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PSFilterPdn (2016-10-05)

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10 hours ago, ReMake said:

 

#1. Are you used GMLMatting0.3-setup.exe for the GMLMatting.8bf installation?

If yes

#2. Drag both files GMLMatting.8bfGMLMatting.ini from C:\Program Files (or C:\Program Files (x86)) to C:\Program Files\paint.net\Effects

#3. Check existence of the cxcore097.dll file in the С:\Windows\Sys or С:\Windows\SysWOW64 folder.

 

This filter works fine for me.

mattingui.jpg

 

 

thanks for answering, I did all that but does not work ,but rather opens to apply the changes It shows that error message

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, ReMake said:

This plugin uses Intel OpenCV library. 

not if it will be that the problem,I made a test free version of Photofiltre and there if it works properly, if the CV libraries do not work I'll have to use another plugin like Topaz ReMask.

sorry if I misspelled my language is Spanish and I have to improve in English :P.

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That plugin works for me.

I do not have any idea why it is giving you an error. :/

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Added support for Alien Skin's Eye Candy 7 filter.

 

Note that any Eye Candy 7 filters that render outside of the current selection cannot be applied to the image because Paint.NET restricts its Effect plugins to only rendering within the selection.

 

File version updated to 1.0.6.2.

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Fixed the Alien Skin Eye Candy 7 dialog being shown when run as a repeat effect (Implemented the PSActionDescriptorProcs and ASZStringSuite PICA suites).

File version updated to 1.0.6.3.

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I'm Jane from the Filter Forge team. Our Photoshop plugin is compatible with
PSFilterPdn, and we'd like to include it into our installation package. May we have your permission for that? Your license seems to allow free redistribution, but asking the author directly is much simpler and faster than running a license through our lawyer. Thanks in advance!
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On 12/15/2016 at 6:45 AM, filterforge said:
Our Photoshop plugin is compatible with PSFilterPdn, and we'd like to include it into our installation package. May we have your permission for that?

 

Yes, you have it.

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Trying to download it, but it's taking too long. And I also clicked the "here" button as it takes too long to download. It doesn't work.

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1 minute ago, SoulChar1zard said:

Trying to download it, but it's taking too long. And I also clicked the "here" button as it takes too long to download. It doesn't work.

 

The Codeplex download is working for me, it could just be an issue with one of Microsoft's mirrors. :/

You can also download the plugin from the plugin pack link in my signature.

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The photoshop brush and patterns and that's right? And place them into the paint.net's effect folder right?

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Just now, SoulChar1zard said:

The photoshop brush and patterns and that's right? And place them into the paint.net's effect folder right?

 

The Photoshop brush and pattern plugins go into the FileTypes folder.

The plugin pack includes an installer that places the plugins in the proper folder.

 

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2 minutes ago, SoulChar1zard said:

Okay, I downloaded that pluginpack. Where do I place that?

 

Extract the zip file anywhere and run the installer.

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And that's it right? So, once they're installed, they're now in my paint.net now? Sorry for asking too much questions.

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Just now, SoulChar1zard said:

And that's it right? So, once they're installed, they're now in my paint.net now? Sorry for asking too much questions.

 

Yes.

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