Photoshop: Do no have Tree or Flame under Filter>Render

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Tree and Flame under Filter-Render in missing.
cannot use the tree or Flame filter in a new image.
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Chris Cox

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Which version of Photoshop are you using?

Those were filters added in Photoshop CC 2014.
Previously they were available in Edit -> Fill -> Scripts
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Clyde Cannon

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Found everything. THANKS
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Hiya Clyde,

Also, what kind of image are you using?  A PSD, JPG, GIF, etc should be fine, but I don't believe all file types can handle those filters...

Thanks,
David
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The other aspect is that you need 512MB of dedicated VRAM and compatible video card to use these commands.

It may help if we could see your Photoshop System Info. Directions for sharing your system info from Photoshop:

http://feedback.photoshop.com/photosh...
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von

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I have such a question too! I use PS CC6 and I cannot find the filter. I will try to dowload it but . . . How can I do this?
Greetings from Holland, Yvonne
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Chris Cox

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CS6 is too old, you need CC 2014 or CC 2015.
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I have photoshop cc 2015 but i cant seem to click on the flame plugin whats happening ?
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Chris Cox

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Check your document color mode and depth, and make sure that the GPU is enabled in Photoshop's preferences (if not, it probably means a bug in your video card driver).
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Katie Keller Trosclair

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What color mode should it be in? Ive tried everything and my flame and tree render is inactive. very frustrating.
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Chris Cox

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Then your GPU is probably disabled due to driver problems or not meeting the minimum requirements.
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Clyde Cannon

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Still can't find Tree or Flame under Filter>Render and am using CC 2015
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Chris Cox

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They are there in Photoshop CC 2014 and CC 2015.
I suspect you're running an older version by mistake. Check Help -> System Info, you should be on version 2015.0 aka 16.0.0.
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Found it. CC 2015