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The keyboard shortcut for merge layers in Photoshop is: Ctrl+E or Shift+Ctrl+E.

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How do I place a watermark on a photo with photoshop?


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0. Paste or create a layer over the top of the 'main image'.
1. Select the layer you want to be the watermark.
2. Change opacity to what you want, ensuring you can still see the layer underneath it.

Note: you could also change the blending on the watermark layer if you wanted a different effect.

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Authorization code photoshop cs 8


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Can't use any tools on new layer, sign says, layer is empty


You can't heal a transparent layer, there is nothing to heal!
You need to use the heal tool on a layer that has an image in it, try!

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In photoshop the layer has gone


The layer may be hidden, make sure that the eyeball next to the layer in the layers panel is showing. If not, click in the empty box to show the layer.

Second make sure you did not place another layer on top of the missing layer or that you accidentally deleted it.

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Will not burn Dual Layer DVD. When movie is larger than will fit on a single layer DVD. burning fails on a dual layer DVD.


Your DVD burner must support dual layer burning to burn a dual layer disc.

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You can use the free software "DVDShrink"to shrink a dual layer disc data. The output from DVDShrink can be saved as files on your hard drive, which you can then burn with software of your choice.

Hope it helps.

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How to mix two images ? specially at border of picture.


1. Open the first image.
2. Open the image you want to merge or mix with the first image or border.
3. Press Ctrl + A to select the entire image.
4. Press Ctrl + C to copy the selected image.
5. Click in the title bar of the image you opened first.
6. Press Ctrl + V to paste the second image over the first image.
7. If the Layer window is not displayed press theF7 function on your keyboard.
8. Make sure the top layer is highlighted or click on the layer to highlight it.
You should see the border around the image. If you want to hide part of the top image at the bottom lower left of the layer window you will see rectangle with circle which displays add layer mask when you hover the mouse cursor over it. Hold the Alt key and click on the Add Layer Mask Icon. This will hide the top image until you select the brush with a white color and paint the layer mask layer. The Layer Mask is the black rectangle next to the layer image which must have the white rectangle around it when painting with the brush. If you do not see the top image mixing with the bottom image make sure the black rectangle is selected or click on the black rectangle to select it. If the layered image is selected you will be painting it white and alter the image. If you revile part of the image when painting the mask you can hide it by changing the brush color to black and painting the reviled layer to hide it again. Layer masks are very powerful which you will need to look up in the help files for more information to gain full power of the tool.

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Why can't i flip an image on photo studio 5? i'm pretty sure i've done it before.


When you first open a jpg in Photoshop, the layer is automatically locked. Just double click on the layer in the Layers palette (Window>Layers) and that will unlock the layer. You can then choose Edit>Transform>Flip Horizontal or Vertical, which ever you want.

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Is it the way to unlock layers in PSD file (Adobe Photoshop 7)?


Try the link.It may help.

http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/327/327827.html

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Layered PSD file becomes QuickTime picture when import to DVDSP 4


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.

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