In the Effects panel, the Presets bin contains presets for popular effects. You can save time by using a preset made for a specific purpose, rather than configuring an effect yourself. For example, if you want a clip to blur in quickly, you could apply the Fast Blur effect and set keyframes for it manually. You save time, however, by instead applying the Fast Blur In preset.
You can customize individual effect settings and save them as presets. You can then apply the presets to other clips in any project. When you save an effect as a preset, you also save the keyframes you created for the effect. You create effect presets in the Effect Controls panel and Premiere Pro stores them in the root Presets bin. You can organize them within the Presets bin using the nested preset bins. Premiere Pro also ships with several effect presets, located in the application’s Presets folder.
To view the properties of an effect preset, select the preset in the Effects panel, and choose Preset Properties from the Effects panel menu.
If you apply a preset to a clip and the preset contains settings for an effect that is already applied to the clip, Premiere Pro modifies the clip using the following rules: