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|Date/Time:|| 5-May-2012 15:36:32 +0000|
|Subject:||Re: Re: Photoshop CS5 Issue|
I've trimmed (too much) Kyle Goodnight's message. He was talking about a
photoshop generated panorama issue.
On Sat, May 5, 2012 10:11 am, Erik Krause wrote:
> Am 05.05.2012 14:11, schrieb Fernando Chaves:
>> A Photoshop stitched pano shows up as a layered image.
> Not necessarily. It depends on the output settings in PTGui (which I
> assume you use for stitching).
> If you are not yet familiar with layers perhaps it is better to output
> as "Blended Panorama only" (or "Tone mapped panorama" only in case of
> HDR) on PTGui Create Panorama tab. In both cases use the Settings button
> in the File format line and choose "Layers: Flattened". This will create
> a single layer document where the healing brush works as expected.
> In case of a multi layer document make sure you click the background
> layer in the layers palette in photoshop before you do any editing.
> If you want to use layered output see
> Erik Krause
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