PaintShop Pro Brush File
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What is a PSPBRUSH file?
A PSPBRUSH file contains a paintbrush created by PaintShop Pro, a raster graphics editor for Windows. It stores a brush, which is an image or shape that users can repeatedly paint on the canvas. PSPBRUSH files may be packaged with PaintShop Pro or a custom brush created by the user.
PaintShop Pro is an image editor similar to Adobe Photoshop that provides various tools for creating images and editing digital photos. One of its features is paintbrushes you can customize and save as PSPBRUSH files (Photoshop saves its brushes as .ABR files).
For example, if you have a design you want to replicate in an image, you can save it as a PSPBRUSH by selecting File → Export → Custom Brush. Then, you can re-use that brush in your image or share it with other PaintShop Pro users.
How to share PSPBRUSH files with other PaintShop Pro users
You can share PSPBRUSH files with other users by attaching them to an email, uploading them to an online storage space, or transferring them to a flash drive. Then, the recipient can import the PSPBRUSH file into their installation of Paint Shop Pro.
How to open a PSPBRUSH file
You can open PSPBRUSH files with Corel PaintShop Pro in Windows. You can import a PSPBRUSH file in PaintShop Pro by selecting File → Import → Custom Brush. Then, navigate to the PSPCRIPT file in the dialog, choose the PSPBRUSH file, then click Add. You can also import it by placing the PSPBRUSH file in the following directory:
Documents\Corel PaintShop Pro\[version]\Brushes