Please note this article applies to:
-M1-Native Photoshop version (not the Intel-based version)
-Sharpen AI, DeNoise AI, Gigapixel AI, and Topaz Studio 2
Adobe announced that Intel-based plugins will not appear in the M1-native version of Photoshop as a known issue. Feel free to refer to this Adobe Article for more information on this. We're working on updating our main apps to accommodate the M1-native Photoshop version as soon as possible.
In the meantime, we'd recommend trying to run Photoshop on ''Rosetta'' to install and use our plugins. You can run Photoshop on Rosetta by doing the following:
1) Make sure Photoshop is completely closed and find the Photoshop app in your Applications folder.
2) Select the app, and then press Command-I (or right-click/use the File menu and select Get Info). This will open an Info window with details about the app.
3) In the Info window, look for a checkbox labeled “Open using Rosetta”. Check the box.
4) Close the Info window. If you’re already running the app, quit and relaunch.
For more information on Rosetta, please refer to this Apple Article.
If running on Rosetta doesn't install the plugins for you under ''Filter'', please feel free to reach out to us through our Help Center and we can add you to a notifications list and keep you updated on our software compatibility status with M1-native version of Photoshop.