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Q

How do I get PortraitPro Body Studio to work as a plug-in to Lightroom?


A To set up PortraitPro Body Studio as an external editor for Lightroom, please follow these steps:

Windows:

  • Open Lightroom and in the menu go to Edit->Preferences...

  • In the "Additional External Editor" section, press the "Choose" button on the right for choosing the application. A new dialog will pop up asking for the location of the program to run.

    PortraitPro Body Studio is usually located at "C:\Program Files\PortraitPro Body Studio 2\PortraitProBody.exe"

    Try pasting in this path if you are not sure. Then press "Choose" to dismiss the dialog.

  • For the "File Format" please select TIFF. The other settings can be chosen as you wish (for example: "Color Space": sRGB, "Bit Depth":8 bits/component, "Resolution":240, "Compression": LZW ).

  • Press the "OK" button to dismiss the Preferences dialog.

  • PortraitPro Body Studio is now set up as an external editor for your images. You can now select a picture in your library, right click and choose "Edit In" and then "Edit in PortraitPro Body Studio".

Mac:

  • Open Lightroom and in the menu go to Lightroom->Preferences...

  • In the "Additional External Editor" section, press the "Choose" button on the right for choosing the application. A new dialog will pop up asking for the location of the program to run.

    PortraitPro Body Studio Plugin is usually located at "/Applications/PortraitProBodyStudioPlugin".

    Try pasting in the path if you are not sure. Then press "Choose" to dismiss the dialog.

  • For the "File Format" please select TIFF. The other settings can be chosen as you wish (for example: "Color Space": sRGB, "Bit Depth":8 bits/component, "Resolution":240, "Compression": LZW ).

  • Close the Preferences dialog.

  • PortraitPro Body Studio is now set up as an external editor for your images. You can now select a picture in your library, right-click or ctrl-click and choose "Edit In" and then "Edit in PortraitProBodyStudioPlugin".