Question about Apple DVD Studio Pro 4 for Mac
I have a layered PSD file that I want to use as a layered menu in DVDSP4, but on import it becomes a QuickTime picture. I'm already using two layered PSDs in layered menus, both of which are fine.
This is ancient but there are probably people still out there looking for the answer. Try this...
1) First off, make sure the color mode of your PSD is RGB.
2) Rasterize all layers. DSP does not like text, masks, layer styles or anything of the sort.
3) Make sure there are no additional alpha masks or channels.
4) I think this is the one that gets people. It's awkward but it has fixed my problem in the past. Basically DSP needs the locked "Background" layer in your file to see it correctly. Maybe that's what it looks to for the file dimensions. I'm not really sure but it needs to be there. Just create a new file with the same dimensions and duplicate your layers into the new file. Save As... Done.
Hopefully this will help some get past this annoying problem.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
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