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Keeping Noise and Dissolve Blend when converting PSD files to PDF (and JPG)

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Nov 01, 2020

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I've finished my first picture book and am currently converting my files from PSD to PDF.

 

However, I noticed that during the conversion, the nice, rough edges I created using Dissolve disappear. The same goes for the grainy effect I use with Outer Glow.

 

Is there any way to convert my PSD files and keep these added "textures"?

 

Thanks!

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Keeping Noise and Dissolve Blend when converting PSD files to PDF (and JPG)

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I've finished my first picture book and am currently converting my files from PSD to PDF.

 

However, I noticed that during the conversion, the nice, rough edges I created using Dissolve disappear. The same goes for the grainy effect I use with Outer Glow.

 

Is there any way to convert my PSD files and keep these added "textures"?

 

Thanks!

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Hi @Dopey73 ,

 

Could you share before and after screenshots so we can assist?

 

That said, this should not be the case.

 

A good way to compare is to look at the content at 100% magnification in Ps and Acrobat.

 

If you're seeing a difference, flatten the layers before saving as a PDF.

 

Good luck

mj

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