Introduce Auto-Save and Background Save Photoshop CS6


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Introducing Auto-Save and Background Save

As you start to work with Photoshop CS6, you'll soon discover that the changes aren't just skin or surface deep. In other words, it's not just about the interface, rather the entire application has been overhauled, and that's meant some performance tuning and some new features which will really improve our overall workflow. And that's definitely true with Background and Auto Save. I'm going to talk about both of those here. Well, a lot of times in our workflows we'll have a photograph like this. This file is about 35 Megs.

And let's say that we decide to duplicate this layer for some reason. To do that you can press Command+J or Ctrl+J. Well, now the file size is significantly increased, it's about 86 Megs. Well, if we choose to save this file, what Photoshop will do by default is it will do all of this saving in the background. Take a look at the bar down below here which shows us our file size, and also the tab at the top. When you save by pressing Command+...

Introducing Auto-Save and Background Save
Video duration: 4m 4s 3h 33m Intermediate Updated Dec 11, 2012

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Introducing Auto-Save and Background Save provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS6 for Photographers New Features

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