Pixel The Kid
Hi All - I am a new Filter Forge Pro user and I'm so glad to have this software. I'm not sure why I didn't pick this up earlier!
My question is, is there a place that I can download all of the filters? I have been going through and downloading the ones I can see but I'd really like to have them all downloaded and available inside filter forge. Is that possible?
|Posted: November 30, 2009 5:25 pm|
Welcome to the FF community!
AFAIK, there is no 'mega download' location. You probably wouldn't want all 6,000 anyway... so very much to look through. I'd recommend looking through the 'featured' part of the library first, and identifying the authors whose work you like, and then checking out their author pages.
|Posted: November 30, 2009 6:27 pm|
Welcome to Filter Forge community!
I was going to shoot you this link,
JB is on top of it.
Check it out. 7th from top from: KGtheway2B .
So much to learn, so little time.
|Posted: November 30, 2009 6:31 pm|
Pixel The Kid
Ah, that makes sense. Thanks for taking time to respond to my question. I'm very excited to learn this app. It will compliment my 3D work quite well and the price deal was fantastic. There are some really talented filter designers here including you guys for sure!
Thanks again for the warm welcome.
|Posted: November 30, 2009 6:53 pm|
if you use the 'old' method of downloading, it's pretty easy to get all the filters in a short time. it's still going to take some while due to the 6000+ count, but if you open up filter forge and go to the options and pick the 'obsolete' method of downloading, then hit the 'download more filters' button, you'll get a list of all filters in the library by category. using normal windows hotkeys/shortcuts, click on any category, click on the top filter and with that still highlighted, scroll down to the last filter in that same category and hold down the shift key while clicking on the last thumbnail. this will highlight ALL of the filters in that category and you then just hit the button to 'download these filters' or whatever that says over on the right. do that for each category and you've got all the filters in the library.
you can also order the cd/dvd from FF, inc. that has all of the current filters within the library. you'd then have to transfer those filters from the cd to the filter location within FF.
it would be nice if you could order the cd/dvd or make your own and then have FF simply use that cd as the folder to draw the filters from, but so far we cant do that.
If wishes were horses... there'd be a whole lot of horse crap to clean up!
|Posted: December 1, 2009 8:09 am|
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