3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 28, 2012 9:01 AM by oldenuff2c

    rasterization problem.

    oldenuff2c

      when importing illustrator files into photoshop at very high resolution, files that exceed 30,000 pixels are not rasterizing in the proper proportion. it appears there is a 30,000 pixel limitation for proper rasterizing.  if anyone has any work arounds, please advise

        • 1. Re: rasterization problem.
          Mylenium Most Valuable Participant

          Yes, PS doesn't handle images any larger than that. There are no workarounds. You can only hope to rasterize multiple artboards separately, but you still won't be able to combine them into a bigegr image.

           

          Mylenium

          • 2. Re: rasterization problem.
            c.pfaffenbichler Level 9

            Yes, PS doesn't handle images any larger than that.

            Which version of Photoshop are you referring to?

            CS5 can work with more than 30.000 pixels for either dimension but not save as psd, instead tif or psb for example.

            • 3. Re: rasterization problem.
              oldenuff2c Level 1

              Photoshop now has a 300,000 x 300,000 pixel canvas size availability.  The work around i have been using has been to use the multiple artboard method and then pasting all elements into 1 file.  This is cumbersome but workable. I was wondering if there are any other software programs out there, where the file can be imported and rasterized at a size larger than 30,000 pixels, then imported into photoshop?