I'm makeing a demo video for an iPhone app and I have a really good PSD template for an iPhone but I'm not seeing a way to move any of the layers around. The reason I need to make adjustments is because it has a nice relfection on the screen and I need to gett the footage from the video underneath the reflection. Is something like this possible?
Is this a Photoshop question? You can rearrange the layers in Photoshop. Also, if you import your Photoshop file as a composition and there are layers in the PSD then you will end up with a comp with multiple layers. Each of these can be moved. I would suggest choosing the option to retain layer sizes when you import as a composition.
If you're importing as a composition and you only get one layer then the PSD either contains layer groups and these groups are importing as nested comps or is NOT RGB. Let us know if this does not solve your problem.
When I import the .psd into AE it comes out as one layer. I tried taking all of the layers out of the main folder in PS but it still comes out as one layer in AE. Here's a couple of screenshots of the layers in PS and how it comes out in AE.
To recap what I'm tring to do, I'm trying to get the screen cap video underneathe the reflection layer.
I saved the reflection layer as a seperate file and tried to lay it over the iPhone seperately but it covered up the camera and ear speaker.