Photoshop CC and Photoshop CC 2014 have the Perspective Warp feature.
If it should not work on your set-up make sure it meets the System (and GPU) requirements.
Also you may not want to post your email-address on Fora.
Thank you for your response. I installed Photoshop CC 2014 and for whatever reason, the Perspective Warp did NOT work. Adobe tech took command of my computer and tried to install drivers, but nothing and after an hour of doing this and that, he gave up, stated he'd call on Monday, but I am sure that is not forth coming. Do you have any other suggestions I can follow? I'm at my wits end and I'm losing money on a project. Robert Lightfoot
What are the Performance Preferences?
Have you tried changing the GPU "Advanced Settings" (and restarting Photoshop)?
Please forgive my ignorance, but am somewhat computer illiterate when it comes to computers. When you're 67 years old, any information to me is new these days.
IS there a way maybe you could send me step-by-step instructions on what to do? I do not mean to impose. Yes...I did start the pc after the tech took control and worked on whatever he did.
If it might be easier for you to instruct me, feel free to call me at 501-622-2569 and I'll follow your lead. If it cost you long distance, give me a contact number and I'll gladly call you.
Thank you in kind again,Robert Lightfoot
I opened Photoshop 2014, clicked on PS at the top left and the window you show me, did not come up. How do I open it? The tech opened such window last night, but he went too fast for me to see what all he did. I went to "Help" and Preferences does not show.
Thank you again, Robert Lightfoot
When you click-and-hold "Photoshop" a men should open and one of the items on that menu is "Preferences" – navigate there and release.
I did as you instructed...and please see the short screen shot. The Perspective Warp is still in the gray.Thank you again. Robert Lightfoot
I did...and followed your instructions on the page you sent. ALL of the settings were as they seem on the screen as well as your instructions. Now what? Robert Lightfoot
Change to "Normal" and restart Photoshop.
If that does not help change to "Basic" and restart Photoshop.
Did as you suggested and everything stays in gray. See attachment. Robert Lightfoot
To whomever you are. First off, THANK YOU very much for taking up so much of your valuable time helping me. Adobe tech called and attempted to walk me through the steps AGAIN...and he figured out WHAT the issue is. One; I purchased the wrong laptop and two, with that being said, I do not have enough "DEDICATED VIDEO MEMORY of 512MB." Now that this issue is solved, it looks like I'll be purchasing another laptop with the correct specs. I learned a valuable lesson.
NOW...if this issue comes up again, you can use this info here to help someone else.
Happy Thanksgiving and have a blessed day!!Robert
Hi Robert, Please check the below steps.Windows Vista and Windows 7 users
- Right-click on the Desktop and click Personalize.
- Click Display in the bottom left corner of the Window.
- Click the Change display settings on the left column.
- Click the Advanced settings link to view a windows similar to the example below. As can be seen in this example, you can view the total available memory to the graphics card as well as the dedicated memory. The dedicated memory is how much memory your video card has.
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Good of you to get back to the thread with the solution.
I have a few other items I'd like to submit but have to wash them first. Glad to be able to help others. Bless you! Robert Lightfoot