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Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
Photoshop CC 14.2.1
Image type is an 8bit RGB JPG
Where the action fails is on the Oil Paint step, exact action step below:
Oil Paint Plugin
Filter Name: ""
With Accelerate On the GPU
Path To File: ""
Parameter Name: "Stylization"
Parameter Type: 0
Parameter Value (float): 1.05
Now I'm confused. The Oil Paint filter was removed from Photoshop CC2014; sorry I didn't catch that earlier.
Did you copy it from an older release, Photoshop CC or earlier?
I'm running in Photoshop CC (14.2.1). Photoshop CC 2014 is version 2014.2.2, which won't run the Oil Paint plugin at all.
Adobe don't cease to create confusing nomenclatures for software versions, do they?
Sorry for my confusion. My bad.
Adobe?! Do something that makes no sense?!
You're not addressing Adobe here in the user forums. Bummer.
If I go to Filter>Oil Paint, when it opens, my image is black. The only thing that makes the image appear as expected is changing the Scale, which the default is 0.1. But if you open the Oil Paint filter up again, it's back to a scale of 0.1 and black.
OK, this is strange. If I open Photoshop and then open a file and don't make any edits, and go to Filter>Oil Paint, it works that first time, but any time after that first time, it doesn't, and if I try the same thing with opening Photoshop fresh and run an action that uses Oil Paint, it doesn't work. Did Adobe do something in a recent update that killed Oil Paint in Photoshop CC?