When I import a PSD's layers to Animate, they show up as if they were corrupted or mixed with one another.
I tried on HTML5 and AS3 projects with the same results.
I tried various setting in the Animate import window with the same results.
I've attached a picture showing the result if it helps.
Animate version : Build 31044
Photoshop Version : 21.2.3 x64
Windows 10 x64 2004
If anyone knows of a work-around, let me know.
import your text as a bitmap (in the import dialog). that will fix the text problem.
i'm not sure what's happening to that bentley bitmap. i can't reproduce the problem.
Hi kglad, thanks for your answer.
My text layer in Photoshop was actually rasterized when I exported it. I'll give your suggestion a try.
As for the Bentley layer, this bug happens everytime I export a layer with transparency on top of another.
i used a bitmap with transparent background in ps:
and here it is in animate (magnified 422%):
Can you share the PSD file which you used to import to Animate?
Sorry, I was away.
If you or anyone else wants to try to import layers from my PSD, here's the file on WeTransfer:
If it works fine for you, I guess the issue might be with my computer.
that looks like an animate bug. but to work-around, remove the background from the bentley in ps.
Hey Kglad, good to know I'm not the only one.
Unfortunately, the actual PSDs I work with can have a dozen layers on top of each other to export for animation.
I guess I'll have to stick to exporting to PNG and placing them manually until there's a fix.
Thanks for your help.
I in this video I show a possible workaround. It's far from being a solution, but maybe it will help you out.
Please pay attention to the way I configure each layer type in the PSD importer dialog.
Also check your bitmap compression and smoothing in the Library and the output quality in the Publish Settings.