Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Plug in compatibility

One of the common questions we get is "will my existing third-party plug-ins work in Photoshop CS5?"

Well, it depends on the manufacturer but most companies will be releasing (if necessary) small updates to make sure their product is compatible.

Here's the first plug-in news that I've seen, from OnOne Software:

"I am pleased to announce onOne Software product support for Photoshop CS5 and Photoshop CS5 Extended. All of onOne's currently shipping Photoshop software plug-ins will be compatible with the new Adobe® Photoshop® CS5 and Photoshop CS5 Extended software announced yesterday by Adobe. Compatibility updates will be made available free of charge to registered owners of the titles listed in the attached release."

More news about plugins as I hear about them.

1 comment:

Ken Toney said...

Dave, Cool, I love the General Fractals and it's the main OnOne plug-in that I use. I use the NIK the most and I have found I have to be careful because some of the 2 will crash if mixed in one photo. I had to download new software on most of my plug-ins when Cs4 came out but (as you know) the codes are good for the new ones. Thanks for all you do.