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After updating to Photoshop CC 2018 and Bridge CC 2018 the Image Processor Pro (IPP) does not display under the Bridge > Tools > Photoshop menu.

The IPP dependencies were copied from the Photoshop 2017 to Photoshop 2018. The IPP can be accessed from Photoshop CC 2018 > File > Automate > Image processor Pro.. but not from Bridge CC 2018.

Currently, Photoshop CC 2017 and Bridge CC 2917 are installed locally and the IPP does display under the Bridge > Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor Pro...

Which IPP version have Mac users been able to successfully install in Bridge CC 2018 in OSX High Sierra?

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OSX High Sierra

MacBook Pro 2015

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Image Processor Pro not available in Bridge CC 2018

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After updating to Photoshop CC 2018 and Bridge CC 2018 the Image Processor Pro (IPP) does not display under the Bridge > Tools > Photoshop menu.

The IPP dependencies were copied from the Photoshop 2017 to Photoshop 2018. The IPP can be accessed from Photoshop CC 2018 > File > Automate > Image processor Pro.. but not from Bridge CC 2018.

Currently, Photoshop CC 2017 and Bridge CC 2917 are installed locally and the IPP does display under the Bridge > Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor Pro...

Which IPP version have Mac users been able to successfully install in Bridge CC 2018 in OSX High Sierra?

Environment:

OSX High Sierra

MacBook Pro 2015

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Make sure all the bridges startup scripts are enabled

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Yes, I checked that. They are all enabled and I am not able to see the IPP in Br CC 2018.

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Are you sure you have all the startup scripts I show enabled on your system. Including Image Processor Pro start up script. it is in this folder and its name is photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx  from the image processor pro download.

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The photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx is not listed in the OSX Bridge start up scripts and I have no way of enable it.

The files is located in the Photoshop directory according to the installation instructions for a Mac.

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I use windows you may have found a mac problem the Startup script seems to be "Dr. Browns's Services" which you show as checked in your Bridge Startup Scripts.

If you look in "photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx" you should see this

// (c) Copyright 2008.  Adobe Systems, Incorporated.  All rights reserved.

/*

@@@BUILDINFO@@@ Dr. Brown's Services.jsx 2.1.9

*/

/*

@@@START_XML@@@

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<ScriptInfo xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xml:lang="en_US">

    <dc:title>Dr. Brown's Services</dc:title>

    <dc:description>This script enables a great set of tools from the one and only, Dr. Brown.</dc:description>

</ScriptInfo>

@@@END_XML@@@

*/

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In a Mac the startup script photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx is listed as the Dr.Brown's Services under the Bridge preferences Startup Scripts.

To correct the issue, I have disabled/enabled all scripts, remove/reinstall/re-enable the script without success.

Now, in Bridge CC 2017 the IPP is listed under the Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor Pro..

Apparently Bridge CC 2018 is not able to communicate with the script.

Has anyone using a Mac with OSX High Sierra been able to successfully install an run the IPP?

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I am also having this same problem, all the script files are in the correct location but the script does not appear in photoshop or bridge. This has not been a problem for me with the past few versions of OSX/Photoshop

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So far the those reporting this problem are  Using CC 2018 on a Mac.

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Check and see if the IPP listed under PSCC 2018 > About Plugins.

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It shows up like yours in the "About Plug-ins" but does not appear under "File > Scripts"

Thanks xbytor!

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I'm not ignoring you folks. Waiting for a new CC key from Adobe then I'll try and get this straightened out.

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Same here on El Capitan. Bridge 2018 does not load any of the scripts, but NIK. They are enabled in the preferences, but are actually not in the Bridge Script folder. I have copied them in there manually from Photoshop, but Bridge gives error messages.

They work fine when I start them from Photoshop.

UPDATE: Had to install the latest Photoshop and then manually copy the scripts and presets over from the previous version, then Bridge  2018 recognized them. Take a note of the folder hosting the xml presets from IPP if you use them; IPP will not find them on first run !!

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Yeah I can get IPP to show up in the Tools>Photoshop Menu in Bridge if I copy the script file to Bridge's Startup Scripts folder, but it just launches Photoshop and then does nothing...I just tried the latest update for everything as well and no dice...Would REALLY like my output recipes back, I forgot how terrible the built in image processor is!

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I was able to move all IPP files from the old photoshop script folders to the new by hand.

Same in Bridge and then started everything again and it worked.

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I have tried to follow this thread but I'm struggling. Can someone enlighten me, please?

I used to use Image Processor Pro as an extension in version 2015 and have files stored on a separate hard drive as an installation backup. The file is "ImageProcessorPro-3_2b5.zxp"

But I cannot find extension manager not can I see how to add these from the desktop Creative Cloud app. I cannot get to the Adobe extension web page, it just doesn't want to load.

I'm running PS CC v2018 on a Win10 machine.

Will this file run on my version of PS CC? If so, how do I install it?

I know I'm a bit dim but this is driving me mad.

Thanks.

Ben

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The zxp file will not work with any CC releases. You will have to do an install with the zip file. Installation instructions are included. I'm not sure if they work for v2018 (the only problems I've heard of are on the Mac) but I am working on a new release that I hope to kick out the door that has a few new features and bug fixes.

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awesome! do you have a mailing list or anything of the like that you use to notify people of new releases? I still haven't gotten cc 2018 to work on my mac but have been making due with the stock image processor in the meantime. would love to know when there's a new version

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When I drop a new release, I post in the scripting forum and the main PS forum.

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I have followed your directions and manually installed the files highlighted in the folders required for mu 64-bit Win 10 machine. I ran the script from Bridge. PS crashed but, I re-ran the script from Bridge and everything worked well so I am thinking that all is well until you succeed in creating a stable version for PS 2018.

Thanks for your help.

Ben

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Hi there xbytor!

All was working on CC 2019 (or 20 but I do not see that in applications) until the last update

Bridge is now 9.0.3.279

PS 20.0.4 now it does not. Says to refer to the log.

I have done the "usual manual install of IPP.

The regular Image processor does work.

Of course I have to process a big bunch of files....

Do you have an idea?

Many thanks as always,

Jessica

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What does not work? On Windows IPP seems to wor fine

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Happy for you!

I am on Mac

Mojave  10.14.4

The IPP window opens from Bridge, but it does not process the files.

Says to check the log. The log says Error

I get the empty sub folders with the correct names.

Still using IPP-3_2b5 version

Thanks

Jessica

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You will most likely need to do the manual install document in Image Processor Pro document and Mac user have reported that the Bridge startup script for ipp is listed as Dr Browns Services.

Image Processor Pro Manual Installations

Follow these four steps to installing the files into the correct location on your Macintosh or PC

computer. The path location for the files is indicated in red. {Version} should be replaced by

the version of Adobe Photoshop installed.

Macintosh Users:

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Step 1 – Locate the files named Image Processor Pro.jsx, Image Processor

Pro.xml, and the folders icons and Image Processor Pro in the downloaded folder.

a. Image Processor Pro.jsx

b. Image Processor Pro.xml

c. icons

d. Image Processor Pro

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Step 2 –Place these four items from Step 1 into the Scripts folder. Open your

Macintosh hard disk window (originally named Macintosh HD which is the Root System).

Place the 4 items as follows.

Applications / Adobe Photoshop {Version} / Presets / Scripts

Remember; only move these four files to this location.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Step 3 – Locate the file named photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx from the downloaded

folder.

a. photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Step 4 – Place this one item into the Adobe Photoshop startup folder at the following location

on your computer:

(Macintosh HD) Root System / Library / Application Support / Adobe / Startup Scripts

{Version} / Adobe Photoshop

Remember; only move this one file to this location.

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Yes indeed.

I am processing urgent stuff through the "regular and not so many options" IP but I have captured images of an old thread (I am the Chica Sands strange I must have changed my ID... )

I will have a look into that later.

Many thanks for your help !!!

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I had the same problem but I think I found a way to fix it, at least for Windows 7.

I've installed the IPP manually.  I could see IPP in Photoshop CC 2018 (File / Automate / ...), but I could not use it from Bridge CC 2018 (Tools / Photoshop /).  What worked for me in the end:

1. Open Bridge CC 2018

2. Open Preferences / Startup Scripts (That is, Ctrl-K, then click on Startup Scripts).  Note that "Dr. Brown's Services" was there and was highlighted.

3. Click on "Reveal My Startup Scripts".  This will open the folder when your personal Bridge startup scripts are.  In my case, the folder is "C:\Users\[MY USER NAME]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Bridge CC 2018\Startup Scripts"

4. Copy the file "photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx" to that folder.

5. Restart Bridge CC 2018

After these steps I can see "Image Processor Pro" in the Bridge's "Tools/Photoshop" menu.

TL;DR:   If you installed everything as you should and it still doesn't work, try copying the file "photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx" in the folder with your personal Bridge startup scripts. In my case, the folder is "C:\Users\[MY USER NAME]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Bridge CC 2018\Startup Scripts"

NOTE: When I remove "photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx" from this folder, I don't see IPP in the Bridge any more.  When I copy it again, I see IPP in the Bridge again.

I hope this is helpful for someone.  I, for certain, love having my old workflow back.

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Has anyone found a work around for the Image Processor Pro (IPP) in Photoshop CC 2018 19.1.2 in Mac OSX High Sierra? Still unable to use IPP in PSCC 2018.

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Spent some other hours trying... I think it works.

I run High Sierra 10.13.4 for imac and macbook pro.

Nothing worked on my laptop. Been uninstalling PS CC2018 then Bridge, X bytor's wonderful 3_2b5 version, the last one he has released, but nothing in Tools, never, rebooting etc... nothing.

BUT it works on my iMac  - where I can also see my old Dr Brown 2.3.4 in Bridge Tools.

So, I have re - downloaded Dr Brown's last "Services installer 2.3.1" with the manual install for his last version of Image Processor Pro.

FIX for me:

And I added his Dr Brown Services.jsx to Bridge's Stratup scripts alongside to the actual bridge-8.jsx

Root/ library/ Application Support/ Adobe/ startup scripts CC/ Adobe Brige CC 2018/Dr Brown Services.jsx

Then reopened bridge > Tools > Dr Brown Services >Image processor pro !!!!

With all Xbytor's last corrections...

So I note that you need

the last of Old Dr Brown Image processor pro

and

the last Xbytor version

I hope this works for you.

Jessica

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I was able to successfully install IPP after reading the post from Chica_Sands. Thank you Chica_Sands for sharing your process. It made a big difference.

What I did different this time was to deviate from the step 4 in the installation pdf (manual installation for a Macintosh users).  Instead of placing the file photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx in the Adobe Photoshop directory, the file was placed in the Adobe Bridge CC 2018 directory. This enabled the IPP to display in the Bridge > Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor Pro ... and run the IPP UI.

In the Bridge Preferences, Startup Scripts the photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx file is listed with the name Dr.Brown's Services.

File path

Mac HD/Root System/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Startup Script CC/Adobe Bridge CC 2018/photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx

Envirionment

MBP OSX High Sierra (10.13.4)

Photoshop CC 2018 (19.1.3)

Bridge CC 2018 (8.0.1.282)

IPP (3_2b5)

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I have tried installing the following ways with High Sierra 10.13.3:

  • 1) Manual install with Dr. Brown's last version, placing Dr Brown Services.jsx in /Library/Application\ Support/Adobe/Bridge\ Ctup\ Scripts/Dr\ Brown\ Services.jsx
  • 2) Manual install with photoshop_ximage_processor_pro.jsx in place of the above file (but using Dr Brown's original files in Photoshop/Scripts). No dice.
  • 3) Manual install using IPP (3_2b5) and Polycontrast's instructions. No dice.
  • 4) I've also manually created a startup scripts folder for Photoshop (it doesn't exist on Mac with CC). No dice.

All of these variations function in Photoshop and show up in Bridge. When launching from Bridge into Photoshop, it just doesn't load the files or the UI. If I launch within Photoshop, I get the UI and it runs properly. So what I'm missing is the ability to run it from Bridge.

What ended up working for me-

  1. Download Dr Brown's original service pack here
  2. Manual install of Image Processor in Presets/Scripts (per Dr. Brown's installation).
  3. Manual install of /Library/Application\ Support/Adobe/StartupC/Adobe\ Photoshop/Dr Brown Services.jsx (ROOT! not USER!)
  4. Manual install of /Library/Application\ Support/Adobe/Startup\ Scripts\ CC/Adobe\ Bridge\ CC\ 2018/Dr\ Brown\ Services.jsx (ROOT! not USER!)
  5. Restart computer
  6. See if it works!

Adobe bridge launches with Image Processor Pro showing up, it will also launch the UI in Photoshop from bridge.

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When I click on the link for Dr. Brown's original service pack that you posted, I get the message "not found".

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Nice catch!

The link has changed. Here it is:

http://www.russellbrown.com/images/tips_downloads/OpenSource.zip

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Thanks for the updated link!

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Hello

I did not post the original pack.

You can find it on

http://www.russellbrown.com/scripts.html

In the open source section

Dr brown services

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Le 14 mai 2018 à 22:14, michaelm36303692 <forums_noreply@adobe.com> a écrit :

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When I click on the link for Dr. Brown's original service pack that you posted, I get the message "not found".

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Worth noting that my fix above still works for 2018, flawlessly, on multiple machines.

If you have it working in CC 2018 and kept the folder like a good friend and want it to work in CC 2019:

Copy

Image Processor Pro.jsx

Image Processor Pro.xml

From

from Adobe Photoshop CC 2018/Presets/Scripts/

To Adobe Photoshop CC 2019/Presets/Scripts/

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Can confirm that this worked for me on 2019 as well

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It allows Image Processor Pro to work from Photoshop on images selected in Bridge, that is the main thing. I have come to terms with the fact that this is now a two stage process, where images are selected in Bridge, then I must go to the Photoshop menu to run the Image Processor Pro function. Trying to run it from the Bridge menu just conveniently opens Photoshop for me where I just run it from that menu.

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So you want to run a script on selected files in Bridge that opened them in Photoshop and continued itself?

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Yes, I used to do it all from Bridge. Select the images then run the Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor Pro from the Bridge menu. In the process Bridge would open Photoshop and initiate the Image Processor Pro script. I had Bridge open on one screen and Photoshop on the other. Now I do the same, but Bridge only opens photoshop—I have to locate the Image Processor Pro script in the Photoshop menu to continue the process.

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Can you post screen cautires the shows your problems.  I hade not Problems one windows 10 installing and using Images processor Pro in CC 2018 and CC 2019  Adobe Bridge and Pgotoshop.

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Big thank You to @canvokey 

step by step works on my OSX 10.14 + PS 2021 / Bridge 2021.
Regular " imageprocessor " is really crippled ...




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