The Oil Paint Filter in Photoshop CC Adobe PhotoshopVideo Tutorials In this video, Julieanne demonstrates how to apply a painterly look to an image using the completely re-coded Oil Paint filter in the November release of Photoshop CC 2015. Adobe Photoshop, Video Tutorials Smart Objects and Smart Filters (45) by Julieanne Kost Posted on 11-30-2015 Prev Next Comments By Kelly Jones - 6:47 AM on December 2, 2015 Hi, My Oil Paint filter is greyed out, no matter what changes I make to the image. It is 8 bit and tried both with and without converting to a smart object. Can you help? Thanks, Kelly By Jeffrey Tranberry - 12:38 PM on December 3, 2015 See this topic: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/oil-paint-greyed-out.html By Alfie Wace - 9:14 PM on December 2, 2015 I use Adobe Photoshop CC, but I am not seeing “Oil Paint” in my Stylize Filters drop-down menu. ??? By Jeffrey Tranberry - 12:30 PM on December 3, 2015 See this topic: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/oil-paint-greyed-out.html Oil paint requires a newer card that supports OpenCL 1.1 By Randy Butters - 2:31 PM on December 3, 2015 Very informative & helpful as always! This feature is not supported by all graphics processors, a tidbit I discovered when looking into using this filter. By Ali - 8:05 PM on December 12, 2015 Hi, I have Window 10, I have purchased Asus laptop couple of months before, this laptop is supporting Opencl, I don’t see oil Paint filer at all in CC, My PS CC is showing as 2015 release, not 2015.1, how can I update PS CC.