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Posted on December 14, 2012
We have released an update for this error which will prevent the crashing of Perfect Resize 7.0.x users are receiving after updating their Adobe Photoshop CS6 to 13.0.2.
Please make sure to download and install the appropriate update below.
Perfect Photo Suite 6.1.1 – Mac
Perfect Resize 7.0.8 Professional Edition – Mac
Perfect Resize 7.0.8 Standard Edition – Mac
Posted on October 11, 2012
If you resize the image to an odd number in Photoshop using bicubic, Photoshop will make a row or column in the image at less than 100% opacity. This will cause the white line when using the gallery wrap feature.
To avoid this issue, please try rounding the dimension to the nearest even number and then use Perfect Resize.
Posted on April 14, 2011
Perfect Layers can be accessed as a plug-in from inside of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. You can find it in the File > Plug-In Extras menu.
- If you select a single PSD file, the original file will be opened
- If you select a single TIF, JPG or RAW file, a PSD copy with the Lightroom adjustments applied will be opened and will be stacked with the original image
- If you select multiple files (PSD, TIF, JPG, RAW) PSD versions with Lightroom adjustments will be temporarily created and then merged into a new layered PSD file. The resulting file will be stacked with the first image in your Lightroom selection.
- If an image is already open in Perfect Layers when you access it from the Lightroom plug-in you have the option of adding the selected images to the open image or closing the open image and creating a new one.
You will be able to control via a preference which bit depth and color space you prefer.
Posted on December 6, 2010
If you are receiving this error it is most likely because you are on a PowePC processor based machine. Perfect Resize 7 and the Perfect Photo Suite 5.5 are not compatible with PowerPC G4 or G5 processors. They are only compatible with Intel processors.