Category Archive: Aspose.PSD Product Family
JPG and PNG images are some of the most used raster image formats. You can convert a JPG or PNG image to PSD file format as per your requirements. It can be helpful in scenarios when you want to combine different layers into one file. You can explore more details under the following sections.
PNG and JPG format are well-known raster image file formats that contain single-layer visual information. Whereas, the Photoshop Document (PSD) file contains several layers to display the pictures. You can easily convert PNG or JPG images to PSD format programmatically using C# in your .NET applications. This article covers the following sections related to PNG and JPG image conversion.
PSB, Photoshop Big, file extension is used to store huge graphics-related information. You can convert PSB files to PDF, JPG, or PSD format easily with Java programming language. Let us walk through the following sections to explore PSB file conversion.
Adobe Illustrator files can be used to transform ideas into reality. However, this file format is not widely supported by many applications. So you might need to convert AI files to different raster images and other file formats. You can easily and quickly convert the AI files to PSD, PNG, JPEG, or a PDF file in your Java applications.
PSD format is used by Adobe Photoshop in order to save the data related to graphical designs. A PSD file may consist of single or multiple layers that collectively form the graphics. However, to view or embed the PSD images directly into your web or desktop applications is not feasible. In order to cope with this issue, you can convert the PSD document to PDF or raster image formats. In accordance with that, this article provides some simple ways of converting PSD files to PDF, PNG, JPEG, GIF, and other image formats using Java.
Adobe Illustrator files are majorly used to represent visual information. Moreover, graphic designers transform their creative ideas into masterpieces using AI files. Sometimes you need to convert AI to raster images (PNG, JPG, etc) or PDF file. The most important and exciting factor of all these conversions is that you do not need to install or configure the Adobe Illustrator application because Aspose.PSD for .NET API is capable of converting AI files without any dependency on 3rd party applications. Let … Continue Reading
Photos are a very useful way of reflecting information. PSD format files are used to create images. However, there could be scenarios like editing several Photoshop files along the same lines. For instance, a photo processing application may need to add a layer in multiple Photoshop documents, along with other operations. Aspose.PSD for .NET API offers many features to work with PSD, PSB, AI, and many other file formats. Let us explore the following use cases related to adding a … Continue Reading
In this article, you will learn how to find layers and update the layer’s text or image within Photoshop’s PSD files dynamically using C# .NET.
PSD is the default format used by Adobe Photoshop for saving its documents in a multilayered structure where each layer contains the text, images, graphical objects, and other supported elements. There could be the case when you have a PSD template and you need to create several resultant images by populating the text and image … Continue Reading
The Photoshop Document (PSD) is a well-known file format used by Adobe Photoshop for saving the data in the form of layers. The layers are combined together to obtain the desired artwork or images. Adobe Photoshop allows the designers to export the PSD layers as a single image in the form of PNG, JPG, GIF, TIFF, and other formats.
In case you want to implement the feature of converting or exporting the PSD files to raster image formats … Continue Reading
Aspose.PSD now supports the PSB file format. The PSB (Photoshop Big file) is an Adobe Photoshop Large Document file. Only a few users of Adobe Photoshop know about the existence of the PSB file format but all are familiar with the PSD file format. The PSB format is similar to PSD format except that PSB supports larger files, both in image dimension and overall size.
The PSD file format is limited to 30K x 30K … Continue Reading