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This is to show you how to download, install and use the Plugin Commander to convert filters from FFL format to 8BF format. Let me note here that the PiCo can be used for much more than just this, but for our purposes, those options will not be mentioned here.
First you will need to download the Plugin Commander. Goto this URL and click on the PiCo Logo: The PlugIn Site.
You will need to create a new folder to download the PiCo.zip file into and you may need the system files. These are available on the same page as the PiCo program. Just follow the instructions on the download page to d/l and install PiCo.
Once you have downloaded the zip files, unzip the PiCo into this same folder. Note where the folder is, you will need to access it from the explorer or the run command to run the program (it does not create a shortcut in your start menu).
Now to use the program you will of course need some filters to convert. Harry the Raver, the creator of PiCo, has over 800 filters available on his page. Harry's filters are a MUST GET! He has got some awesome filters that none of us page designers should be without!
I downloaded the filter zip file to the same directory as my Plugin Commander is in, but this is up to you.
After you have downloaded and unzipped the filters you will see they all have the extension of FFL instead of 8BF, which is what PSP uses. Now launch the PiCo.exe program.