Not really possible as the author used an older framework of ReShade to create the preset, so you need to either figure out what effects he/she used and manually make all the adjustments he made yourself (which would be very hard, perhaps not even yield the same look), or just use preset that is built for the 3.0 framework. All 3 of mine use ReShade 3.0 framework. Hope this helps.
My presets, if you care to take a look:
- Balanced cinematic vibe with enhancements and added features all around
- cinematic tonemapping and lighting
- stupidly vibrant, but still balanced colors