Before enabling any plugins and/or extension is possible, we must install the appropriate plugins and extensions.
First, close all Adobe CC applications. Plugins and extensions will not install while an Adobe CC application is open!
Next, create profiles for your Adobe CC apps. Do not worry if PaletteApp is unable to detect the application—we are simply installing the extension.
At this point, there may be a system prompt requesting admin access. This is required to install the plugins and extensions in the right location. Once this is done, the plugins and extensions are ready for use.
Sometimes, plugins and extensions need to be manually enabled but in most cases, this step happens automatically in the background. The steps to manually enabling the plugins and extensions for your respective Adobe CC applications are located below.
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1) Open/restart Lightroom CC 2014 or Lightroom 6 or newer.
2) Navigate to "File" tab and then click on "Plug-in Manager..." option.
Click on "Palette Plugin (V2)" on the list of plugins:
Click "Enable" on the right-hand side. Apply the change with "Done".
3) Go back to PaletteApp and create a new Lightroom profile by clicking on the Lightroom icon.
4) Wait at few seconds for PaletteApp to detect Lightroom. The bottom right corner should read "Connected".
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Upon creating the first Premiere Pro profile, you may receive the following message:
To enable the plugin,
1) Close and restart Premiere Pro if it is already open.
2) On Mac, navigate to Premiere Pro CC menu and hover over Preferences. Click on Control Surface...
On Windows, navigate to Edit menu and select Preferences. Click on Control Surface...
3) Within the control surface preferences, click Add to get a new window. Click the arrow to the side of Device Class to open a drop-down menu.
Select Palette Plugin (V2) and click OK.
4) Click OK at the bottom right corner again to exit preferences. Once the plugin is enabled, quit Premiere Pro and continue on to Adobe Extensions below.
Upon creating the first Audition profile, there will be a prompt to install Audition's plugin:
Click on Browse to look for your Audition application and then click Install to install the plugin. Now, you need to enable to plugin.
1) Close and restart Audition if it is already open.
2) On Mac, navigate to Adobe Audition CC menu and hover over Preferences. Click on Control Surface...
On Windows, navigate to File menu and hover over Preferences. Click on Control Surface...
3) Click on None to open a drop-down menu and then click on Palette Plugin (V2).
Leave Preferences by clicking on OK at the bottom right corner. Once the plugin is enabled, quit Audition and continue on to Adobe Extensions below.
For the purpose of this article, Photoshop is used. The process, however, is the same for all Adobe apps (except Lightroom).
1) Open/restart Photoshop CC 2014 or newer.
2) Create/open a document or project.
3) Navigate to the "Window" menu and then to "Extensions". Click on "Palette Extension"
4) Go back to PaletteApp and create a new Photoshop profile by clicking on the Photoshop icon.
5) Wait a few seconds for PaletteApp to detect Photoshop. The bottom right corner should read "Connected".
Still reading "Disconnected" at the bottom right corner?