opened in Excel or Word for further analysis.
When writing an article or blog, one could use the plug-in to show which adjustments were applied to an image.The plug-in is donation ware.
What problem is solved?
How does the plug-in work
Features / options
Download the trial version and try for yourself! This version has all the functionality but shows one preset per run.
The "Photo settings Viewer" reads all the develop settings of an image and translates them into a report with the proper descriptions in the language of Lightroom.
This report automatically opens in your default browser (Firefox, Safari, Edge, Internet Explorer, Chrome, ...) but can also be opened in Excel or Word.
You can scroll down through the table.
When "on" the full width of your screen / browser will be used, when "off" the width is set to 1024 pixels.
When selecting this option each table will have the height of the next setting.
See sample report above
Table height in pixels
If you selected the option "Scrollable tables", this option determines the height of a table.
Show internal / technical properties
When looking at a preset "lrtemplate" file, you will see that some develop tools (sliders) are represented by multiple properties. Some are hard to understand.
Show default values
This option determines whether develop settings that still have their default value will be shown.
Show results upon finish
This setting controls whether the plug-in automatically opens the report upon finishing in your browser, or not.
One use case is listing all the develop adjustments you made to an image when writing a blog or article.
Please share your use cases with us: contact form
Using the plug-in is very straightforward:
The report will open in your default browser (Firefox, Safari, Edge, Internet Explorer, Chrome)
In the "Configuration" tab of the Plug-in manager you can set the default for the options of the plug-in.