Photoshop :: Merge Layers :: Results To A Slight Different Color Compare To Its Original Unmerged Layers

Jun 19, 2009

merged layer results to a slight different color compare to its original unmerged layers. the result is that the merged layer has more bluish, What's wrong and what's the solution?. Im using CS3.

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Sep 2, 2013

can I open psd from my MAC PS in PS touch with unmerged layers. I have also opened psd, but only with merged layers.

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Sep 4, 2012

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May 31, 2012

I have now exactly the same problem as below with over 1000 images, I have saved them in .psd that has over 100 layers each. On top of those there is curves and levels layer that affects every layer below. I want to save all images to .jpg for videoedit with those curves at least. I don't want to merge same curves 100 times. Is there a solution in phothoshop cs5 or cs6 available? Would save alot of working hours. All I have got by this far is blank white images of adjustment layers and non adjusted jpg-files.
This discussion was opened in 2010 and I quess this is same problem:
How to merge adjustment layers to hundreds of layers?

Jul 28, 2010 10:38 AMSay I have a photoshop File with 100 layers. 

And say I created 3 adjustment layers on top of those 100 layers to get the adjustments that i want for those layers.   I'm happy with the adjustments but Then I NEED to merge those 3 adjustment layers to ALL those 100 layers.  

Is there a way to easily permanently apply the adjustments to each of those layers without having to do it manually? I absolutely need to merge the adjustments to the seperate layers because of how the layers are being used in a seperate 3d program.   
So far what I've been doing is duplicating the adjustment layers for each layer and merging them to said layers separately.. I wish I could just right click the adjustment layer and Tell it to merge to everylayer it affects  or apply to every layer underneath it!

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Mar 11, 2013

I found an old thread from 2011 about the same problem and the mod reported it to the devs, but as far as I know no solution has ever been offered.(maybe in cs6? we are still using cs5)For one or two layers it's no problem to do it manually, but with say 40 layers with corresponding linked layers we need a better solution.

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Photoshop :: Merge All Layers?

May 24, 2012

Looking for a quick, one-step method for merging all layers. 
Usually, I Select the top-most layer, then shift-click the bottom-most layer (selecting all layers between), then right click and hit "merge layers".
Simple enough - but I'm working on an "action" and recording the method above is limited because it relies on a file's specific layer names.  I want to be able to use this action as a generic action for any project with multiple layers.
Is there a better way to do this or a File > Merge All option I'm missing?

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Jun 1, 2013

I have an image of a beach-house on a deserted beach. I wanted to add a levels adjustment layer to just that area of the image, so I selected the house and the beach with two different tools. After making two different selections, one with the freeform pen tool and one with the regular pen tool, I now have 2 layers, both containing information I'd like to further edit.
Now what's my better option? To group these 2 layers or to merge them into one? I'm an obvious newbie, so I'm thinking that the least destructive way is to group them and then go about my editing. It seems to me that once I merge them, there's no going back. But is that the only difference? What are the shortcomings of each in a real world work environment?

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Nov 13, 2008

any way to merge visible layers to a new layer, yet retain the layers that merged? Does that make sense. So if I want to merge layer 1, 2, 3 into a new layer 4. Can I create a layer 4 with all layers merged as one, yet still have 1, 2, and 3.

I'm looking for a menu item or shortcut to do this.

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Sep 1, 2006

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Photoshop :: How To Merge Separate Layers In Paths Tab

Jul 2, 2013

how to merge objects in the paths tab. Here is an example: [URL].....
I have created different areas of outlines of a picture and placed them in separate paths. I would like to know how to either merge the paths (so that the 'banner' path is on top of the others), or how to move them into the 'Layers' tab.

I would like to view all these paths/outlines at once, as of now it doesn't let me while in the Paths tab - It only lets me view one path at a time.
I am using Windows 7, Photoshop Version 12.0 x32

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Oct 9, 2013

Made some bubbles using Photoshop, the trouble is I can't flatten the layers into one because of the layers blending mode. The reason I want to is to blur some of the bubbles to give a foreground & background perspective.

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Photoshop :: Merge Layers + Retain Visual Look

Dec 30, 2004

I'm currently working on a design and come to a point where I want to optimize my work. I have two layers both have its blend mode set to "Overlay".

The top one is at 40% opacity and the second one is at 19% opacity. My question is... How do I merge the two and yet still retain the look that I see on screen?

It perfectly fine if both Layers are identical in terms of blending mode and opacity, but when both are different I have a hard time collapsing the two together so that they look exactly what I saw before collapsing it. I've been living with this for a long time but now I need to know a solution to this.

Is it possible?

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Feb 28, 2005

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Oct 17, 2012

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Aug 9, 2013

I have run the DWG Compare Plug-in on two DWG files.  The results show the plan in grey while the differences in plans are showin in color. If I plot an individual layout to PDF the plot looks perfect meaning the plan is grey and the differences are color.

When I batch plot, all of the layouts lose their ability to plot the results of the DWG Compare and just print like the original DWG file whether it be mono or color. is there an entirely different way to go about batch printing to a combined PDF the results of a DWG Compare?

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Photoshop :: Multiple Layers And Copy Merge Saving As PDF?

Mar 27, 2012

I need to make multiple duplications of the same layer. This will solve my problem, however after I get the results I want, if I merge the layers, it reverts to the look as if I only had one single layer again. This will also happen if I do not merge the layers but save it as a PDF to get it ready for print. This results in a very muddy/neutral results. I have tried to simply select the layers and copy as merge, select everything and copy merge into a new document, and flatten/merge the image. None of them worked and reverted the image to the original one layer look.

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Sep 5, 2012

I am using Photoshop CS5.When I stamp/merge visible, it did not seem to produce what was last seen on my screen. It seems like it missed some adjustment layers, which I am not sure which one.

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May 18, 2012

I'm trying to save a file that looks great in Photoshop and preserve it as a PNG. I'll create the image, simply "merge layers" and lose the transparency of it. How do I get my PNG to look like it does in photoshop.
The red background show through in photoshop originally...but then after "merge layers" or saving the PNG every way possible (or so I think)... the degree of transparency isn't preserved.Below looks great. (red bleeds through nicely, good transparency)

Now doesn't look so good. (all i did was merge layers and red doesn't bleed through properly anymore, same result when saving as png)

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Photoshop :: How To Merge And Export 2 Layers With Blending Modes

Sep 12, 2011

I'm working on some graphics for an iPhone app for which I need to export images to png.

The image has an inner and an outer glow to create a glowing LED effect. The problem I have is the outer glow has the 'screen' blending mode applied and when I export this the blending mode defaults to 'Normal'. The image must have a transparent background because it will be used in different locations on top of a brushed aluminium background effect.

I understand that the blending mode takes the background layer into account when determining the output. Any alternative way of creating this glowing LED effect which I can export with a transparent background?

I have attached an example of this, the first 'light' is how I want it to appear when merged. The second 'light' is how it currently looks when merged.

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Photoshop :: CS6 - Layers Grouped Into A Folder / Merge Groups

Jun 1, 2012

I have recently ran into a few issues with Photoshop CS6. When working with Layer Groups and Blend Modes.
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Aug 14, 2013

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Oct 31, 2004

When I try to merge multiple images into one - like overlays and what not I always end up with 'sharp' edges between the layer - anyone have any suggestions as to how I can soften them up some?

I would imagine part of the problem is I have been using the polygonal lasso to help block off the areas i want to layer mask - I have tried the free hand lasso but the results are too wonky.

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Photoshop :: Name Merged Layers According To Original Bottom Layer's Name Instead Of Top?

Dec 14, 2012

I like to keep my layers carefully named. I often create new layers over existing ones to build up effects and paint in details. When I merge these layers, Photoshop always assigns the new merged composite layer the name of whatever the topmost layer was. I would much prefer it to default to naming the new layer whatever the bottom layer was called. I'm using CS5.5.
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I have this issue where I have to merge lots of layers in order to finish the job. Thing is that two of them have layer styles added to them. Each one has two different layers styles added to it. If I try to merge the layers, the effect won't stay the same and only one layer style will apply (and not even this one works correctly).

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is it possible to select multiple layers (with layer mask) and merge them?
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Sep 27, 2013

I would like to know if there is a way to automatically merge a "base" layer with all other layers individually.  For example, Layer one is an image, the "base layer".

Layers 2 thru 200 are images that need to be merged with the base layer individually and then saved as individual files.  We are now turning layer 2 on and saving, turning layer 2 off, turning on layer 3 then saving, etc.  Hoping to find an easier and quicker method. 

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Jun 11, 2011

Whenever I work with layers to try and achieve an effect I want, I have 2 or more layers. Then when I try to merge them to get the desired effect, "nothing happens!".

The other layers in the layers menu disappear and my picture remains unaltered, it's like whenever I draw in GIMP, all that editing is seen on my image, but when I try to merge my layers to get say, a glow effect, nothing happens to my image. It's like I didn't do anything. So frustrating!

Basically, what I do is this:

1. I create a new image.
2. I beginning stages of my image on whatever I want to do.
3. I create a new layer (or more than one, doesn't matter) to tinker around to try and achieve a certain effect (doesn't matter what effect I'm trying to achieve, always has the same results).
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5. Nothing happens. The multiple layers I had in the layers box vanish, but the effect I was trying to achieve is not merged with my image!

Layers are useless to me because I can't use them, yet I need them to achieve the things I need to have in my art. I am not looking for how to merge two images together in one, I want LAYERS not images.

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Mar 14, 2011

so, for some reason when i choose the body of this cow i drew to fill, it fills its hind leg, and stubbornly refuses to fill the body at all. i have tried all the fill tools to get this too work. i figure if i flatten the image the fill tool will work a bit better. 

there is no such thing as flattening the image or merging layers in the help section and the info online hasn't been so great. How do you merge layers?

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Apr 26, 2013

When you XREF a drawing from another file that file is brought in along with all of its layers. Personally I do not need these layers for my access is there anyway I can combine all these to eliminate the large quantity of layers in my file? Say by layer merging. And if I do will this affect the ability of the file to revise itself?

Explanation: What I am doing is taking a bunch of engineering drawings, XREF them into my file, then creating seperate viewports for each drawing referenced in. But the key is I need these files to adjust automatically when the engineers make changes (This is done through the XREF command from what I gathered from one of my previous posts).

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Nov 14, 2011

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What I am asking is. Is there any way to find out the author of the original layers before they were changed? So I could then have proof that such a company set up such a layer and indicated various items on said layer.

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Oct 27, 2012

I do a lot of 3D modeling with AutoCAD and so far I been using solprof to convert my models from 3D to 2D drawings creating plans & elevations

What solprof does is creating 2 separate layers and separates solid lines from the hidden lines (which is great) however, it loses the original layers that was used for each solid. My question; Is it possible to keep the original layers after a 3D is converted to a 2D drawin? We spend a lot of time assigning back the layers to the 2D shapes again. btw, we are using AutoCAD 2010

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