Adobe Pixel Bender Plug-In for Adobe Photoshop CS5

Adobe Pixel Bender Plug-In for Adobe Photoshop CS5

Description: The Adobe Pixel Bender Plug-in for Adobe Photoshop CS5 supports processing of Pixel Bender filters on images opened in Photoshop CS5. These filters can be executed on the graphics card (GPU) or CPU of a computer. Pixel Bender customers as well as members of the Adobe Pixel Bender team have authored the filters that are included in this download.

Notes:
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http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/pixelbenderplugin.html

32 and 64 bit MXP Plug-Ins available for download at link above.

Release Date: 08/16/10

5 Responses to Adobe Pixel Bender Plug-In for Adobe Photoshop CS5

  1. René Frej Nielsen says:

    And how do we deploy this silently to multiple Macs and Windows machines?

  2. Jody Rodgers says:

    Good question. Not through AAMEE actually. I should of called that out. Basically I would consider this a file/path post-deployment component to install. Depending on your deployment tool set this should be fairly straightforward. If you run into issues please let me know.

    Jody Rodgers
    Product Manager, Enterprise & Volume Customers
    Creative Suite

  3. René Frej Nielsen says:

    Will it work just by placing the file in the right path? If yes, then it’s no problem.

    • Jody Rodgers says:

      Hello René. That should be the case. Please let us know if that does not work out for you!

      Thanks,

      Jody Rodgers | Product Manager| Enterprise & Volume | Creative Suite

  4. Or, my trick of downloading the update on one client Mac, watch the ~/Library/Application Support/AAMUpdater/1.0/Install folder for the downloaded version of this update, and quickly (after it’s been downloaded, while it’s running/before the “Setup.dmg” is deleted, duplicating and then renaming the .dmg.

    The one AAM pulls down is usable via AAMEE – as that’s what I did.

    Should NOT have to jump through these hoops, however…