I am using Photoshop CS6
I'm in the process of preparing vector graphics for an After Effects motion graphics project. I decided to use the new vector features in CS6 because I am more friendly with the PS interface than I am with Illustrator.
I've created several vector shape layers that now, after some work, now look like rasterized graphics. I'm not exactly sure what happened but I am sure I have not rasterized them myself.
Also, when I import the graphics into After Effects, it gives me no option to collapse transformations or continuously rasterize the layers.
Have I done something to rasterize the shape objects in Photoshop? New shape objects I create are vector. Do I need to start over?
Thanks for your time/
Thanks for the quick response.
All my layers do have that icon in the bottom right of the thumbnail, and I can still edit the paths with the appropriate tools.
What you see for the shape in Photoshop is rasterized, at the resolution of the document -- because that is how those shapes must appear in the document.