Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Generate composite images from multiple layers, part of Design the Web: Adobe Generator for Graphics.
…Now so far we've only created one individual graphic…for each layer inside of Photoshop using Adobe Generator.…Next we want to take a look at how we…can take multiple layers and composit those into single graphics.…Now in the last movie we added this illustrator logo here.…So let's come in here and let's rename this to travel-logo.…Hit Return.…Now let's come down here, and let's temporarily just delete these…extra promo graphics so we just have the travel logo here.…We're going to move the canvas to the upper right.…We have this fictitious logo up here called Your Logo.…
So in the Layers panel, let's come into the header layer group.…And we have a layer group called Logo.…Inside of here we have two text layers.…One with the word your, and the other one with the word logo.…And logo has an effect assigned to it.…Now what I need to do is, I want one single logo with both of these layers.…So what we can do is, come into the Layer group.…And let's come in here and rename this logo.png.…What's going to happen here is every layer inside of this group…
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Q: This course was updated on 12/02/2014. What changed?
A: We added three new movies in the "What's New in the Creative Cloud Version" chapter, covering changes to the 2014 version of Creative Cloud.
Q: This course was updated on 02/04/2015. What changed?
A: We added one movie, "Creating editable SVG graphics from shape layers," a new feature added to Photoshop CC in December 2014.