Filter Unlimited

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  • #69818
    juan perez
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    Can any one let me know how to add filters to Filters Unlimited 2.0?

    #69823
    Cassel
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    I will be waiting for someone else to help you as I rarely use that particular filter.

    #69832
    Lyn Lou
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    There is an Import button at the bottom of the menu (left side), you can import (old) .8bf plugins into an existing database or one that you created.

    Once in the database, select the database button next to the import button, and select the name of the database you wish to use, ie Photos.db, the photos plugins should appear in the filters menu.

    Most, not all .8bf plugins work on Filters Unlimited.

    You may find some plugins that are already setup for Filters unlimited, these files are .ffx files these can be added directly inside the Filters unlimited Folder, in one of the database Folders. (Database Folders names end in .db)

    Below are a few example names of Filters Unlimited Plugin Database Folder and filter Files that can be found in the Filters Unlimited Plugin Folder. You can create your own database for each plugin.  Inside these folders you will find the .FFX files these are pre- imported Filters Unlimited plugins.  (One folder per plugin, ie all Background plugin files are in Background.db folder).

    Example Folders;
    AFXFilters.db
    ICNETFilters.db
    Background.db
    Photosfix.db
    AndrewsFilters.db

    Example plugins (inside database folders)
    __Background_ – _Smoke.ffx
    __Background_ – _Splash.ffx
    __Background_ – _Swirl.ffx

    I hope that Helps
    Lyn

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    #69951
    juan perez
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    • Rookie

    Thanks for the reply, I was able to be able to use them

    #70008
    Marie-Claire
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    thank you Lyn, I did use filter Unlimited, but still didn’t quite understand importing and understanding a new database.
    Clearly explained, thanks.

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