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Convert smart object back to layers after smart filter

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Aug 26, 2022 Aug 26, 2022

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Hi, I am using Photoshop and trying to be able to group layers together then liquify them, but then return them back into their separate layers with them still being liquified.

I highlighted all the layers that needed to be liquified and then converted them to a smart object. I liquified the group but I am unable to turn them back into their original layers still having the smart filter applied.

 How do I achieve this?

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Why would you expect this to be possible (by default)? 

 

I am not sure any of the the threads on Scripting solutions to this task contained a completely satisfactory solution, but in principle it would be possible to create a New Smart Object Via Copy for each Layer contained, hide all other Layers in it and rasterize it. 

Edit: Groups, Adjustent Layers, Layer Masks, Vector Masks, … can naturally complicate the issue. 

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