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Installing

When you purchase the software, you’ll receive an email containing your activation token and a link to download the software. If you have misplaced this email, you can retrieve these details at any time by creating a support account using the same email address used for the purchase.
The download page will automatically detect which operating system you are using. Check this is correct and then click the Download button.
Depending on your operating system, the software will download as an exe, dmg or pkg file.
Once the download is complete, click on the file to run it. You will then be walked through a step-by-step installation process.
Now that the software has been installed it needs to be launched and activated. Use the activation token found in the email or in your support account. Once activation has completed the program will open.
Your software is now activated and ready to use.
PortraitPro, PortraitPro Body, LandscapePro and Smart Photo Editor are all desktop products that require either a Windows or Mac operating system.
Windows - 64-bit Windows 10, Windows 8, or Windows 7, with the latest updates installed.
Mac - 64-bit macOS 10.7 or later.
For more specific information, please choose your product.
PortraitPro
PortraitPro Body
LandscapePro
Smart Photo Editor
64-bit applications need a 64-bit edition of Windows or macOS for them to run. The simplest way of finding out if you have a 64-bit system is to try the free trial from this web site. Alternatively:
Windows
This Microsoft article shows you how to find out whether you have a 64-bit edition of Windows:
support.microsoft.com/kb/827218
Mac
To find out whether you have a 64-bit edition of macOS:
  • Click on the Apple symbol in the top left of the screen and choose "about this Mac".
  • You will be shown a dialog showing you the macOS version and processor type.
  • As long as you have a version of macOS that is 10.7 or greater, and you have a 64-bit processor then your Mac is capable of running 64-bit programs. To find out if you have a 64-bit processor go here.
Apple have recently added this warning when you are attempting to install older software on a new operating system. If you bought the software more than two years ago then the certificate used to digitally sign it may have expired. However, the software itself is still valid and safe to use. You can continue the installation (simply click ‘Continue’ to proceed), and activate the software as usual.
The most recent software will not give this error. If you wish to upgrade to the most recent version you can do so through the licenses page or via your Anthropics account.