Adobe Photoshop Elements: Using Your Topaz Labs Plug-ins

Compatibility:

  • Elements 13-15
  • Elements 2018-2019

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Using your Topaz Labs plug-ins with Adobe Photoshop Elements is easy. Elements will usually find your Topaz Labs products on its own. You can find them by opening an image in Elements, then opening the 'Filter' menu.

If you do not see your plug-in under the 'Filter' menu, here's how to add it.

Mac

Open the 'Adobe Photoshop Elements 2019 Editor' menu and select 'Preferences>Plug-ins'

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Check the 'Application Plug-ins Folder' box, then click 'Choose.

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Select the folder for the application from the 'Applications' folder, then click 'Choose.'

Windows

Open the 'Edit' menu and select 'Preferences>Plug-ins'

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Check the 'Application Plug-ins Folder' box, then click 'Choose.

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In the "Browse for Folder" menu, navigate to OS (C:)>Program Files>Topaz Labs> then select the folder of the application you would like to use in Elements. Press OK. 

You will need to close and re-open Elements for your application to show up in the 'Filter' menu.

 

 

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