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Note: Perfect Layers is not available as a Photoshop Plug-in. This works as a plug-in for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Apple Aperture, or as a standalone application.
The following instructions show how to access onOne Software from Adobe Photoshop Elements.
Adobe Photoshop Elements (9 or 10)
There is only one way to access the onOne Software product(s) when using Adobe Photoshop Elements. Please make sure to open an image in ‘Edit’ mode and then go to File > Automation Tools. (this is not a video)
The first thing to check is to make sure Photoshop was closed during installation of the plug-in. If not, simply restart Photoshop. Once Photoshop is open, please go to Window > Extenstions > onOne
This will open the onOne panel giving you access to your product. Just open an image in Photoshop and choose your plug-in from the onOne panel. The onOne panel is only available for the latest versions of our products running in Adobe Photoshop CS4 (Plug-in Suite 5, Genuine Fractals 6 Standard and Professional Edition, PhotoTools 2.5 Standard and Professional Edition, PhotoFrame 4.5 Standard and Professional Edition, PhotoTune 3, FocalPoint 2, and Mask Pro 4.1.7) .
Unfortunately, the onOne panel is only compatible with operating systems in English. The panel is not available for non-English operating systems.
The onOne menu will no longer be available in the top menu bar in Photoshop. To learn how to access the onOne Software plug-ins in Photoshop, please click here.
This is a current limitation of the scripting language Photoshop uses with recording actions. If you wish to record an action using an onOne plug-in, please record the action while launching the onOne Plug-In from the File->Automate menu (and not the onOne panel).
Please click here to view a video which illustrates how to create actions in Photoshop to batch process images using Perfect Photo Suite 6.