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Select the layer you want to save as jpeg/png, then in the layers panel Photoshop will auto highlight whatever layer is selected. Then go to the eye icon beside the selected layer in Layers panel; hold down your alt key and click on the eye. This will make only the layer you want to save as jpeg/png visible while hiding other layers. Now trim the extra ...


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You should try this script that user Johannes graciously shared: http://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/a/1962/24301 It's basically an improved version of the built-in PS "Export Layers to Files" script that allows (among other things) for saving the layers by their layer name. This will export all layers in your file as they are positioned keeping their ...


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I have done this exact same thing here's my script: #target illustrator var path_prefix=("d:/temp/floormap_") var layer = app.activeDocument.layers.getByName("rooms"); function exportFileToPNG8(dest) { if ( app.documents.length > 0 ) { var exportOptions = new ExportOptionsPNG8(); var type = ExportType.PNG8; var fileSpec = ...


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A batch command for your images is not possible. The backgrounds vary far too much for any extraction to be automated. Each of your posted image would require manual alteration of a mask/extraction to maintain quality. If you reshoot the photos on a greens screen then you may be able to achieve some automation in removal of a single solid color (green ...


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I know this is old. I'm working on this right now in a WebGL implementation of wobbly text (whatever). The solution I'm working on goes like this: Get a bitmapped version of the glyph pair (or do it with vectors if you want) For each row of pixels (or arbitrary vertical unit if you go with vectors), check that both glyphs have at least one pixel present ...



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