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Photoshop 2020 Export (HINDI) || Tutomator || Praveer Das ||

Quick Export As
Use the Quick Export As option when you want to quickly export your work based on the settings you’ve specified in the Quick Export preferences.

To access the Quick Export As option, do either of the following:

Navigate to File > Export > Quick Export As [image format].
Go to the Layers panel. Select the layers, layer groups, or artboards you want to export. Right-click your selection and choose Quick Export As [image format] from the context menu.
QUICK EXPORT PREFERENCES
Quick Export preferences for format, location, metadata, and color space
Export As
Use the Export As option to fine-tune your export settings every time you export layers, layer groups, artboards, or Photoshop documents as images. Each selected layer, layer group, or artboard is exported as a separate image asset.

To launch the Export As dialog, do either of the following:

Navigate to File > Export > Export As to export the current Photoshop document. If your document contains artboards, all artboards in it are exported through this dialog.
Go the Layers panel. Select the layers, layer groups, or artboards you want to export. Right-click your selection and select Export As from the context menu.
EXPORT AS DIALOG SETTING AND LOCATION PREFERENCE
Export As dialog settings
Export As location preference
Export files in different sizes
You can export the selected layers, artboards, or documents as assets in multiple sizes using the Export As dialog.

To do so, follow these steps:

In the left pane of the Export As dialog, select a relative asset size—for example, 1.25x.
Choose a suffix for the asset exported at the relative asset size. For example, @1,25x. Suffixes help you easily manage the exported assets.
Click the ‘+’ icon to add more sizes and suffix for the exported assets.
The scaling options you choose is applied to all of your selected layers or artboards.

export assets in different sizes
Export files in different sizes using the Export As dialog
Export layers as files
You can export and save layers as individual files using a variety of formats, including PSD, BMP, JPEG, PDF, Targa, and TIFF. Layers are named automatically as they are saved. You can set options to control the generation of names.

To export layers as files, do the following:

Choose File > Export > Export Layers To Files.
In the Export Layers To Files dialog box, under Destination, click Browse to select a destination for the exported files. By default, the generated files are saved in the sample folder as the source file.
Enter a name in the File Name Prefix text box to specify a common name for the files.
Select the Visible Layers Only option if you want to export only those layers that have visibility enabled in the Layers panel. Use this option if you don’t want all the layers exported. Turn off visibility for layers that you don’t want to be exported.
Choose a file format from the File Type menu. Set options as necessary.
Select the Include ICC Profile option if you want the working space profile embedded in the exported file. This is important for color-managed workflows.
Click Run.
Export layers as files
Export layers as files
Export artboards as files
You can export artboards as separate files. Follow these steps:

In Photoshop, select File > Export > Artboards To Files.
In the Artboards To Files dialog, do the following:
Choose the destination where you want to save the generated files.
Specify a file name prefix.
Specify whether you want to export artboard content only or want to include overlapping areas as well.
Specify whether you want to export all artboards or only the ones currently selected.
Specify whether you also want to export artboard backgrounds along with the artboards.
Choose the file type to whcih you want to export. You have the option to export as BMP, JPEG, PDF, PSD, Targa, TIFF, PNG-8, or PNG-24.
Specify the export options for the file type you have selected.
Specify whether you want to also export the artboard names along with the exported artboards. You can specify a custom font, font size, font color, and canvas extension color while selecting this setting.
Click Run. Photoshop exports the artboards as files in the selected format.
Export artboards as files
Export artboards as files
Export artboards as PDF
You can export artboards as PDF documents. Follow these steps:

In Photoshop, select File > Export > Artboards To PDF.
In the Artboards To PDF dialog, do the following:
Choose the destination/location where you want to save the generated PDF documents.
Specify a file name prefix for the generated PDF documents. For example, Campaign_insurance.
Specify whether you want to export only content on the artboards or also the content in areas overlapping the artboards.
Specify whether you want to export all artboards or only the ones currently selected.
Specify whether you also want to export artboard backgrounds along with the artboards.
Specify whether you want to generate a single PDF for all the artboards in the current document, or generate one PDF document per artboard. If you choose to generate multiple PDF documents, all of those documents take the file name prefix you specified earlier.
Specify an encoding for the exported PDF documents: ZIP or JPEG. If you chose JPEG, also specify a Quality setting (0-12).
Specify whether you want to include the International Color Consortium (ICC) Profile in the exported PDF documents. An ICC profile comprises data that characterizes a color input or output device.
Specify whether you want to also export the artboard names along with the exported artboards. You can specify a custom font, font size, font color, and canvas extension color while selecting this setting.
Click Run. Photoshop generates the PDF document.
Export artboard as PDF
Export artboard as PDF
Common questions
Which color space is the best to export my Photoshop document?
sRGB is recommended when you prepare images for the web, because it defines the color space of the standard monitor used to view images on the web. sRGB is also a good choice when you work with images from consumer-level digital cameras, because most of these cameras use sRGB as their default color space.

To learn more about color spaces and settings, see Color settings.

What are export slices?
Slices divide an image into smaller images that are reassembled on a web page using an HTML table or CSS layers. By dividing the image, you can assign different URL links to create page navigation, or optimize each part of an image using its own optimization settings. You export and optimize a sliced image using the Save for Web (Legacy) option. Photoshop saves each slice as a separate file and generates the HTML or CSS code needed to display the sliced image.

To learn more, see Slice web pages.

Can I export my Photoshop document using Save for Web?
Yes. You can still use Save for Web (Legacy) option to export your assets. To export your document using the legacy export option, select File > Export > Save for Web (Legacy).

To learn more, see Save For Web in Photoshop.
Common errors and limitations
Error: Adobe Save for Web
When you are using Photoshop on macOS 10.15.x and select File > Export > Save for Web, you get an error “Adobe Save for Web Error: Could not complete this operation. An unknown error has occurred.”

To learn about the workaround, see Photoshop and macOS Catalina (10.15).

Error: Render video starts but never completes
When you select File > Export > Render Video… the process never completes.

To learn about the workaround, see Photoshop and macOS Catalina (10.15).

Error: ‘There is a problem with Generator’ occurs when launching Photoshop
The error: “There is a problem with Generator. Please quit Photoshop and try again. If the problem persists, remove any third-party plug-ins or try to reinstalling Photoshop.” may occur when launching Photoshop or using Generator-related functions.

To learn about the workaround, see Error ‘There is a problem with Generator’ occurs when launching Photoshop.

Error: Layer is empty
Layers that are empty or are not capable of rendering images cannot be rendered in the Export As dialog. These layers can be clipping masks, adjustment layers, or just layers that have no pixels in them.
Error: Image is outside of the document bounds
The Export operation was unable to render the image, because it bleeds off the canvas. Move the image such that it fits within the canvas
SVG export limitations
Text may not render as expected. For best fidelity, convert the text layer to a shape before exporting it to SVG.
Layer masks and clipping masks aren’t rendered as expected. Consider using vector masks instead for SVG export.
The background layer exports as transparent to SVG. Duplicate the background layer in the Layers panel to make it visible in the exported SVG image.

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