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I have collected over the years a huge collection of brushes, 3gb worth, that I would like a way I can export them out and possibly make a database file of them. However, I am unsure how to export an .abr file to jpeg so I can have a screenshot of brushes. Does anyone have a suggestion?

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A quick Google search gave me a number of options.

Here is one example of software that seems like a good fit for your needs called abrMate

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great post, +1. So you haven't used abrMate? –  Gramps Mar 2 '13 at 23:47
    
No, I haven't. I haven't found a need for a program like that yet. –  Johannes Mar 3 '13 at 0:06
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Do you really use 3GB of brush files? Really? I used to collect a great many things like this and then I realized 99% of the time it was much faster to just recreate any overly-specialized brush, or Google, then download. Rather than trying to sort through lists of files.

Johannes link is for Windows only.... Here's a link to an .abr viewer for any platform

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