Luminar 4 and issues with PS 2023 not accepting Luminar unless opened for intel based computers.

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    Kate Williams

    Hi Philip,

    Please note that Luminar 4 and Aurora HDR aren't compatible with the M1 chip and run via Rosetta 2: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211861 I'm afraid there are no plans to optimize them for this platform either. 

    Thus, if you'd like to use these applications as a Photoshop plugin, you may want to open Photoshop via Rosetta 2 (as an Intel-based app). 

     

    You may also consider checking out Luminar Neo - our latest app. It runs natively on the m1 chip: https://skylum.com/download/luminar-neo-paid 

     

     

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    Walter Baile

    I tried using Rosetta to open PSE 2023. It did not work. I contacted Adobe who explained:

     

    Date: 2022-11-02 01:14:15 +08

    From: Ajay (Adobe) To: Everyone

    The issue was that the program was installed with the build designed for Apple M1 and on Apple M1 build the plug-ins are not recognized at times. I installed the Intel build which should let us recognize such third party plug-ins

     

    After uninstalling the former PSE 2023 and  installing the PSE 2023 Intel build out it worked perfectly. Kudos to Adobe who worked with me a long time to get this right. 

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