Photoshop link not working correctly in Premiere Pro 15.4.0 (build 47)
When I use edit in photoshop it will bring up photoshop, however, photoshop gives an error message that it doesn't recognize this type of file. I then reveal the file in finder and can open it from there. If photoshop is already open it switches to photoshop but doesn't open the file. Nothing happens.
Douglas Lyons commented
Still happening for me. Just opens photoshop but not load my psd file - even when it is fully affiliated with this particular version of Photoshop as indicated in the info for the file.
If I ask to edit original it will open in Photoshop. I'm running Big Sur 11.6.2 2020 iMac, Premiere Pro 22.1.2(Build 1) and photoshop 23.1.0. This has been happening for a while now and I just did an update for both software and even blew away my preferences.
Max Batty commented
Having the same issue. Was there a solution? (I'm using both PrPro and PS 2022 version, latest update)
F.W. Salomons commented
Still the same problem. PNG, JPG, PSD all starts Photoshop but doesn't import the still in Photoshop (version 22.5.1).
DANIEL NANNEN commented
Jason, I am trying to open photoshop files. I then use reveal in finder and double click the file and photoshop will open it. I don't normally use .png files, but I tried it and it did not work.
jim brodie commented
I'm having a similar problem, use select edit in Pr and it just opens the Ps program but not the still you are working on in your Pr timeline. I was using a jpg still
Robert Stone commented
I'm having a similar problem. When I use "Edit in Adobe Photoshop" from a still in Premiere it opens Photoshop but does no longer opens the still I'm trying to work on. The link seems to be broken since the release of 15.4
Jason S (Adobe) commented
Hi, Daniel. Sorry about the inconvenience. Unfortunately, I cannot reproduce the issue locally; using "Edit in Photoshop" on (e.g.) a .png file works properly for me. So, two questions:
(1) What kind of file are you trying to open? Does it happen with all files of that type?
(2) Does the error occur with a simple .png file?