Problem with my Topaz clean 3

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I recently brought a Photoshop CS6 and topaz bundle kit. I installed it both. I want to know the effects in topaz software.

The Photoshop works well. But when I try to open Topaz clean 3, it suddenly crashes.

And give a crash message. I restart my PC and try to re-install it, no change.

Anyone know how to solve this problem ?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #136678

Problem with my Topaz clean 3

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There is something wrong with your installation of a Topaz Kit. I want you to reinstall it again and follow these steps.

Go to the Topaz Labs downloads page at:  www.topazlabs.com/downloads and click on the acceptable "Mac" or “Windows” button beneath the box image of the program you wish to start out your download and save the file to your desktop or downloads folder
Mac Installation:
 
1. When the file downloads, double-click to open the file .dmg.
 
2. Double-click on the program installer.                                                                                                            
 
3. Run the Topaz program installer. Please check that that Photoshop is closed whereas you're putting in. it'll automatically install the program within the correct Photoshop folder therefore all you'll have to be compelled to do is follow the on screen commands.
 
4. Once the program has successfully put in the user guide can pop up. currently you'll enter your trial or license key. To do this, please open up a picture in Photoshop and move to Filter -> Topaz Labs and choose the Topaz program that you just wish to use. Once the program opens move to Menu -> Enter Key. you'll then copy & pate or sort your key in. Then choose “OK” and your ready.
 
Windows Installation:
 
1. when the file downloads, double-click on the downloaded file
 
2. Double-click on the program installer.                                                                                                                  
  •   For Windows it'll be the “Program Name” with setup file                                                                              
3. at the moment run the installer for the Topaz program. Please check that that Photoshop is closed whereas you're putting in. it'll automatically install the program within the correct Photoshop folder therefore all you'll have to be compelled to do is follow the on screen commands.
 
4. Once the program has successfully put in the user guide can pop up. currently you'll enter your trial or license key. To do this, please open up a picture in Photoshop and move to Filter -> Topaz Labs and choose the Topaz program that you just wish to use. Once the program opens move to Menu -> Enter Key. you'll then copy & pate or sort your key in. Then choose “OK” and your ready.
 
Then try this:
 
1. Restart Photoshop, open a picture and head to Filter -> Topaz Labs to examine if your plug-ins are currently listed. 
 
2. If you continue to cannot see the plug-ins when you quit and restart Photoshop, attempt the following:
 
For Mac :
Go to HD -> Library -> Application Support -> Topaz Labs -> change -> Plugins.. Copy and paste the Topaz_adjust then plugin file into your Photoshop Plug-Ins folder. This is often sometimes located in Applications -> Adobe Photoshop CS3 -> Plug-Ins. Delete the TopazAdjust shortcut already in that folder, if there's one. Restart Photoshop and you will see it within the Filters menu.
 
For Windows:
Go to C:Programs Files > Topaz Labs > Topaz change > Plugins and replica and paste the tladjust.8bf file into your Photoshop Plug-Ins folder. this is often sometimes located in C:Program Files -> Adobe -> Adobe Photoshop CS3 -> Plug-Ins. Delete the TopazAdjust shortcut already in that folder, if there's one. Restart Photoshop and you will see it within the Filters menu.
 
The example given is with Topaz change. If it is a drawback with a special Topaz plug-in, simply replace "Adjust" with the suitable product name.
 
3. If you're still unable to access Topaz when doing the steps on top of then please do the following: 
 
Go to your preferences menu in Photoshop and choose Plug-ins. Check / enable the extra Plug-ins Folder choice then click select. After that, please navigate to: 
 
For Mac :
 
Macintosh HD > Library > Application Support > Topaz Labs > change > Plug-ins and choose the change plug-in.
 
For Windows: 
 
C: Program Files Topaz Labs change Plug-ins and choose the change plug-in.
 
Then click save / alright to save this back to Photoshop. Back in Photoshop click alright to save your changes,
Then restart Photoshop. Once Photoshop opens, head to your Filter menu and you ought to be able to access Topaz.
 

 

Answered By 566810 points N/A #136679

Problem with my Topaz clean 3

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Before installing and running Topaz Clean 3, make sure Adobe Photoshop is already installed because this plug-in requires a compatible host program editing application before it can be accessed. The Topaz Clean plug-in cannot be opened as a standalone application. There are Topaz plug-ins that don’t require host editors but the Topaz Clean plug-in is among the plug-ins that require a host editor.

The following are the plug-ins that don’t require a host editor:

  • * Impression
  • * Glow
  • * Texture Effects
  • * photoFXlab
  • * DeNoise 6
  • * ReMask 5

The following are the plug-ins that require a host editor:

  • * Adjust
  • * B&W Effects
  • * Clarity
  • * Clean
  • * DeJPEG
  • * Detail
  • * InFocus
  • * Lens Effects
  • * ReStyle
  • * Simplify
  • * Star Effects

Also, Topaz doesn’t support 32-bit operating systems. For Windows, it supports Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 all 64-bit. For Mac, it supports OS X 10.9 Mavericks up to 10.11 El Capitan.

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