PSD Layer Names

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Post by magick » 2006-02-14T20:18:37-07:00

ImageMagick sets the layer metadata as image attributes. In addition to width, height, colorspace, etc., we set layer-xpos, layer-ypos, layer-opacity, layer-name if available. What specific attribute are you looking for. Post a URL to one of your images so we can take a closer look.

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Post by magick » 2006-02-14T20:44:21-07:00

The layer names are saved but they are hidden. In the next point release we will make sure these attributes are available with the identify -verbose command as well as the identify -format command.

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