Hi, I had to wipe my hard drive and reinstall Leopard (I don't want to upgrade to Snow Leopard, please - have my personal reasons) b/c my hard drive was getting too full and thus running out of virtual memory space with the result that some of my applications (i.e. comic life deluxe) wasn't behaving right. Since I wiped the hard drive, reinstalled, reinstalled/activated my Photoshop CS 4 and just updated it to v11.0.2, after adding my Extract Plus plug in back in, and in the process of doing this I noticed a "deinterlace" filter/plug-in in my PS filter/plug in's folder, and I'd like to know - how do I make this filter active/show up when I'm editing photos and I click on "filters"?
Also, how exactly do I use this filter to deinterlace photos that have interlacing in them?
Thanks in advance.
Check Image > Mode in the Menu Bar or the Document’s header (wher something like »Untitled-1 @ 100% (RGB/8)« may be written).
Certain Filters do not work on CMYK-images or bit-depths.
Changing CMYK to RGB is best done with Edit > Convert to Profile or, if you are certain the Working Spaces and other Color Settings are appropriate in this case, Image > Mode > RGB Color.