How to find the original file of a used Image in XD.

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Jun 29, 2022 Jun 29, 2022

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Is there a way to show the original Image, that I used in an XD project? Like in inDesign. I love the feature "show in finder" in inDesign. Whith that, I can easily find the original files and can export them with Photohop to the desired dimensions. But in XD I can not even get the original filename, once I had to rename them in order to use Auto-Animate.

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 29, 2022 Jun 29, 2022

If you select the image either on the artboard or from its layer, you can right-click to access the Edit in Photoshop... command.

 

You can also use the Mark for Export command to export assets to different sizes and formats. Here's more information on exporting assets from Adobe XD:

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If you select the image either on the artboard or from its layer, you can right-click to access the Edit in Photoshop... command.

 

You can also use the Mark for Export command to export assets to different sizes and formats. Here's more information on exporting assets from Adobe XD:

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I think you can upload your original image to CC and share original image link from separate hyperlink from your published project.

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