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Compatible with Adobe Photoshop Creative Suite 4-6
We will only be supporting the last 3 versions of all host editors, going forward.

In Photoshop Creative Suite, the Topaz plug-ins can be accessed through the Filter menu. Make sure that you have closed Photoshop completely when you install the software. If the plugins are already installed on your computer, but are missing from the Filter menu, please first try restarting Photoshop.

If that fails to work, you can do the following to add your plugins into the Filter menu:


 Mac:

Via Topaz Labs Photoshop Utility

We have started to automate some of these processes for our customers, because they are so common. Here is another tool in the spirit of that advancement!

Topaz Labs Photoshop Utility
for  Mac

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Via Photoshop CS "Additional Plugins Folder"

 

Please go to your preferences menu in Photoshop and select Plug-ins. 

 

Check/enable the Additional Plug-ins Folder option then click Choose.

 

After that, please navigate to: Computer/Macintosh HD/Library/Application Support and select the Topaz Labs folder.  If you cannot find this folder, press Command ⌘ + Shift + C to open the Computer Directory.

 

Be sure you are selecting the entire Topaz Labs folder. If you select a plugin folder, you will add just that one plugin to the Filter menu, but all other plugins will not show. 

 

Click OK to save your changes, then restart Photoshop. Once Photoshop opens, go to your Filter menu and you should be able to access Topaz Labs.


 Windows:

Topaz Labs Photoshop Utility
for  Windows

 This Utility must be run with administrator privileges to work. If you do not do this, you will see error messages!

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Manual Steps

 

Please click on Edit in the top menu and select Preferences → Plug-Ins...

 

Check/enable the Additional Plug-ins Folder option then click Choose.

 

After that, please navigate to:

64bit OS -  C:\Program Files (x86)\
32bit OS - C:\Program Files\

Then, select the Topaz Labs folder

 

Be sure you are selecting the entire Topaz Labs folder. If you select a plugin folder, you will add just that one plugin to the Filter menu, but all other plugins will not show. 

 

You should see the file path below in Photoshop's Plug-Ins Preferences.  From here, click OK to save your changes, then restart Photoshop. Once Photoshop opens, go to your Filter menu and you should be able to access Topaz Labs.


 You can also uninstall the plugins, exit out of Photoshop and re-install them from our Downloads Page and they'll show in the Filter menu after that. 

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