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I was wondering if there was a conversion out there for going from paint.net to photoshop? I have been using paint.net for a while now, and recently got ahold of a copy of photoshop. I am interested in testing it on some of my exhisting paint.net files. Anyone know of such a thing?

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Wow good catch!!

 Directory of C:\foo

26/03/2007  01:47            21 018 foo.tga
26/03/2007  01:47         1 958 536 foo.psd

(Used Blank 800x600 canvas)

edit: see below

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File->Save As->*.tga Then open it up in potatochop (sorry, I just love calling it that. :P )

EDIT: TGA because it won't flatten your image. :D

TGA does flatten the image.

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TGA support is great because it's a very simple file format, and a lot of games and game-related tools like to use it for that very reason. (Heck, WoW uses it for saving screenshots)

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  • 16 years later...

@cmdgames2007 this thread is 16 years old. I'm sure those involved have either solved their problem or moved on by now.

 

Please don't respond to really old posts.

 

In fact, I recommend you read the forum rules: READ FIRST: The Rules (yes, you! read this!) (2013-12-21) - Forum Rules - paint.net Forum (getpaint.net)

 

 

specifically rule #11

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