A new Adobe Photoshop extension that makes it easier to convert between a variety of photo editing software versions has just been added to the site’s download page.
The Adobe Flash Converter lets users upload a video or photo file to Adobe’s Flash Player, then convert it to a variety (or all) of editing software packages.
The plugin was originally released for Mac OS X in October 2016, and was later ported to Windows and Android in 2018.
The extension was initially priced at €7.99, and users were able to convert files in a range of formats including PNG, JPEG, TIFF, PDF, GIF, SVG, BMP, and more.
But the cost of converting to Adobe Flash is now discounted to €2.99 (US$3.60) per month for the first year.
To get the plugin installed, users need to download the Adobe Converter for Windows from Adobe’s site and then download the Flash Converters for Android and iOS.
If you’re a Mac user, you should probably get Adobe’s Converter to convert your files to Windows before you download it.
It’s also worth noting that converting between Adobe’s Windows and Mac versions is not supported by Adobe.
This is because the Adobe plugin only works on Windows 10, which is why it was previously available only for Mac users.
Adobe did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.
We’ve included the extension’s download link below for your viewing pleasure.