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MadSkillzMan 08-22-2005 12:36 AM

photoshop plugins?
 
hi guys. anywhere that can point me to making photoshop plugins? ive got this neat effect id like to reproduce with the click of a button, and rather go through it OVER and OVER eveytime, id rather just simplify it

simply requries taking color channels of 3 different images and placing them in a new one...lots of fun with black and white images.

thanks in advance.

deus_ex_machina 08-22-2005 12:49 PM

you could make action droplets or saved actions in PS. You record your steps and save them to reapply later with click of a button. I've done that rather than trying to write plugins. I think you need Photoshop SDK or something. Here are some leads...

http://fraktali.849pm.com/photoshop.html
http://www.photoshopsupport.com/
these sites should help :)

MadSkillzMan 08-22-2005 03:45 PM

oh nice thats EXACTLY what im looking for. And then what to recall it? it just shows up in filters er what?

and are you a developer? i know the SDK is like 200$

deus_ex_machina 08-22-2005 04:40 PM

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Originally Posted by MadSkillzMan
oh nice thats EXACTLY what im looking for. And then what to recall it? it just shows up in filters er what?

and are you a developer? i know the SDK is like 200$

Here are screenshots of where actions are and where to create an action droplet. You name an action, hit record, do all your steps, hit stop, and the action is saved in the pane. To use, select your saved action and hit play. You could also automate it into a droplet that resides in a folder or on the desktop to drop your images onto. I prefer doing it in PS but if its straight resizing, use a droplet.


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