Photoshop does not have true 1 to 1 scaling and relies on the OS for its image scaling.
Its been one of my biggest complaints regarding PS
Can to show use what you mean by "work on template for ( Snapchat Filters )" Where to these come from or dou you create the templates? What do the the templates have in their design how are they structured. What do the filters do. What work steps are you using. All you tell us is what you are doing is not working well well for you. I have no idea what you are doing or what you should do except if you want some help read the guide lines. And follow them.
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template for ( Snapchat Filters )" it is a file which I download from Snapchat . this use for Snapchat App as a Flitter , so I used it for a long time without any problem with accuracy , why it should now to zoom on to more good accuracy ?
Perhaps a Photoshop user that uses Snapchat, their templates and their filters will be able to help you. Are you using a new template that has a different aspect ratio, size and resolution than you ever used before. Often Problems are document related things like Size and resolution can make a big difference when it come to processing a document.
Snapchat only uses video; the photo that is taken is actually a still
frame of a video. The app is constantly in video mode so that it is
(theoretically) faster either way to take a video or a still image. This
reduces the quality of the still image taken, which is further affected
by the front camera quality as well as the intended compression.
You are dealing with 90KB images at best.
Combined with 1:1 accuracy issues, its hard to work on a image like this