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    Filters In AR3

    I am wondering where do we go to add filters to the user folder in AR3. Are there any that are already in AR3 and I just can't find them?

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    If you do a search for free Photoshop filters, you'll find hundreds possibly thousands.

    Most will come as a zip file or an .exe file.

    The zip file you can extract into the filters folder and if it's an .exe file, they usually let you specify which folder to put them in.

    Or, once you have them on your hard drive, you can use Edit, ArtRage Preferences, Filters and click the plus sign to tell AR where to locate your filters.

    You might have to restart AR so the program can pick them up.

    You can also place filters manually by putting them in:

    Your hard drive letter, Program Files, Ambient Design, ArtRage Studio Pro, Resources, Filters.

    Hope this helps,

    Judith
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    Michal, Judith, Thank you so much for your help. I cannot always figure out how to do some of these things on my own, but with your help I managed to add a filter and now that I know how........ I have Photoshop CS3 and had wondered how I could use the filters. Filters can dramatically change how a painting looks. I like having that ability without having to go into Photoshop.

    I really do appreciate the generosity of you and our other experts in sharing your experience with us. It does help smooth out the frustration of wanting to use AR3 to the full and not being able to understand all the features. Thank you again for your kindness.

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