How to install the plug-in in Photoshop (Photoshop)?
Modules (plug-ins) that we will connect, owhich will be discussed here, belong to a certain category of filters. After receiving the initial picture from Photoshop, the filter processes it and returns it back to the editor. Photoshop plug-ins are usually stored in files with the extension ".8bf".
To determine how to install the plugin in Photoshop, you need to copy the plugin file into the Photoshop folder Plug-Ins-> Filters.
Suppose, if the disk D: the CS3 Photoshop version is installed and you want to add the C3C Photo Improver plug-in, for this you need to copy the PhotoImprover.8bf file to the folder on the D: drive, then Program Files, then Adobe, then Adobe Photoshop CS3, then Plug-Ins and finally Filters
Run the plugin
Every time you open, Photoshop scans its Plug-Ins folder and captures the plug-in file found there. After that, the plug-in becomes available in the Photoshop menu.
Let's say, after you managed to installplugin in photoshop cs5, open in Photoshop a file with a photo that you want to remake the plugin. Use the Filter option in the Photoshop main menu to do this.
The plugin that you can get is grouped into the C3C filters group. The name of this group will be displayed in the menu. After selecting this group, select the required plug-in.
You should also pay attention to the menu item Filter-> Last Filter.
Not all plugins can work with imagesvarious formats. Most plug-ins support 8-bit RGB image display mode. In this mode, jpeg-picture is loaded into Photoshop. But, say, a 16-bit RGB image can not be processed by any plug-in. If the plugin does not work in this mode, it will not be available in the menu.
Restart the plugin
In Photoshop editor there is a simplified viewrun previously used filters. To re-run the last used plug-in (for example, to other images), it is enough to use the menu item Filter-> Last Filter or use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + F. In the submenu, this item looks like "Last Filter", only if other filters have not been started yet. Assume that some filters have already worked, then in the first line of the Filter menu there will be the names of these filters.
When you re-query plug-ins using Ctrl + F or the Filter-> Last Filter submenu, plug-ins work with the same values and parameters as when you last downloaded it.
Caution Often, if an additionalthe plug-in directory in the settings of the Photoshop editor (Edit Preference Plug-Ins) on an ordinary Windows system (32 bit), you may receive error messages that Photoshop does not recognize this type of files.
Usually, it turns out because in the catalog,(for example, D: Program FilesAKVISColoriage), there is a 64-bit file. Perhaps this file is installed in parallel with the normal version of the filter. Normal Photoshop (32-bit) will try to download 64-bit files and fail.
Not scary, but such error messages can be very annoying. The solution is more than simple: remove 64-bit files from this folder or transfer them somewhere in another directory.