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Ariel
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Unread postby Ariel » 09.12.2007 04:51

There is an 8bf file, I think in the Helicon folder, which can be put in the Photoshop plugin folder.

John Lai
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What about calling Photoshop /Elements from HF?

Unread postby John Lai » 16.12.2007 15:19

Dan Kozub wrote:Sure. Helicon Filter ( Pro version only) can be called from Photoshop as a plugin.


If HF is called from PS as a plug-in, it is PS which controls & saves the file. So I suppose non destructive editing of HF will not work.

So, what about the other way round? HF calling PS as a plug-in. Is this possible?

John

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Re: What about calling Photoshop /Elements from HF?

Unread postby Guest » 18.12.2007 07:16

Hi John,

yes, the "non-destructivity" does not apply to the plug-in version (duplicated layers are a workaround).

PS cannot be called as a plugin - Adobe would certainly not like their main software be demoted to a plugin. This might not be too much fun anyhow. Who wants to wait minutes for plugin to load?


John Lai wrote:
Dan Kozub wrote:Sure. Helicon Filter ( Pro version only) can be called from Photoshop as a plugin.


If HF is called from PS as a plug-in, it is PS which controls & saves the file. So I suppose non destructive editing of HF will not work.

So, what about the other way round? HF calling PS as a plug-in. Is this possible?

John


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