07-07-2021 02:14 PM
I have a Macbook Pro running Big Sur. I just upgraded it to Big Sur and upgraded my Print Studio Pro to version 2.2.5 after downloading it from the Canan Website. I'm using Photoshop 22.0.1, and now I get this error when I try to use Print Studio Pro:
What do you recommend I do to fix this?
Solved! Go to Solution.
07-07-2021 03:00 PM
1. run the Plugin Installer in the Canon Utilities->Print Studio Pro folder.
2. I get an error message popup. Select "Next" in the popup.
3. Then I get a popup that has slections for Photoshop and Lightroom. Select photoshop 64bit and the slect Browse to go to the Ps Plugin folder.
4. Select that folder and then select Next.
07-07-2021 03:16 PM
The macOS installer is not functioning correctly.
When I first ran 2.2.5 I still had 2.2.3 when I tried t use it in Ps. That's when I tried the manual process and it worked.
Similar problem with LrC. Installer executed, but there was no PSP folder in the LrC plugin folder. Ran the manual process and it worked there as well.
07-12-2021 07:09 PM - edited 07-12-2021 07:32 PM
I have a similar issue; howevere, I am running Mac OS 10.15.7 (Catalina) on an iMac. I have downloaded the new version of Print Studio Pro 2.2.5. I installed it, at least the install process did it's thing. However, no Print Studio Pro in "automation" within PSCC 2021. I went to Canon Utilities and clicked on the Print Studio Pro icon and then clicked on the install icon and it did say it recogonized ONLY LR. now This install is an old one the date is 11/3/2020, I still only have 2.2.3 installed in LRc and nothing in PSCC 2021 22.4.2 and LRc 10.3.
People said they have done it manually, so my question is if you went to Canon untilites, print studio pro, plug-in installer, that hasn't worked. so how do I get Print Studio Pro 2.2.5 installed in both LRc and PSCC 2021?
I found a reply further up that help me install in LRc and PSCC 2021, no response is needed. Thanks to all who contributed to this thread
07-12-2021 07:23 PM - edited 07-12-2021 07:24 PM
Try the process in Message 2 above.
Do it for both LrC and Ps.
08-30-2021 11:31 AM
I am able to follow your path through #3. But there is no PS Plug-in folder available. Only Library, Users, System, and Application folders showing. I was able to download PSP and it shows under Canon Utilities inside Applications Folder. I note that there are also 2 Psp folders in Canon Utilities:, Print Studio Pro an PrintStudioPro; note the different spacing. Any suggstions, Thank you.
08-30-2021 11:45 AM
08-30-2021 11:58 AM
I found the plug-in folder (under support files) but that folder only has a folder called Panels inside of it, and Panels is empty.
FWIW the PrintStudioPro folder has three plugins in it: CNPSPP101.plugin, xxxx102 and xxxx103 where xxxx equals cnspspp.
I'll try reaching Canon on this and get back. Thank you