That's an odd one. How are you trying to install the Brush set?
What operating system are you using?
I just Googled this link, but without knowing more about your setup, I can't say how appropriate it is
Wow you replied quick. I appreciate it.
I downloaded the ABR file from EA's website. I open CS6. I select my brush, open the brush window, bring up the drop down, and select 'Load Brush'. I then choose the ABR file, and am lead to that error message.
I have even tried just placing the ABR file in the brush folder myself in C:>ProgramFiles>Adobe>PS>Presets>Brushes. Then opening Photoshop, and it's still not working.
I am using Photoshop CS6 on Windows 8 64-bit.
Turn on 'Show hidden files' from Windows Explorer, and place the abr file in (from memory so might be a wee bit out)
c:\Users\your user name\app data\roaming\Adobe\adobe photoshop CS6\presets\brushes
I _think_ that is valid for CS6.
If you still have problems please post the link to the brush set here.
Anyone... is there a difference between Mac and PC abr files?
You were spot on with the path. It however... did not work .
I have since downloaded and loaded into Photoshop a different ABR file, and it worked fine. I'm starting to think EA did me dirty here.
Here is a url to the download from EA: http://vassets.ea.com/Assets/Resources/File/madden-uniform-design-packet-1.zip
It comes in a compressed folder with some other assets.
The abr file does not work for me either, but the two Illustrator files open OK as do the JPGs.
I am wondering if the abr file is for Mac systems - I don't know if there is a difference. I was unable to follow the link back to test that theory. http://vassets.ea.com/ doesn't open, and adding to the link gives a page not found. Do you have a link to the page you found the link on?
No it doesn't open in Mac or the freeware ABR Viewer.
If this software company is reputable an email or phone call to them should get this settled.
If not, you can dispute the charge. 30-45 days depending on the bank.
Photoshop's presets do not differ between platforms.
I took a look - and that ABR file is corrupt. Something has written zeros over the beginning of the file, and in a few other places.
I could only recover bits and pieces of it - not enough to be useful, though.