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Using Brush in Photoshop

Community Beginner ,
Jul 23, 2023 Jul 23, 2023

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Hi, I created a brush in Adobe Capture and saved it in my library. Now, I would like to use it in Photoshop. So I tried to export it from my Capture libray as ABR (as explained in Adobe help). Unfortunatly that is not possible. I can only export it as a picture. ABR is greyed out. I tried on my iphone and on my ipad. Did not work on both. What did I do wrong? And is there any other way to make a brush usable in Photoshop? I can see the brushes in the Libray Window in Photoshop, but they seem to be greyed out as well. Any ideas?
Best regards, Nicole

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Aug 07, 2023 Aug 07, 2023

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There are a few restrictions concerning brushes created in Capture to be used in Photoshop

First of all, check you're using the PS compatible one (the 4 first ones), and a pixel (raster)  brush as opposite to a vector one (this won't work in Photoshop)

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 then use only Black and white (and not colour option)

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 This is my brush saved in a Library
and this is the result in Photoshop

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