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    So I see a couple months ago that Aviary was discontinued by Adobe. I have a whole bunch of Aviary filters that have the same file extension (.aio.apk) as Samsung filters. In theory, I should be able to drop the Aviary filters that I've backed up into whatever directory Samsung keeps its filters in, so that Samsung's photo editor, attached to camera, picks it up. They look like the same type of files. They should be compatible.

    Any advice on how I do that? The first problem is that I can't find where Samsung keeps those filters...
    03-24-2019 04:06 PM

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