The Plug-ins and content provided on this page are compatible with:
- Photoshop CC 2019
- Photoshop CC 2018
- Photoshop CC 2017
- Photoshop CC 2015.5
- Photoshop CC 2015
- Photoshop CC 2014
- Photoshop CC
Note: Beginning with the October 2018 release of Photoshop CC (version 20.0), the 32-bit version of Windows is no longer supported. If you require a 32-bit version of Photoshop for compatibility with legacy plug-ins or device drivers, you can download an older 32-bit version of Photoshop.
For more information, see TWAIN scanner plug-in.
The TWAIN plug-in is not installed by default but is available via download.
On Mac OS, the plug-in is only available for the 64-bit version of Photoshop.
On Windows, the TWAIN plug-in is only available for use with a 32-bit version of Photoshop. Download an older 32-bit version of Photoshop for Windows.
The plug-ins for Alias, SGIRGB, SoftImage, HSB & HSL, Electric Image, and Wavefront RLA are not installed by default, but are available via download.
For more information, see Optional plug-ins.
MATLAB is a high-level technical computing language and interactive environment for algorithm development, data visualization, data analysis, and numeric computation.
Install the MATLAB plug-in:
Download the MATLAB plug-in package:
- Photoshop CC 2019: MATLAB plug-in for Windows
- Older versions:
Note: This package contains the MATLAB library and sample scripts for both English and Japanese.
After installing the MATLAB plug-in, you can view MATLAB image-processing results in Photoshop and combine MATLAB commands with Photoshop image-editing features.
For information on using MATLAB with Photoshop, see Photoshop and MATLAB.
Install the ScriptingListener plug-in:
After you unzip the package, you will see three folders:
- Sample Scripts
Copy the Utilities folders to the Photoshop plug-ins folder:
- Applications\Adobe Photoshop [Photoshop_version]\Plug-ins\
- (64 bit): Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop [Photoshop_version]\
- Photoshop CC 2018 and earlier - (32 bit): Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop [Photoshop_version] (32 bit)\
For information on the Photoshop Scripting SDK and using the ScriptingListener Plug-in, see the Photoshop Developer Center.
In past versions, customers could install Extension Plug-ins on Mac OS and registry keys on Windows to manage specialized behaviors in Photoshop such as overscrolling, VM buffering management, and disabling scratch disk compression.
In current versions of Photoshop, these behaviors are enabled through Photoshop's preferences or a "PSUserConfig.txt" file you place in your Photoshop Settings folder.
For more information, see Enable optional extensions.
To access the Texturizer filter, choose Filter > Filter Gallery. Then select the Texture folder and click Texturizer. Select the new presets from the Texture pop-up menu.
For more information on using Filter Gallery, see Filter basics.
Download the Shortcuts package:
After you download the Shortcuts package file above, double-click it to decompress it. If asked, extract all the files.
To install and use these keyboard shortcuts, double-click any of the included KYS files. Photoshop comes to the foreground, and prompts you to save any unsaved shortcuts you have. Adobe recommends that you name the resulting keyboard layouts by language, such as "French default" or "Japanese," although that is ultimately a matter of personal choice.
You can save these shortcuts wherever you want. But consider choosing the Photoshop folder, so you can remember where they are.
For more information, see Customize keyboard shortcuts.
Photoshop sample files are examples of files that can be created in Photoshop. They can help you learn Photoshop, by showing you the way documents can be created.