3rd party plug ins.

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    Raymond Griffiths

    I use Luminar 3.0.1 with Topaz Studio plug-in. While 3.0.1 is pretty flakey and from reports so far 3.0.2 is much, much worse so maybe hold off for a while and see if they get it sorted. But it’s not looking good.

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    Kirk Osborn

    Hi Mark,

    Please contact us via https://skylum.com/support and we will figure something out.

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    Mark Barnes

    I contacted support and we're still communicating. L3 or last year's version doesn't recognize Topaz as being installed. Not a big deal but should would be convenient. Maybe there will be a solution forth coming. Thanks.

     

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    Mark Barnes

    Update: Skylum support sent me instructions on how to configure Topaz Studio as a plugin for L3. I never would have figured it out without their support. Thanks!!

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    Phil Hurd

    Can you share Mark?

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    Mark Barnes

    Sure..here's what Kirill of Skylum Support sent me. I'm on an iMac using L3. I wanted Topaz for just two filters not offered by Luminar. Hope it works for you.

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    Luminar can open files that have .plugin extension.

    Please right-click on the 'Topaz Studio' line and choose 'Show Package Contents' (see the screenshot attached): https://prnt.sc/mk5oq9 

    After that, find the file that is shown in the screenshot and copy it to your desktop (or any other place where you can easily find it): https://prnt.sc/mk5lgk 

    Now open Luminar 3 > Edit > Plugins > Other > Click 'Open Plugin...' and choose the .plugin file you just copied.

    Now you should be able to use Topaz Studio as a plugin in Luminar.

    Let me know how it goes.

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    Phil Hurd

    Thanks Mark

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