17 Replies Latest reply on Jan 28, 2018 5:55 PM by Nicollet

    Prompt to Rasterize EPS Files


      I recently installed the Photoshop CC 2018 update and I’m having issues with placing EPS files. Unlike CC 2017, when I place an EPS file, I get a prompt to “Rasterize EPS Format” and select  pixel dimensions. If I don’t know what dimensions I need, I just have to guess and hope that it’s large enough to not be pixelated.


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      I use EPS files often because they’re vectors. There is no visible option to not rasterize the EPS and I’ve tried looking in the settings to see if maybe there was a new setting for placing images. This prompt does not happen with SVGs and PNGs. AI files seem to work but the prompt for the bounding box/media box makes the process slightly longer.


      How can I place a file without having to rasterize, or stop this prompt from showing up?