Is there a setting i need to enable somewhere for the PSD renders to export with layers?With adobe dimension i used to get PSD files that had the background in one layer, the render in one, sharpened render in a third and then layers for depth, materials and object masks. with substance i don't get all that when rendering to a PSD file.
Ive tried both 16-bit and 32-bit psd file and they both only result in a file with just three layers.
I have this same problem. This feels like a step backwards. I now need to do separate renders without the background and create a mask.
I am able to export PS file with layers. Can you share Stager file to test?
Here is screenshot of Viewport Camera Rendering for Ps file. You can download Ps file from https://www.dropbox.com/s/zknn9wtmib2im0r/Take%2012-11-Viewport%20camera.psd?dl=0
All layers are available in Ps. Rendering of other Cameras Views in Stager take very long. But I think I will get the same result as for Viewport.
at least for me it does not matter what camera i render with, all renders take the same time depending on what resolution the camera is set to. So no one knows why it wont render layers anymore? I tried to check if any specific hardware is required for it but couldn't find anything.
May be the reason is in Ps? I am not sure but try to reset preferences in Ps.
I reset preferences in both Photoshop and Stager without success. However, If I disable GPU render, I get my layers. This is much slower. Is this how it's supposed to work? Were you able to get layers with GPU render?
Tried with GPU turned off and then i get the layers also, so its related to the gpu rendering it seems. With dimension i got them regardless though.
I am on AMD Radeon RX 580. As I know it not supporteg with Stager. So I am not able to test. Anyway, cool that you find a solution.
After speaking with support, I was informed that Layered PSD rendering is CPU only at the moment. It feels like this software was not ready for prime time. We're paying an extra subscription fee for an application that's lacking basic functions of what's included in Dimensions with the normal creative cloud plan.