PSD Verticalizer

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Patrick
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PSD Verticalizer

Post by Patrick » 25 Feb 2009, 14:25

A user ask us for a special function to split each frame of an animation on layers.
This function is useful to save a complete animation into a layered PSD file.

To use it :
Click on the button (all frame will be split in differents layers)
Go to the export panel and save your project in PSD file format in the "Project" tab
Press Undo to restore the project at his original state.
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Paul Fierlinger
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Re: PSD Verticalizer

Post by Paul Fierlinger » 25 Feb 2009, 14:43

Thanks Patrick. This is very useful but it could go further, into options, such as stack in steps (going upwards), which would be useful for making animatics, and it would be absolutely wonderful if one added more frames to any of the newly formed layers, all the following ones would move to the right so that there would never be any over lapses. What do you think?
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