Using Sample All Layers


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Using Sample All Layers

The combination of layers and a Mixer Brush uses a lot of processor power. So much so that sampling the color found on underlying layers can slow down brush performance. In this video, we'll take a look at the Mixer Brush Sample All Layers option and see how we can avoid potential interruptions in your creative flow. First and foremost, we want to see, well, where is this Sample All Layers thing you're talking about? If you're in the Mixer Brush and you go up to the Options bar, you'll see right here, you have the option to enable Sample All Layers.

Why wouldn't you want to turn this on? Well, it used to be a bigger problem in CS5, but they've done some work under the hood so it's not as bad as it used to be, but it's all tied up in how much memory do you have, what kind of processor you have, are you running under multiple processors? All of that is part of the equation that will dictate whether or not you are going to encounter some kind of slow-down when Sa...

Using Sample All Layers
Video duration: 5m 21s 4h 46m Intermediate

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Using Sample All Layers provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Digital Painting: Architecture

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Design
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Photoshop Wacom
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