Introducing my Photoshop Script: Export PNGs for Unity!

We understand that working with Unity often requires working with textures and sprites that have power-of-two dimensions. Unity has strict requirements, and if you import a texture with a width or height that cannot be divided by 4, it might cause issues and complaints from Unity. This means that artists and designers are often forced to go through extensive preparations before exporting layers from Photoshop.

But worry no more! I have developed a powerful script that simplifies the process of exporting layers or folders from Photoshop to PNG files, specifically tailored for Unity users. Introducing my Photoshop Script: Export PNGs for Unity by!

With my script, you can easily export layers or folders by simply adding “_unity” at the end of their names. The script takes care of all the necessary adjustments and ensures that the exported PNG files have dimensions that can be divided by 4, meeting Unity’s requirements seamlessly.

Now, artists and designers can focus on their creative process without worrying about technical hurdles. My script streamlines the workflow, saving valuable time and effort. Exporting layers for Unity has never been easier!

Importing a Photoshop Script: Step-by-Step Guide

  1. Download the script file: Start by downloading the script file onto your computer. It is usually provided as a .jsx in a zip file.
  2. Locate the Scripts folder: Open Adobe Photoshop on your computer. Go to the “File” menu and select “Scripts” followed by “Browse” or “Scripts Folder.” This will open the Scripts folder location on your computer. (C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop 2022\Presets\Scripts)
  3. Copy the script file: In the Scripts folder, copy the downloaded script file from Step 1. Make sure to paste it directly into the Scripts folder.
  4. Restart Photoshop (if necessary): If you had Photoshop open during the installation process, it’s a good idea to restart the application. This will ensure that the newly added script is recognized by Photoshop.
  5. Access the script: After restarting Photoshop, go to the “File” menu and select “Scripts.” You should see the newly added script listed in the submenu.
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