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How to Download Our Free Actions, Presets & Goodies from Facebook


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Sometimes simple things like downloading aren’t as easy as we’d like. We love sharing special free products with our customers, but with tens of thousands downloading our freebies, it makes it difficult to help everyone with downloading, unzipping and installation issues.  We need to set aside time to fully support our paid customers and work on future product development.

Most MCP free Photoshop actions and free Lightroom presets are available on our website. The most current ones are also available on the MCP Facebook Page for easy access.  Seasonal goodies, like holiday cards, can only be found on our Facebook Page, so you will need to “like MCP” to grab those.

From our website, you literally add the item to your cart, checkout using the “For Freebies” $0.00 option (unless you are buying something else), and then navigate to the download page.  If you miss it, see the FAQ section for screen shots on locating them. If our cart gives you a problem, it is almost always resolved by deleting your cookies and cache and revisiting.

For the quickest access, just go to our Facebook Page. 99% of the time these downloads work great – 1% of the time, the Facebook Apps used to distribute free products have glitches.  We apologize in advance to those in the 1%.  It’s almost always browser incompatibility, pop-up blocker, or firewall issue, but is beyond our means to fix.  If you experience problems, you may let us know your browser and version number and we can inform the “Facebook App Company.”

Below are details on how to find the freebies on Facebook and download them.

download-facebook-freebies-600x746 How to Download Our Free Actions, Presets & Goodies from Facebook Announcements Free Actions Free Editing Tools Free Presets

Once downloaded, as with all MCP Products, you need to unzip the items.  Most computers come with unzip software to decompress the files. If you do not have this software, please Google unzip software. A few common ones are winzip, 7-zip, and freezip. Once unzipped, install actions into Photoshop or Elements, presets into Lightroom or ACR, or open .PSD templates directly in Photoshop.

If this document helped you, please share with others.  Thank you and enjoy the goodies.


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  1. Aurora on November 15, 2011 at 6:39 pm

    Thank you, Jodi. I love all your actions and this FB one is a nice gift to all of us. I’ve been resizing to 960 since the change. Your action will save me a lot of time. BTW, I especially LOVE your Fusion Action set. The most versatile set of actions I have ever purchased ~ I use them on just about all my images.

  2. anita hilliard on November 17, 2011 at 12:07 am

    I would choose a black or white frame in an 8 x 10 size

  3. MARCIA BROCK on December 22, 2011 at 7:31 am

    I am a newbee, and I am trying all this for the first time. I fell upon Photoshop 10, and am a little overwhelmed and found your tutorials, they are a BIG help. I love the idea of actions, so am trying them today!!! Going with some freebies first!!!

  4. Konya on January 18, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    Thanks for freebies!

  5. Jim D on January 18, 2012 at 5:43 pm

    Hi just checking to see if a comment could be entered.

  6. Ana M. on April 26, 2012 at 11:42 am

    Thank you!

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