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05-15-2010, 09:27 AM   #1
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Plug-ins for Adobe Elements

I found this free site with Plug-ins for Elements and was wondering if any were worth installing? Thank You

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Some of them look very useful to me.
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I have my share of plug-ins but none of those. I may be wrong but some of those are built in. High-pass sharpening for example. I will be trying the Gradient Blur from that list however, thanks for posting.

The plug-in I need is one that will really give me some batch capability including to run other plug-ins. Didn't see that in the free stuff of course.

EDIT - Wondering why the interface on most of those free plugins looked so old I did some research that will likely keep me from bothering to try any of them:

"Most of the free filter plugins were created with Adobe Filter Factory, which has not been updated since 1995. These FilterFactory plugins can be recognized by their zoomless preview, up to eight sliders with a triangular knob and a file size of 49,152 or 56,344 bytes. Whereas the majority of these thousands of plugins produce abstract, modern-art-like effects, which are barely useful in many cases, there are some plugins which produce nice and useful effects. But as FilterFactory doesn't support any sophisticated interpolation or antialiasing, several of these plugins produce hard edges in the image. "


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y'all may want to check out this site, a bunch of nice freeware plugins and a freeware plugin manager.
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