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Photoshop filters work in Photoshop but are not seen in the plug-ins folder

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This is an interesting one. I am on PC (Windows 10). I have a set of plug-ins, including DxO Nik Collection and Corel ParticleShop, that I can access via the Filter menu in PS. However, when I want to add them to Affinity Photo, I cannot find them in the Plug-ins folder within Program Files --> Photoshop --> Plugins. All the tutorials on Youtube point to this folder to import plugins into AP. Is there another location I should be looking at?





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