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Interpolate Extension for Adobe Photoshop CS6

Smoothly blend between colors in Photoshop CS6

The Interpolate extension for Adobe® Photoshop® CS6 provides two new filters based on smoothly blending between colors.

The first filter, "Interpolate," fills the transparent areas of the current layer with a smooth mix of the colors in the opaque areas.

The second filter, "Match Edges," changes the colors at the edges of the current layer to match those of the layer below it, and smoothly distributes this change through the layer.


Getting Started

Follow these steps to get started with the Interpolate extension for Photoshop CS6:

  1. If you do not have Photoshop CS6 installed, download the free trial
  2. Download the Interpolate extension for Photoshop CS6
  3. Double-click the EXE file or install it manually using the Adobe Extension Manager.
  4. Select "Interpolate" or "Match Edges" from the Filter menu.
  5. Ask questions or share your feedback in the Interpolate extension for Photoshop CS6 forum

    Please note that your submission of comments, ideas, feature requests and techniques on this and other Adobe maintained forums, as well as Adobe's right to use such materials, is governed by the Adobe.com Terms of Use.

Community

Below you'll find references and links to help you participate in the Interpolate extension for Photoshop community.

Online Forum

Ask questions and discuss ideas with other Interpolate extension for Photoshop CS6 users in the discussion forums.

Visit the Interpolate extension for Photoshop CS6 discussion forum

Please note that your submission of comments, ideas, feature requests and techniques on this and other Adobe maintained forums, as well as Adobe's right to use such materials, is governed by the Adobe.com Terms of Use.

Resources

If you want to learn more about releases on Labs as well as other Adobe technologies, visiting a user group or connecting with an Adobe Community Professional is a great place to start.

Product Details

Frequently Asked Questions

I did something cool with Interpolate, how can I show off my work?
Consider posting in the community forum.
How do I use Interpolate?
Create a transparent layer. Paint several strokes of different colors into that layer. Select Filters > Interpolate to fill the transparent area of the layer with a smooth mix of the stroke colors.
How do I use Match Edges?
Place foreground content you'd like to alter in one layer, and the background you'd like to match in the layer directly below it. Select the foreground layer and invoke Filters > Match Edges. The foreground content's edges should now match the background layer.
Will Interpolate work with versions of Photoshop older than CS6?
Unfortunately, no. However a free trial of Photoshop CS6 is available.

System Requirements

The Interpolate extension requires Photoshop CS6.

See the Photoshop CS6 system requirements

Release Notes

The Interpolate extension for Photoshop CS6 is designed for evaluation purposes only. The technology is not final but many portions of the technology are fully implemented and ready for you to try and discuss.

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