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Adjusting Neural filter settings

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Feb 24, 2024 Feb 24, 2024

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How do I adjust a neural filter after it has been applied?

For example the colorize filter allows us to change saturation and color before applying it. But how do I get the adjustments panel to appear after applying the filter?

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Community Expert , Feb 24, 2024 Feb 24, 2024

Neural filters work like the other filters, where they are applied as permanent edits to the layer. So, like all other filters, if you want to be able to edit the filter settings later, convert the layer to a Smart Object first. That will allow reversible edits to that layer.

 

You can do that by choosing Layer > Smart Objects > Convert to Smart Object, or Filter > Convert for Smart Filters.

 

Then you can edit it like any other Smart Object: In the Layers panel, double-click the filter name lis

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Feb 24, 2024 Feb 24, 2024

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Neural filters work like the other filters, where they are applied as permanent edits to the layer. So, like all other filters, if you want to be able to edit the filter settings later, convert the layer to a Smart Object first. That will allow reversible edits to that layer.

 

You can do that by choosing Layer > Smart Objects > Convert to Smart Object, or Filter > Convert for Smart Filters.

 

Then you can edit it like any other Smart Object: In the Layers panel, double-click the filter name listed below the Smart Object layer, and your previously applied filter settings can be changed.

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Indeed, working non-destructively is generally good policy. 

 

Or, @Bob_Watford , did you mean editing an applied Smart Filter? 

Could you please post screenshots with the pertinent Panels (Toolbar, Layers, Options Bar, …) visible? 

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