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I'm trying to import a .PSD file but it's merging pixels from different layer into the wrong one.

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Dec 30, 2018

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I'm making a background in Photoshop, but I'm stuck with a big problem.

Here I have a doodle with two layers, the BLUE outline, and the WHITE fill.

ex 1.PNG

But it's taking pixels from the white and moving them into the BLUE outline layer, just like this.

ex 3.PNG

This is happening in every layer, and in every .PSD file I import.

I don't know what I'm doing wrong, I'm importing every layer in lossless quality, maybe the problem is coming from Photoshop but I'm not really sure, some advice would be appreciated.

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Hi.

You're not doing anything wrong. This is really an issue.

Please have a look at this answer:

Re: Importing overlaying Photoshop layers produces unwanted artifacts

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JC

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I'm trying to import a .PSD file but it's merging pixels from different layer into the wrong one.

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I'm making a background in Photoshop, but I'm stuck with a big problem.

Here I have a doodle with two layers, the BLUE outline, and the WHITE fill.

ex 1.PNG

But it's taking pixels from the white and moving them into the BLUE outline layer, just like this.

ex 3.PNG

This is happening in every layer, and in every .PSD file I import.

I don't know what I'm doing wrong, I'm importing every layer in lossless quality, maybe the problem is coming from Photoshop but I'm not really sure, some advice would be appreciated.

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Correct answer by JoãoCésar | Adobe Community Professional

Hi.

You're not doing anything wrong. This is really an issue.

Please have a look at this answer:

Re: Importing overlaying Photoshop layers produces unwanted artifacts

Regards,

JC

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Hi.

You're not doing anything wrong. This is really an issue.

Please have a look at this answer:

Re: Importing overlaying Photoshop layers produces unwanted artifacts

Regards,

JC

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Thank you, what a stressful situation, I saw in the other thread that you could import the PSD file to Illustrator, save it right there, and import that file to Animate, could you be so kind to explain that process?

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Hi.

What thread and process are you referring to?

Did you try the solution from the thread above? What were the results?

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Hi João,

 

This link is broken. it leads to the main forum page.

Is there a solution for this issue?

 

thanks

 

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