I've just upgraded to a new Mac (M1 Chip), and my favourite plug-in for animation between Photoshop & After Effects, is not appearing in Photoshop.
The plug in is "Timelord" from, BattleAxe.co, it's working fine in After Effects but not appearing at all in Photoshop. Is it supposed to show up under Plug-Ins? I feel like im missing something, or being stupid.
I've tried uninstalling / reinstalling, photoshop and the plugin. I've checked all permissions in mac settings, still nothing.
Any help would be welcome!
If you are using the M1 native apps (some are in beta), you WILL need ALL NEW plug-ins - you'll be starting again and many will never be available, or could take years. This happens with every new architecture, but memories are short. You can run many M1 apps under Rosetta; you now lose all the performance benefits but your intel plug-ins should mostly work.
I've got this working on an older version, 22.1 rather than the 22.3 which I had installed. Im now seeing the 'Extensions (legacy)' dropdown under Window. This wasn't showing up in the latest version.
The plugin might need to be re-written for the M1 processor.
Could you try opening Photoshop in Rosetta mode (right-click on the Ps program in your applications folder, select Get info, check Rosetta, or emulation.)
Thank you so much! The Rosetta check box worked to show Timelord plug in.