AKVIS Software Installation Instruction

Installation

Please find instructions below on how to install the program on Windows and Mac.

We took the installation of AKVIS Noise Buster (Win) and AKVIS Coloriage (Mac) as an example. Other AKVIS programs are installed in the same manner.

 

Attention! You must have administrator rights to install the program on your computer.

Before installing the AKVIS Plugin, please make sure that the image editor where you want to install the plugin, is closed. Or re-run the image editor after the installation of the plugin.

 

Program Installation on Windows

Follow the instructions to install AKVIS Noise Buster on a computer with Windows OS:

After installation of the standalone version, you will see the program name in the Start menu and a shortcut on the desktop, if during installation the corresponding option was enabled.

After installation of the plugin, you will see a new item in the Filter/Effects menu of your photo editor. For example in Photoshop: Filter -> AKVIS –> Noise Buster.

Note: You can launch almost all AKVIS plugins from the menu Filter, except AKVIS Magnifier AI. To call the Magnifier AI plugin in Photoshop please use the command File -> Automate -> AKVIS Magnifier AI, in Photoshop Elements: File -> Automation Tools -> AKVIS Magnifier AI. The plugin does not work with other image editors.

 

Program Installation on Mac

Follow the instructions to install AKVIS Coloriage on a Mac computer:

After installation of the plugin, you will see a new item in the Filter menu of your photo editor (in Photoshop: Filter -> AKVIS -> Coloriage).

Note: You can launch almost all AKVIS plugins from the Filter menu, except AKVIS Magnifier AI. To call the Magnifier AI plugin in Photoshop, please use the command File -> Automate -> AKVIS Magnifier AI, in Photoshop Elements: File -> Automation tools -> AKVIS Magnifier AI.

Run the standalone program by double-clicking on its icon in Finder.

You can also run the AKVIS program from the Photos app by choosing the Image -> Edit With command (in High Sierra and later versions of macOS).