Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting layer comps to files, part of Design the Web: Layer Comps.
So now with all of our layer comps created, next we're going to want to…share these with our client.…So the first option we have is to go up to the File menu, come down to Scripts, and choose…Layer Comps to Files.…In the dialog box here we can pick where we going to save this out, under Destination.…I'll click Browse. I'll leave this on Desktop, click Open.…Next, we can put a prefix before each file.…Next, you can choose whether you want to save the selected layer comp or all of them.…
By leaving this unchecked, it will save all of them.…Under File Type, you can choose form a bunch of different file formats. I'm going to choose JPEG here.…I'm not going to include ICC Color Profiling, and let's set the Quality to 8. And then I'll click Run.…What the Photoshop is gong to do is activate each of the individual layer comps and then…save out as JPEG based on each one of those layer comps.…Once Photoshop is done, it will give me a dialog box, letting me know that they're…all complete. And if I take a look at the desktop here, we'll see that I now have one JPEG for…
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- Simulating a navigation menu rollover
- Combining layer masks and layer comps
- Simulating a video lightbox
- Representing movement
- Exporting layer comps
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 12/01/2014. What changed?
A: There is one new movie, "Exploring new tools in the Layer Comps panel," which covers changes to the 2014 version of Photoshop CC.