I edited my raw image in Photoshop CS6, selected 'Save As', and changed the file type from .psed to .jpg. I also selected 12 and large file when the window popped up, concluding my 'saving as'. My computer does not recognize the file type and won't open them. Can someone help me? Thanks!
I renamed the file Cornett.1 (do you think that the '.' and then '1' made my computer think I was naming the file type '1'?) I only specified .jpeg by selecting .jpeg in my drop down box of options, beside file type. I did these the other day, so they've already been closed. Do you think I have to redo all 20 files? Thanks.
When naming files, stick to the letters of the ENGLISH alphabet, numbers and underscores. Do not use illegal characters like apostrophes, commas, asterisks, ampersands, hatch or pound signs, diacritics or accented characters, slashes, etc.
While the period (dot) is not an illegal character per se, your file names should have only one period and that should always be followed by the file type extension.
EDITED typo: se
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