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That's what I thought but wanted to make sure. Write your action so that you end up with 72 layers Either as part of your action or manually afterwards, select the options "File/Scripts/Export Layers to Files In the new window you will have the options to specify the file prefix, destination folder, and file format. Make your choices and click on OK. ...


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Short answer: There is currently no way to do this with GIMP, you are out of luck. Longer answer: PSD export is handled by a plug-in. By improving that plug-in, you or someone else can add text layer export to this plug-in. GIMP is Free Software, so contributions by people who need a specific feature are expected.


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You can create an action to save the images as you want and then simply use this action in the "batch" command found in the menu "file" then "automate" There you can choose what folder to use for the images you want to process, and also WHERE you want them to be saved. You can also simply select the "extension" as shown in the screenshot below; it will ...


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The dialog box is very clear: File > Export bitmap In the dialog box choose units: Inches Below will say: width: 600, height: 600 (this is the size in pixels) and little to the right will say 300 ppi. (this is the print resolution) The math behind it is very simple 2 inches, at 300 pixels each inch = 2x300 = 600 px.


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Your files look alright here, besides the bleed missing ;) Maybe it's a hardware performance related issue. I couldn't reproduce the issue with or without the different rendering in the Acrobat preferences (smooth and all) but I suspect Acrobat is "working" on that rendering; try without the smooth line and all the rendering effect in Acrobat preferences ...


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you already won %99.9999999999 of the battle by designing it in Illustrator rather than Photoshop. As long as you have a VECTOR file of the logo you'll always be able to export it into whatever format you need. Every medium requires its' own type of format, color profile and or size to produce a good quality result so there's more than just 1 or 2 useful ...


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For print I'm sure the other answers here have it covered, but personally i would ask your printer first. For the web ... the web is starting to go SVG recently - you should ask the web developer - they may want to use SVG because there are lots of possibilities including support for responsive logos, and they're quicker to load - but normally/traditionally ...


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To keep your animations and optimize your gif, you should use the "save for web" and you can find it in the export options, or use the shortcut Control + Alt (or Option) + Shift + Save. To verify your animation and set the loops, look at the bottom right part of the "save for web" window, you will see a section named "animation". You can set it to loop ...


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Ctrl + Shift + Alt + S is a shortcut to save for web and devices, if you are happy with the preview, just hit save and that would be all.


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If you really want your printer to print your document on green paper, then you can visualize this with Scribus: Open your document in Scribus Click File > Document Setup > Display > Colors (at tab) > Fill Color Now in the window, select a color that corresponds to your paper. Now click OK or Apply. Now - just on your screen - Scribus will show you ...


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Since you mentioned you're using InVision, I suggest that you take a look at Invision Sync (download link). It automatically exports every Artboard and every slice of your .sketch document and also uploads them to your InVision project. You can try this approach to see if it fits your needs. You can also find the long version of what I said above in the ...


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In Photoshop CS6, there is a Script in File Menu. I don't know whether it's included in CC or not. If it's there, then these steps can be followed... Go to File Menu => Scripts => Export Layers to File Select - File Type and Destination Check Mark - Transparency | Interlaced | Trim Layers And RUN


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Well you could reopen the png and apply a trim on it. You can aslo create following in a action: Make a new action, and record RMB on currently active layer, and choose Duplicate Layer... Set the Destination field to new Apply Image → Trim... on new image With transparent pixels setting Save your image Stop recording and make the save step ...


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Yes and no. Most apps cant open modern ai directly, if the file is in very old format its no problem. That said, some (by default), AI files are embedded in a PDF file (or old ones in a EPS file). So you can try if adobe reader opens it for viewing by changing the extension to PDF. failing that try ghostview. You can then open this PDF/PS for editing, in ...


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You can try to set the resolution to Screen (72 ppi), from Photoshop Export Option, the panel that appear when you try to export your file.


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I actually found a way around this, unfortunately its a few extra steps, but it allows you to stay within AI. Select all elements on the artboard. Group > reflect horizontal save as a .svg open it up and reflect back to original layout and save however So far this is working, I use to move the artboard or project elements on the artboard around countless ...


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I'm actually pretty sure this is because of the Layer Order. Just select the layers you want to export with this Method and go to Layer -> Arrange -> Reverse. Then Export them again and everything should be fine :) EDIT: You also can just change the order in which the Names are listed within the Explorer. Just right-click -> Sort By and then change from ...


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I was dealing with same issue. Please make it 3x bigger and then set the width at 1x in HTML. It would be much better!


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I was creating a sound wave(very sharp edges) animation in Photoshop myself and having the same problem. The image was 800px wide and result = pixelated Solution: Make it @3x, in my scenario 2400px, and result = awesome! Note: Don't forget to specify its width(1x) in html



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