I'm working on a large format presentation and I'm creating background files that are 7680px across.
These are then being split in to three sections and re-arranged with the left & right sections sitting under the centre to be used as a background file in Keynote.
This is then being put back by the media servers before being projected on to a huge screen. I'm wondering if this can be automated with either a script or nesting artboards? I'm currently using After Effects and compositions to generate the output put this seems like an unnecessary step as I probably need to do it 2-300 times!
I've cracked it. One PSD with the split layout (picture 2) made up of the long psd placed inside (linked) with masks. Each time I save the long strip the Split layout updates so I can export jpegs. I should have spent a bit longer tinkering before asking the internet.