Oh yeah, i didn't realize you could do that. Let's make this easier, here's Adobe's word, straight from the fact sheet:
"New Photoshop CS Integration:
Text from Photoshop CS files--point text, paragraph text, and text on a path--is now fully editable when you import native files as compositions. Photoshop CS files saved with 16-bit color can be imported into After Effects with layers remaining intact. When you save any After Effects frame as a Photoshop file, nested compositions become editable layer sets to reflect the composition's structure; when you open the file in Photoshop, the layer sets reflect the composition's structure. You can even turn a merged Photoshop document into individual layers after it is imported into After Effects 6.5."
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04-22-2004 01:10 PM
- Join Date
- Dec 2003
- Burlington, USA
04-22-2004 02:28 PM
OH ok now that's impressive! Thanks Jay!
04-23-2004 04:52 PM
- Join Date
- Oct 2003
- In front of my computer
Yeah, I think the main difference with importing PSD files is that it will create comps for nested layer sets so that the nesting is essentially retained in AE.
04-24-2004 08:47 AMThe "cheese" award goes to Digital Juice because they had an aging "babe" in tight snake sking pants on a stage and she talked more about herself then about the product she was presenting. Pathetic.
she might be aging but she knows her s*%t. She's also fun to drink with :o