Artwork courtesy of Pablo Munoz Gomez

Substance Painter now with Photoshop export!

Jeremie Noguer on September 15 2016 | News, Software

The 2.3 version brings a full Photoshop export path from Substance Painter. Layers, masks and blending modes can now be transferred to Photoshop and each individual channel is exported in its own PSD

 

Although we believe Substance is the future of texturing, Adobe Photoshop remains the pivot of many artists' toolboxes and we felt having a consistent way to build PSD out of Substance Painter projects would help artists harness the full potential of their toolset and make sharing or delivering assets made with Substance Painter easier.

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Photoshop Export 

 

Full Photoshop export means that all layers, folders, masks and blending modes can now be transferred to a Photoshop document with pixel perfect matching.

Each individual channel is exported in its own PSD to maintain the color space and bit depth of the original Substance Painter project.

Wes McDermott explains the export process and how to get the best out of this new export feature in this quick video tutorial:

Besides the Photoshop Export, this release brings with it several other highly requested features such as Custom Padding at export time, Custom Usage Mapping, an Improved Light Baking filter, a new clay shader and tons of fixes! See the full release note.

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