Script for Photoshop
Two types of scripts that can be used to create PSD for import are distributed.
Please use it because it is a convenient script.
Please download from the following page.
The following processing is performed on the Photoshop layer structure to convert it into a layer that can be imported by Live2D.
- Glue Join ( Glue (* Is not combined if * is added to the beginning of the name)
- Merge layer masks
- Combining clipping masks
- Delete path information (* 1)
* 1. "If the PSD saved in PhotoshopCC2019 includes a work path, it cannot be imported correctly."
As a countermeasure for the problem, the path information was deleted before combining.
v1.4 ( 2019/04/08)
- The processing at the time of combining has been speeded up.
- Fixed a bug that the drawing result changed depending on the processing procedure.
- Fixed an issue that could not be combined properly in Quick Mask mode.
v1.3 ( 2019/02/28)
- Fixed not to apply when the layer mask is not valid.
v1.2 ( 2019/02/25)
- As a workaround for the problem `` If PSD saved in Photoshop CC 2019 contains work paths etc., it can not be imported normally ''
The path information is deleted in advance before combining.
v1.1 ( 2014/08/23 )
- Hidden Glue Resolved an issue where a group was hidden after processing.
Remove small debris from the Photoshop layer structure.
v1.1 ( 2015/02/03 )
- In the user's environment, the Quick Mask setting is "Color the mask range"
Solved the problem that does not work properly when
- Glue The player's contents can now be removed.
- Glue Make sure that the group name and layer name are not the same.
* Glue If the group name / layer name is duplicated, the drawing of one layer will be deleted.
- Please use it after applying Live2D_Preprocess script.
- Drag and drop the script file into the gap next to the tab with the file name to start processing.
- When you select a script file in Photoshop> File> Script> Browse, the process starts.
- Put the jsx file into the Photoshop script folder.
Windows: C: \ Program Files \ Adobe \ Adobe Photoshop CC (64 Bit) \ Presets \ Scripts
Mac: Applications / Adobe Photoshop CC / Presets / Scripts
Once you have placed the file in the folder, restart Photoshop.
Now you can run it from the [File] menu-> [Scripts].