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Render Smart Object Layers

New Here ,
Mar 04, 2018 Mar 04, 2018

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Hello 

My name is Momen I'm graphic designer .

I have a question , hope you can help me how to edit adobe dimensions file in photoshop smart object ?

I mean I've already designed logo mockup and other mockups  by adobe dimensions 

how I can export them to photoshop to be able to edit easily with only replacing the logo or so by using smart object ?

Best Regards

Mo'men AL-Masharka

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Adobe Employee , Mar 04, 2018 Mar 04, 2018

At this time there's no easy way to swap out the graphics post-render because the render takes into consideration all of the colors in lighting, reflections, etc.  This can be something we could enable in the future by keeping the art as a separate smart object layer but it's hard to say it will look right if you swap out very different art depending on the situation.

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LEGEND ,
Mar 04, 2018 Mar 04, 2018

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if you have made a image in Dimension then the next step is to rendor it (as a 16bits/ PSD in this case)

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this makes a stand Photoshop file that you can edit but its not a smart object... the post rendor layers allow for some adjustment

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Thank you Ussnorway

I know this !

Actually  I'm looking for better solution  to make it easier for me and for the others ,

I'll make the mockups available for free download in my website

because of that you know it supposed to be much easier to edit the mockups ,somehow by using something like smart object layers or another  way !

appreciate your answer

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At this time there's no easy way to swap out the graphics post-render because the render takes into consideration all of the colors in lighting, reflections, etc.  This can be something we could enable in the future by keeping the art as a separate smart object layer but it's hard to say it will look right if you swap out very different art depending on the situation.

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New Here ,
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Well hope to see this feature as soon as possible !

because its really very important  and helpful and there are a lot designers  need this feature .

Thank you Very much

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if you swap out an object then the first rendor is now wrong and needs to be done again to keep the quality

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