I found a duplicate post here but with no answers. I looked at this guide from adobe on how to feather edges hoping I'd find an answer but my Feather: option is already at 0 px. I have never had this issue before in photoshop or any other editor, but I also haven't touched any settings since the last time I used it so I have no clue what on to do. The photo, as you can clearly see, is pretty big but even so it shouldn't be coming out feathered. I even went to select -> modify -> feather and set the value to 0.1px but that didn't help.
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The Marquee tools and the Lasso tools (as you are showing in your video) can be either aliased or anti-aliased.
Quick Selection Tool doesn't have an option to turn anti-aliasing off.
A quick workaround could be this:
- Make your selection with Quick Selection Tool (or any other way).
- Hit Q to enter Quick Mask Mode.
- Apply Image > Adjustments > Threshold and just keep the Threshold Level at 128.
- Hit Q again to leave Quick Mask Mode.
Now your selection is 1-bit with no anti-aliasing.