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Thats simple. When you're creating a document in Photoshop, you can change the unit the document uses. Just set that to metres. Beware, a project file that big needs a good pc, the amount of calculations going on in the background get immense íf your picture is getting fancy.


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Photoshop is a raster image editor. It works exclusively with pixels, and only whole pixels, no half-pixels. The size and resolution you are creating your document at results in a pixel size made up of non-whole numbers, i.e. you would need fractions of pixels to create the image, which isn't possible. So Photoshop rounds your physical dimensions to the ...


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I believe this is due to how Photoshop handles calculated scaling. If you multiply your two sizes, you end up with 5551mm². I believe this is a size Photoshop can't really display in pixels. What I mean with this is, Photoshop can only assume how big that would be in pixels. If you're zooming to a picture for example, your picture might look blurred if you ...


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just wrong. I get what you mean, but it's not a fad at all. Its a method of building based on percentage, period. This allows development to be much more fluid.When designing based on % using rem em etc you are able to declare what goes where and then on resize those percentages of real estate stay the same, they just move to different points vertically. a ...


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it sounds like Gimp would have everything you need.


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welcome to GDSE! For what you need, I would suggest using masks In order to do this, the workflow that I would suggest is; Open your file (good start) ;) Make a new layer (bottom right of the layer panel) Hit 'U' to access the shape tool - you'll want to select the ellipse tool as below; Holding SHIFT and dragging your cursor will enable you to make ...


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280 m^2 is big, scratch that its enormous in size. It is not that its not possible to fill, it is. It is just that this is a very big task, your going to need quite the team to pull this off. You are going to have some logistical problems on a quite big scale. This is no ordinary graphics design job, it is a engineering job. Get the manufacturers and ...


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In lack of better solution I just dragged all the layers to the new image and now it works correctly. Maybe some bug?


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Hmm glowing effect are pretty tricky, you can add a line with your bright color on it, blur it, and change the blending mode. The blending mode could help you a lot with the color problem. By the way, i see a little bit glow from the effect, for that you can double the "glow effect" layer, duplicate it to make a copy of it, and then blur it a bit to create ...


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You can do research some minimum and recommended specs on certain version. Oh, one more thing, the AMD stuff are have strange behavior on some software that requires graphic card to do their job. Have you tried to configure the AMD software? Like adding Photoshop to full power mode for the graphic card? I suggest you to try CS6 Or CC 2013.


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You can rasterize those layers first, and hide the svg file to prevent regenerating new pixels.


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After you locate the image you want to use for the wall decoration, print it in the size you want to use. For minimizing expense you can print portions of the image on different pieces.TIP: For added variety, solid colour or patterned disks can be made part of the grouping as well as circular graphic or typographic pieces. Decide the position and size of ...


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Assuming you want to end up with stretched canvas, I think you would have to get/make the circular frames. Then have these printed on canvas and trim them. Or get prints made and trim them, then mount. To have them printed, you'd need to place the round image files into a rectangular shape. Then trim. Imagekind.com used to be pretty good at unusual ...


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Comply with the IRE reference levels and the logo will render correctly.IRE = Institute of Radio Engineers. Peak white is not 255, 100%, etc. and reference black is not 0, 0%. The value for IRE peak white is 95% representing specular highlights. The value for IRE black is 3%. Attempting to exceed these in a raster image forces averaging of the signal with ...


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Vishnu, Have you just tried turning it into an action & recording it to do the same thing as often as you wish. No fuss No muss.


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How big is this thing supposed to be? Because what you describe isn't much larger than a sheet of paper. This sounds like the sort of thing you would be doing in vector anyway, If he is going to have it printed on vinyl then it must be done in vector format in illustrator or Corel draw. After you have done the art in vector the size makes no difference ...


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Unfortunately there is no manual method for handling such issues, but however I came across third party software to fix such type of issues, hope it helps you Psd Repair Tool


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Just add in a vector graphic of your watermark. Then you can scale to any size without ruining degrading the look and feel of the watermark


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I would check out this tutorial. This might help. https://youtu.be/2NRtn-BFMP0?list=PLqA0az417cgm3QoyOtZF-kLwahmOzs1Tl


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I have 2 methods 1) Optical Character Recognition Software If you don't need the original image, it may be better to recreate the page. I have used the following site to scan text from PDFs or images: http://www.onlineocr.net/ This online service will scan the document for text and convert into editable Word, Excel and Text output formats. 2) Puppet ...


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That is MPEG noise. MPEG is very similar to JPEG in the abstract and, like JPEG, high contrast and line art is sort of a worst-case use for the compression method, which was developed for use in photography where adjacent pixel values are more random. The best option for you is to ramp up the quality/bitrate/render-passes when baking the video. Also, ...


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You are right in that it is a problem with the bit depth of TVs. That will cause banding (you can see lines in the gradient). Dither and Noise can help the banding but only to a limited degree. Sadly a black to white gradient is naturally very prone to banding, maybe choosing different colors can help. What I can also see on your TV, is that it has too much ...


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If this is scanned text and you don't need it to look like scanned page do some magic in Adobe Acrobat. http://blogs.adobe.com/acrolaw/2013/06/straighten-and-deskew-pdf-pages-in-acrobat-xi/ From Tools select "Document processing". Click "Optimize Scanned PDF", Deselect “Apply Adaptive Compression” and from "Filters" options choose the one that you would ...


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I believe what you're looking for is image distortion. Though not always providing the best results it is definitely something you could start and work with. Here are a couple of approaches put together that you can try. http://creativepro.com/know-your-photoshop-distortion-tools/


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I'm not a pro when it comes to photoshop but i would suggest you try working on an canvas thats half (8 x 6) of the size & set the DPI @ 600. This way your ram isn't getting drained processing something so large. Once you're done doing what you want to do you can simply bring the size back up and it'll be at 300dpi. For future reference, I'd suggest ...


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When making the Ellipse make sure its set to Shape on the top. The options are Pixel, Shape or Path. Pretty sure these were introduced in CS2. Now with your ellipse shape created press Ctrl/Cmd+J to duplicate the layer with the ellipse on it. T for the Text tool and then move the cursor over the ellipse until you get a wavy line like so: I don't have a ...


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If you use Windows and have MS Office, there are a couple of add-ins out there that would merge the Excel data onto a series of PowerPoint slides, one slide per word, in a few seconds. You could then save the slides out as images (PNG, JPG, etc) from PowerPoint. If you whisper stuff like merge excel powerpoint to google, it'll lead you to these add-ins. ...


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Postage stamps are just too tiny to get a good scan with a flatbed scanner. I suggest you photograph it instead. You might also make sure it will be legal, depending on your purpose. I'd check the laws regarding reproduction of postage stamps. Here's a link. "Most government work is not subject to copyright but stamps are. There is a licensing division ...


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I figured it out :) Ended up using Photoshop and the Contact Sheet feature: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/contact-sheet-pdf-presentation-cs6.html


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They will likely print at 200 or 100dpi, depending on the type of print format. I would call the printer and ask for their file specifications as the person stated above.


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I was running into the same issue. I solved it by allowing all shapes to be loaded within the shapes. Right after that I was able to define my shape.


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Check to make sure that the blending mode for your Curves layer is not set to "Difference" (it should be Normal). Having the layer set to difference results in the everything appearing 100% black. In the video he sets the 50% grey layer to difference, so perhaps you accidentally set the Curves layer incorrectly.


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There are two things at work here: the default position of the light source isn't really working for your design; and Illustrator's inability to process a gradient into an Extruded shape. The default light source is on the front of the object, a bit to the right. That will cause the bottom and right side of any 3D object in your design to be in a dark shade....


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These are just paths with a gradient applied to them. Experiment a bit with shapes with similar gradients, and you'll get a feel for the technique.


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Here it is. You should use slice tool, to slice the image. You can find full guide in below video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02FBnJB6k0Q Open the image file. Menu > File > open Select "Slice Tool" from Tool box Right click on "Slice Tool", there are 3 options. Click on "Select slice tool" You will see, small rectangle icon on the left corner of ...


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You could always use Google Picasa and create a 'picture collage'. This simply looks at any number of images in a folder - then you can create a 'grid' collage at whatever size you want. Save it as an image and then import into Powerpoint. I do this a lot and takes approx 5 minutes (once you have the images that is)


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The tutorial is wrong. Inverting the texture will just make it blue: Instead of inverting the colors you actually want to remove all color. Desaturate the texture by going to Image → Adjustments → Desaturate: Then apply the level adjustments as the tutorial says:


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Talk to the printer (the person not the machine). They will likely tell you what scale and/or resolution to work at. You most likely do not need to work at 300ppi at full scale. It is more common for large format printing to work at a smaller scale or lower resolution (refer to point 1.) Read through the answer here: I need to print an image a certain size. ...


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Under "blending options" of your effects window, in this case of the red square layer, uncheck "Blend clipped layers as grouped."


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Click on the top layer in your layers palette Scroll to the bottom one, hold Shift, click on it. This should select all layers. No need to unhide hidden layers, because they will move either way, as long as they are not locked. Beware of layer masks. If they aren't locked to their corresponding layer or group, the mask will remain in place, while the art ...


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I have been working with Illustrator since version 3. I know from experience that sometimes mysterious things happen which no that I have been able to find seems to be able to explain. I too have experienced the strange behavior of placed images changing size. The only solution that I have been able to come up with is to delete the object and re-import it. ...


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Open your Layers and Channels palettes; Make your image a regular layer as opposed to a background layer. Easiest way is to double click the layer bar in the Layers palette; In the Channels palette, make sure the RGB channels are visible, then click the leftmost icon on the bottom, 'Load channel as selection'; In the Layers palette, click the 'Add Layer Mask'...


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Pros Utilize all of Photoshops features (retain adjustment layers, masks, shapes, clipping paths, layer styles, blending modes, smart objects) Tight integration between Adobe products, you can directly import a Photoshop file into Illustrator, InDesign, etc. Open saved file with layers Useful if you need to maintain transparency. You can save 16-bits-per-...


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You are misunderstanding how the Save for Web tool works. Save for Web never affects your actual document or any output other than when you click the Save button from the Save for Web window. The Done button only saves the settings you apply so that you can come back to the Save for Web window and save from there. It doesn't affect a normal save. As for a ...


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this was super simple, highlight the layers you want to export into a new .psd and then drag them on top of a new canvas. EASY.


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Open your image add a layer mask / shrink the image / crop the layer (but keep the image size) add your bevel effect and the shadow Save as a transparent PNG Bonus: your shadow will be visible over backgrounds of any color, not only white anymore!


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Select the Artboard Tool (V), select the artboard you want to change the size for. Either drag the sides/corner to change the size or click on the artboard name/text (ex: Artboard 1) and type in the new size at the top under width & height.


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Your Photoshop document is too small (in pixel dimensions). Placed images in Illustrator will retain their pixel sizes since Illustrator documents work independently of pixels. A Photoshop document on the other hand has a set pixel size and any placed image is limited to that size. If you are only working on the screenshot itself you should open the ...


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In the upper right corner, switch from 3D workspace to essentials.


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Found the answer. If I click on the right arrow before the timeline layer name, it opens like: If I select the last frame, press CTRL + T (on Windows) I can then resize the final size of the image in the zoom sequence.



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