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How to install Canon Print Studio Pro in Lightroom Classic and Photoshop

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Apr 01, 2019

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Here are some helpful instructions for you Windows 10 users. I had a really hard time trying to figure this out and since Canon doesn't want to write proper instructions on how to install this software I did the job for them. So here it is. Let me know if you have any problems.

ADOBE LIGHTROOM CLASSIC INSTALLION GUIDE

-Download the studio pro driver https://www.canon-europe.com/support/consumer_products/products/printers/inkjet/pixma_pro_series/pix...)

-This is a type of zip file open and install it.
-When it asks you for a folder to install it into pick the MODULE folder in Adobe Lightroom Folder.

-Once installed go to the MODULE folder where you installed the plug-in.
-once the module folder is opened scroll down and look for PSETUP or PSETUP2 file.
-Click either file to run the plug-in installer
-After you click next you will need to select a folder inside Adobe Lightroom (the MODULE Folder) to install the plug-in to.
-Once you select the folder then select Lightroom under the Compatible Application section then hit next.
-Exit once complete.

-Now open Lightroom and test. (you must have a catalog open to see if this works)
-click on file then select Plug-ins, then you should see the canon studio pro option.
-Open to make sure it works.

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

-Start the plug-in software from the previous location.
-If you are installing only for Photoshop, once you download the software install the Plug-in in the ADOBE photoshop folder.
-Once the software is installed open the folder location where it was installed then scroll down to the file name PSETUP or PSETUP2
-Click on PSETUP or 2, when the software asks for the specific location for the plug click the browse button.
-Find the Photoshop folder inside the ADOBE folder, then select the PLUG-IN folder then click select.
-When you get back to the main selection, select photoshop, then hit next and you're done.

-Now check in photoshop by selecting an image and opening it in photoshop.
-click on file, then automate, and there you should be able to see the Canon Studio pro option.

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How to install Canon Print Studio Pro in Lightroom Classic and Photoshop

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Here are some helpful instructions for you Windows 10 users. I had a really hard time trying to figure this out and since Canon doesn't want to write proper instructions on how to install this software I did the job for them. So here it is. Let me know if you have any problems.

ADOBE LIGHTROOM CLASSIC INSTALLION GUIDE

-Download the studio pro driver https://www.canon-europe.com/support/consumer_products/products/printers/inkjet/pixma_pro_series/pix...)

-This is a type of zip file open and install it.
-When it asks you for a folder to install it into pick the MODULE folder in Adobe Lightroom Folder.

-Once installed go to the MODULE folder where you installed the plug-in.
-once the module folder is opened scroll down and look for PSETUP or PSETUP2 file.
-Click either file to run the plug-in installer
-After you click next you will need to select a folder inside Adobe Lightroom (the MODULE Folder) to install the plug-in to.
-Once you select the folder then select Lightroom under the Compatible Application section then hit next.
-Exit once complete.

-Now open Lightroom and test. (you must have a catalog open to see if this works)
-click on file then select Plug-ins, then you should see the canon studio pro option.
-Open to make sure it works.

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

-Start the plug-in software from the previous location.
-If you are installing only for Photoshop, once you download the software install the Plug-in in the ADOBE photoshop folder.
-Once the software is installed open the folder location where it was installed then scroll down to the file name PSETUP or PSETUP2
-Click on PSETUP or 2, when the software asks for the specific location for the plug click the browse button.
-Find the Photoshop folder inside the ADOBE folder, then select the PLUG-IN folder then click select.
-When you get back to the main selection, select photoshop, then hit next and you're done.

-Now check in photoshop by selecting an image and opening it in photoshop.
-click on file, then automate, and there you should be able to see the Canon Studio pro option.

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I've got the plug-in running in Lightroom from the following folder:

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I had it running in Photoshop at one time, but every time Photoshop updates the folder has to be copied, and I finally quit bothering with it. Frankly, I don't know why anyone really wants to bother with Print Studio Pro. There's nothing magical about it in my opinion. It's easier to print from either Lightroom or Photoshop, and there is more flexibility in either one of those programs then there is in PSP. The Canon instructions are really poor. I had to mess around with things for a while before I got it to work, and I can't tell you now what finally did work. PSP still works in Lightroom, I think. But if it ever stopped working I wouldn't worry about it. It doesn't enhance my workflow at all.

Incidentally, the path I am illustrating is on Windows 10. I'm sure you'll be able to tell. But, just in case....

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As a new user and after several hours I got PSP to work as a plug-in in LR Classic CC. Guzman07's instructions are good but a bit more (or less) is required. Guzman07's link to download the driver is good. However, the MODULE folder referenced by Guzman07 is confusing because LR contains several such folders but named 'Modules'. I found my existing plug-ins at \Users\myname\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Lightroom\Modules but I was not able to save the output of PSETUP/PSETUP2 at that location...so create a new folder wherever you like and direct the output to that folder.  PSETUP/PSETUP2 will create a new folder in the folder you select with the name 'CNPSPPILR.lrdevplugin'.  Having done this you must add the plug-in to LR by using the Lightroom Plug-in Manager: click Add and navigate to the CNPSPPILR.lrdevplugin folder.  This worked for me.

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Print Studio Pro and Lightroom Classic CC - Canon Community

Just another Adobe customer; My Sys; APP: LRC 10.0, PS 22.0; CMP: WIN WS 16GB OS 10 v1909 (18363), mid 2015 MBPr 15” 16GB MACOS 10.15.7; 4K EXT DSPY; CAM: Canon 5D Mk III, Fuji X-T3

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Solution presented worked perfectly. Thanks for the instruction.

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All of a sudden the plug ins are not working in either PS or LR on imac High Sierra.  I downloaded agin and they show up as plugins but then I get an error message..."THE DESTINATION FOLDER FOR THIS OPERATION IS MISSING. /Library/Caches/Canon/PrintStudioPro/PrintStudioPro_LR_TEMP"   H.E.L.P.

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