New plugin connects Photoshop with Google service

    Adobe and Google have released a plug-in for the graphics editor Photoshop CS3 Extended.

    Using the plug-in, it is reported that users of Photoshop CS3 Extended will be able to directly search and download 3D models from the Google 3D Warehouse service database through the program. The Google 3D Warehouse service allows you to download 3D models of various objects, devices and so on for free. Those who wish can add their own models to the Google 3D Warehouse website.

    The new plug-in for Photoshop CS3 Extended can be installed on computers running Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X. After installing the add-on, the search Google for 3D Model item will appear in the menu of the graphic editor. Through this item, users will be able to search for three-dimensional models by keywords, as well as carry out their preview and subsequent download.

    Developers do not recommend downloading models larger than 5 MB. Otherwise, the process of converting them to a format that the Photoshop CS3 Extended editor understands will be very slow. In addition, there are a number of other problems. In particular, the plugin may not work correctly with some models, displaying textures in a distorted form. In addition, there may be problems loading models containing Cyrillic characters. Finally, on Windows computers, users will not be able to use the back button to return to the page with the results of a previous search when they call the plugin again.

    You can download the plug-in for the Photoshop CS3 Extended package from here .

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