Migrating Presets from Classic Studio to Studio 2

How to Migrate Presets from Classic Studio to Topaz Studio 2:

You created presets in Classic Studio and you loved them. You want to keep them but you also want all the cool features in Studio 2. No problem! We've made a handy little tool for you!

1. Open Studio 2

2. Go to the Help drop down menu and choose "Migrate Custom TS1 Presets"

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3. Choose whether you want to migrate the custom presets you created, presets you did not create but have marked as a Favorite, or both

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 4. Done! You will be able to find these presets now under your "My Looks"

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Missing Presets?

Please submit a support ticket with your database attached. Below are instructions to find it.

Windows:

  1. Open a File Explorer window
  2. Enter the following in your navigation bar:
    C:\Users\adamd\AppData\Local\Topaz Labs\Topaz Studio\QML\OfflineStorage\Databases
  3. Select the SQLITE File

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Mac:

  1. Find your database:
    1. Open a Finder window and choose Macintosh HD
    2. Users -> (Your User Account) ->Library -> Application Support -> Topaz Labs -> Topaz Studio -> tgrc

 

If Migration of Presets Didn't Work:

Only the most current version of Topaz Studio 2 allows the migration of presets. If the migration of the presets from Classic Studio do not go over to Topaz Studio 2, try performing a full reinstall of using these instructions:

Topaz Studio 2 Windows:
Un-install
1) Open Windows File Explorer
2) Go to C:\\Program Files\Topaz Labs LLC\
3) Delete the entire Topaz Studio 2 folder

Re-install
1) Click this link to download the latest version of Studio 2, but do not install it yet
2) Reboot your computer
3) Install the program without any other applications running
4) Open Studio 2 as a standalone to make sure it's working for you

Or

Topaz Studio 2 Mac:
Un-install
1) Open Finder
2) Go to your Applications folder
3) Delete the entire Topaz Studio 2 folder

Re-install
1) Click this link to download our Studio 2 Mac Installer but do not install it yet
2) Reboot your computer
3) Install Studio 2 without any other applications running
4) Open Studio 2 as a standalone first to make sure it's working for you

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