The following photo programs can be used as plug-in versions in your
main photo editor:
The plug-in is installed automatically in Adobe Photoshop
. You can run the
plug-in from the Filter | Two Pilots... menu.
If the plug-in does not appear in the Filter menu, copy the *.8bf
file to the Adobe Photoshop plug-ins folder (typically, "c:\Program
Files\Adobe\Photoshop 6.0\Plug-Ins\") .
If you don't need the program to work as a plug-in, uncheck the "Adobe Photoshop" checkbox.
For other photo editors, copy the *.8bf file to the plug-ins folder or specify its location.
The *.8bf file is located in the "C:\Program Files\Two Pilots\Photo Plugins" folder.
Please see more details on how to install the program as a plug-in for:
When the plug-in starts, a window with the image opens. After editing the image, click “OK” on the tools panel to transfer the edited image to the main program, or click “Cancel” to close the plug-in window and cancel your changes.
Two ways to add a Pilot plugin to Photoshop:
- Copy the Pilot plugin file (for example, RetouchPilotPlugin64.8bf) from
the plugin folder (for example, C/Program Files/Retouch Pilot) to the
Photoshop->Plug-ins folder ( C/Program Files/Adobe/Adobe Photoshop
SC4/Plug-ins). Restart Photoshop.
- In the Photoshop menu, go to Edit -> Preferences -> Plug-Ins. Click the
Additional Plug-Ins. Folder option and paste the link into the Pilot plugin
folder (for example, C/Program Files/Retouch Pilot). Restart Photoshop.
Your Pilot plugin should appear in the Photoshop Filter list.