Finding downloaded plug-ins for PSP

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danasbike
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Finding downloaded plug-ins for PSP

Postby danasbike » Fri Feb 23, 2007 1:55 am

I am sort of a rookie with my PSP and am wondering where to find the plug-ins I have downloaded. I am also wondering where to find a better selection of picture frames as my PSP selection is limited. Thanks!

ArticWolf
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Postby ArticWolf » Tue Apr 03, 2007 7:30 pm

It appears that when you d/load you are loosing your Plugins...is this correct?

If you want frames and all kinds of neat stuff to use with PSP ..try joining a few PSP groups...ppl like to share tons of stuff...if you want a few groups...PM me , i'll give u a few.

...............................................ArticWolfImage

MonicaW
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Postby MonicaW » Tue Apr 03, 2007 10:00 pm

As a rookie, most folks do not realize that PSP Album, PSP Studio and PSP 8 thru XI resources generally work together. There are exceptions, but generally frames are not among those exceptions in the versions mentioned. Various versions also come with edges/photo edges and mats/mattes which can really add to the overall look.

Jasc/Corel official free sources:
newsletter (1 frame + one tube every month, visit archive and pull installer files from each monthly newsletter yourself. I do this and change the install path to a newsletter folder I created in "My Documents". otherwise get lost after a reinstall.)
http://www.corel.com/servlet/Satellite/us/en/Content/1152796557234

Creative downloads: older newsletters and older components
http://www.corel.com/servlet/Satellite/us/en/Content/1152796556267

PSP8 components: tube converter can be handy
http://www.jasc.com/support/customercar ... onents.asp

PSP Studio components: see PSP9 components.

PSP9 components: you'll want the shapes and help files too.
http://www.jasc.com/support/customercare/articles/psp9components.asp

3rd party free sources:
Best bet:
PSPlinks.com [no longer updated, dead links, but still very helpful]
http://www.psplinks.com/content/Frames_Downloads.html

main site:http://www.psplinks.com/

from the PSPlinks listings:
Joe Cilinceon's Frames: http://www.justkiss.com/gallery/nightingail/picframes1.htm

PSP Art Resources: http://www.digitalartresources.com/Frames/page1.htm

Agent X: frames for 9,X, XI
http://psp-x.com/Frames/frames1.htm

Ivy's Frames
http://ivysgraphics.topcities.com/psp_frames/page1.html

How to matte your image:
http://www.fortunecity.com/westwood/alaia/354/tutorials/matting/index.html

List of tutorials to make your own frames:
http://www.psplinks.com/content/Framing_Effects.html

Janetb4oz
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Rookie Question

Postby Janetb4oz » Thu Apr 26, 2007 2:51 am

Hi there,

When you download from a site you are asked where you would like it to go to - if it's a zip file I put it on my Desktop. If it's just the plugin itself I have a folder in my PC where I keep all my stuff for PSP (like Tubes in their folder, graphics in theirs etc) called Plugins and in that folder there are subfolders for each of the plugins. I don't load them into PSP because it makes PSP run really slowly and if you have too many in there it will crash.

If you're not sure where they've gone when you've downloaded them, try doing a search for the name of the plugin - that may help you out.

Hope this helps a little - :)
Cheers,
Janet
Cheers,
Janet


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