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Is there a way to render each separate layer in Photoshop to a separate file? I have a character from Fuse and I want to render it in X positions. I don't want to click 'render' for every new layer, of course. Is there a way to do it automatically?

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  • I have a right answer here: Render Video -> Photoshop Image Sequence.
    – Mary
    Sep 16, 2018 at 13:07

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Menu File > Scripts > Export Layers to Files...

  • Choose a destination, file name and file type:

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  • Hi! Thanks for comment. Unfortunetly that's not a solution, I tried that before (and it's File -> Export -> Layers to Files in new CC). I don't want to save 'undone' 3d object, I want to render the object, and I would like to do this automatically for every layer.
    – Mary
    Sep 11, 2018 at 16:22
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Make Layers Image Assets

You could turn on Image Assets and name all your layers with their desired output parameters.

If you have many layers, you could run a script or action to rename them based on your variables.

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    Thanks for comment! I just found a right answer Render Video -> Photoshop Image Sequence).
    – Mary
    Sep 16, 2018 at 13:08
  • Glad you found an answer :) If you found my answer useful, please feel free to upvote it!
    – Electron
    Sep 16, 2018 at 13:09

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