Image Kit will allow for quick export of all Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign layers as various image types. To select Image Kit, click
Images in the top navigation menu of the Export Kit.
IMPORTANT: Image Kit uses the resolution settings of your document. If your project requires a higher DPI such as 150dpi - then you need to
set this in your document settings.
IMPORTANT: All layers regardless of the type are converted to images, this makes it simple to organize image sets based on individual designs.
The current supported types are:
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Step 1: Select an Image Type
Select the desired image output type using the dropdown menu. Each image type has individual options relative to the file type.
OPTIONAL: Custom Image Options
You can customize your image outputs before exporting. Each image output type will have its own personal options for exporting.
Step 2: Export Your Images
Export Layer Images and watch the magic. When complete, go to the Export Folder to view your image exports.
Learn more about how to Generate PSD to PNG, JPG and GIF Images
using different Export Kit Panels.
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