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Espnetboy3Technical Question using photoshop
by on Mar 10, 2006 at 12:36:26 am

Does anyone know what this means, its a message I got when combining a picture into a new file I made. "The target document has a different depth than the source document. This may result in lower than expected quality. Are you sure you wanted to proceed.?

Another question I have was while doing work in photoshop for video (DV) should I work from NTSC DV1 720x480 from the start with a certain pixel or color profile set? I ask this because I enjooy doing matte paintings and backdrops. Im sure sometimes I would have to make the document bigger if there is a pan or something involved.
Help would be great. Thanks


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Richard HarringtonRe: Technical Question using photoshop
by on Mar 10, 2006 at 1:00:45 am

Q1 You are adding a 16 bit iamge to an 8 bit canvas

Q2 Personal choice... start bigger if you are going to move background

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Co-Author Final Cut Pro on the Spot, After Effects on the Spot, Broadcast Graphics on the Spot, and After Effects @ Work
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Espnetboy3Re: Technical Question using photoshop
by on Mar 10, 2006 at 4:23:18 am

Yes my photoshop has been switching this up on me lately. The pic I wwanted to pull into my blank document was shot with a digital camera so i suppose it was 16 bit. Thanks


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