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PS .jpeg Conversion Problem

Discussion in 'Adobe' started by RedlineMan, Mar 10, 2007.

  1. RedlineMan

    RedlineMan Member

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    Howdy;

    I have a multi-layer PSD file that I am trying to convert to a JPEG. Usually this is not a problem, but something is preventing me from doing it with this particular file. The usual routine does not offer the JPEG format.

    > Flatten Image > File > Save as > Choose Format... but no JPEG option.

    I'm confused...
     
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  2. Bill Modzel

    Bill Modzel Active Member

    Try File>Save for Web instead
     
  3. Si Allen

    Si Allen Very Active Member

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    Is it CYMK? Convert it to RGB.
     
  4. N2Harpz

    N2Harpz Very Active Member

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    Saving for Web will make it a GIF file. You will need to choose the JPG option.............
     
  5. iSign

    iSign Major Contributor

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    check the mode & make sure it's not lab color

    actually, in "save for web" you can select .jpg, .gif or .png
     
  6. RedlineMan

    RedlineMan Member

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    Hey;

    It's RGB. I have had problems in the past but have always gotten around them one way or another. This one won't go. I'll attach it. See if you can spot the problem.
     

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  7. RobGF

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    Well my PhotoShop saved it as a JPG no problem without doing anything special. The process did flatten it but that's to be expected. Did you try doing a manual flattening of your layers before attempting to save as a JPG?

    Good luck.

    Edit: I reread that you did flatten... All I can tell you is that MY CS (version 8) had no problem with the task.
     
  8. mark in tx

    mark in tx Very Active Member

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    this saved without a problem for me.
     

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  9. mark in tx

    mark in tx Very Active Member

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    There is an extra alpha layer in there, but I don't know how that would affect your conversion to jpeg.
     
  10. Jackpine

    Jackpine Major Contributor

    I saved them as a jpeg and a bmp and imported into CorelX3 without a problem.
     
  11. Replicator

    Replicator Major Contributor

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    . . .

    My worked no Problem as well !
     

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  12. RedlineMan

    RedlineMan Member

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    Hmmm...

    Thanks Folks! I'm a self-sort-of-taught PS hack. Still using PS5. Not sure why that would matter, but it appears it does. I sure would like to know why it would not save in case it happens again.

    :help:
     
  13. cinemasign.grafix

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    Me too

    On Mac ok
     

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